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Luxaviation will manage the super midsize jet that will be based in Brussels.
The Greater Washington Business Aviation Association will host a ribbon cutting for the CBP facility during its first open house and static display at JYO.
The Professional Aircraft Appraisal Organization currently counts 120 members from about six countries.
PrivatAir Saudi Arabia (PASA) said plans are afoot to add another FBO in Riyadh, two in Jeddah, and one in Dammam.
RUAG MRO International's Geneva-Meyrin facility handles 150 maintenance and support events for the PC-12 annually.
The website recently topped the 500 aircraft milestone as more operators seek to equip for ADS-B.
Connecticut-based Global Jet Services already employs several instructors with experience on Falcon jets.
Industry leaders characterized the former Delta Air Lines executive as a champion of safety with deep industry knowledge.
ASBAA supports the regulator's decision as a move to improve safety standards.
Part 91 and 135 activity in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean both declined in February, but fractionals saw an uptick.