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Textron Aviation said the economic instability created by Covid-19 makes it difficult for customers to purchase, take delivery of, and operate aircraft.
A rumor about an imminent U.S. airspace shutdown promulgated by an aviation blogger earlier this week has been debunked by NBAA.
Gulfstream Aerospace is keeping open its production lines and other normal operations while also donating and making medical equipment.
With FBOs pumping less fuel as a result of the Covid-19 crisis, NATA has offered guidance on fueling equipment that is seeing diminished use.
Data analysts report business aviation traffic to be between 65 and 77 percent down on 2019, but fluctuations in future charter demand may be stabilizing.
FlightSafety's LiveLearning online recurrent groundschool will be available for more than 20 helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft models.
Tamarack Aerospace said the 3-D printed masks offer equivalent protection to the much sought-after N95 masks.
Leonardo pays $185 million for Kopter, as well as bonuses to owner Lynwood if certain milestones are met over the life of Kopter’s SH09 program.
Husky Corp. is still firming up its ventilator concept but hopes it could ease the country's shortage of units amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Due to Covid-19, the Canadian Business Aviation Association has canceled its annual convention and exhibit, CBAA 2020, that was planned for mid-June.