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Toronto Airport is going ahead with plans requiring business/general aviation aircraft to obtain reservations for all arrivals and departures.
Passage occurred as the latest stopgap funding measure was set to expire.
The fractional aircraft provider received its second of six of the light jets in its initial order, one year after the arrival of its first.
Aerion’s AS2 supersonic business jet is more than a needle-nose concept whose time has finally arrived.
The French airframer's 2019 seminars will be held in eight cities in Europe, North and South America, and Asia.
With the exception of fixed-wing pistons, the percentage of the in-service fleet for sale is now below 10 percent across the board.
Operators of newer EASA-certified large airplanes and large helicopters are now required to phase out the use of Halon as an onboard fire extinguisher.
Bombardier delivered 137 bizjets last year, down one from 2017, and expects to hand over 150 to 155 this year as it ramps up production of its Global 7500.
Open 24/7, the facillity which employs more than 70 technicians, can accommodate up to 15 large cabin aircraft.
The addition of an Americas office brings Vertis Aviation's network to four offices around the world.