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FlightAware's September update found that fleets seven out-of-production models still have an ADS-B compliance rate of less than 7 percent.
With next week's formal opening of the Astonsky FBO, the FBO count at Europe's busiest business aviaition airport will rise to seven.
Following a fatal airplane crash caused by misfueling, NATA is offering a free website to help prevent such accidents in the future.
Business aircraft activity bounced back in September, climbing 2.4 percent year-over-year.
F/List expects to begin operations in January in leased space near Pilatus Business Aircraft in Colorado.
BBJ operators will be able to add EFVS under a new STC from Collins Aerospace.
The SJ30i first flight launched a certification test program that is expected to span 18 months and result in an amended TC.
Held throughout North America, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, the Girls in Aviation Day vents introduced girls to aerospace career possibilities.
AAR is assessing the drone technology under a 12-month agreement with Donecle, a French specialist in automated aircraft inspections.
AOPA's Nall report points to historic lows in fatal accidents, finding a notable drop in weather-related crashes.