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Global business aircraft activity continued its post-Covid-19 recovery last month, with traffic down 30 percent from year-ago levels, said WingX Advance.
The Air Charter Expo will return next year at London Biggin Hill Airport.
While the House infrastructure package is in doubt, several of the measures remain on the table for future legislation.
Axa XL, the property and casualty and specialty risk division of insurance provider Axa, has recognized Wyvern’s Safety Leader Training Course.
Private aviation spend management software provider MySky is partnering with S&P Global Platts to provide users with the latest fuel pricing data.
Business jets equipped with legacy Universal Avionics FMSs will need upgrades due to parts obsolescence issues.
Rolling restrictions, spiking coronavirus cases, and advisories against large gatherings led NBAA to cancel what would have been the 73rd edition of BACE.
Eighty Textron Aviation workers are affected in today's announcement, most of whom are in Wichita.
After a launch in mid-June NATA's Safety 1st Clean program has reached 50 members.
The approval expand's ExecuJet's Dubai MRO capabilities on the Falcon line and comes a little more than a year after Dassault acquired the facility.