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With predictions of the world-wide expansion of business aviation, the PlanePeople subsidiary is touting the security aspects of its global ID system.
Even will replace Guillaume Faury, effective April 1. Faury is leaving Airbus Helicopters to run Airbus's commercial aircraft division.
Rep. Brat's bill would change the reduce the mandatory U.S. ownership requirement for U.S. air carrier from 75 percent to 51 percent.
The identified focus areas represent the most critical safety-related risks currently facing business aircraft operators, said NBAA.
The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is continued to push its ATC proposal, distributing the WSJ editorial.
In today’s hyper-competitive marketplace, some OEMs have their work cut out for them if they want to keep their product lines refreshed.
This eliminates previous variability in closing the customs office prior to the TFR, while allowing enough time for Secret Service to do a security sweep.
The program covers inspections and first-year scheduled maintenance, plus operational support for qualified pre-owned aircraft.
The first reported EMAS save was in May 1999 and involved a Saab 340 that overran a runway at JFK Airport.
Daher delivered 57 TBMs in 2017, marking the second-best commercial year in the French aircraft manufacturer’s history.