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The company’s Falcon 8X and Rafale will participate in the flying display at the 2019 Paris Air Show.
Wrapping up flight testing on May 22, the Savannah, Georgia manufacturer is bringing the G600 to Paris while it completes the cert paperwork.
A new software-based FMS from Universal Avionics promises to simplify avionics design and improve the user interface.
UK-based distributor urges interested parties to “commit with deposits and spec their aircraft.”
The event, first announced in April, served to introduce business aviation to local children as a career option.
The House Appropriations Committee has given its blessing to a measure that would fund aviation workforce development. It now goes for a full vote.
Garmin co-founder and chairman emeritus Gary Burrell dies at 81.
There are few hard and fast rules, so the pilot must exercise good judgment.
The maker of the TBM series of turboprops, will now have a U.S. presence with the acquistion of the Kodiak 100 airframer.
Students have the change to compete for a $5,000 price and possibility of seeing their innovations developed.