News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Belen Regional Airport in New Mexico is proceeding with its long-planned new general aviation terminal.
Flying at Flexjet has doubled over the past three weeks as the fractional provider recovers post-Covid-19, while sale inquiries are "off the charts."
The March acquisition of Sky Night gave flyExclusive three Gulfstream GIV-SPs and the ability to expand its international flying to Europe and Asia.
Luxaviation UK co-founder George Galanopoulos is taking on the CEO duties, in addition to serving as European head of charter for the Luxaviation Group.
In its educational campaign against illegal charter, the FAA released a letter outlining potential traps that could lead to unauthorized flights.
The coronavirus pandemic is exacerbating what had been a challenging marketplace for the aviation insurance industry.
MySky's founders say that artificial intelligence can deliver financial transparency to private aviation, which is wasting 20 percent of its cost base.
The FAA extended earlier exemptions surrounding Part 135 air carrier crew training and checking requirements at the request of NATA.
FSF is using remote monitoring and video conference to keep BARS program moving forward during Covid-19 pandemic.
Tom Chatfield is CEO of Camber Aviation Management and Markus Haggeney secretary-general of FAI.