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.
Jeffries Equity Research’s 10th semi-annual business jet survey calls for 3.7 percent growth of new jet deliveries this year.
Earle Martin, who died on December 3, became a strong champion of the MU-2 after acquiring Mid-Coast Air Charter, and along with it, the turboprop twin.
The U.S. DOT Inspector General is now conducting an audit to assess the FAA’s procedures for evaluating the psychological health of commercial pilots.
Safran Electronics & Defense’s Cassiopée flight data monitoring system supports more than 300 global airline, business aviation, and helicopter operators.
This year will mark the return of the business traveler, global broker Air Charter Services predicts.
Global aviation services provider Luxaviation Group has received FlySkills Hygiene Certification under a set of defined health safety standards.
Cress Horne, who died December 18, became a noted aerial director, pilot, and technical director of films with credits including The Fugitive and Nell.
Honda Aircraft's new Greensboro, North Carolina, wing-manufacturing facility will improve manufacturing efficiency for the HondaJet.
While the U.S. business aviation activity was boosted by a strong holiday season, it still finished 14.3 percent below the previous December’s tally.
While guidance is still necessary covering locations where Covid testing is unavailable, the CDC is working to address questions about its testing order.