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Business aircraft utilization has made a recovery from its Covid-19-induced low in April that can best be described as a reversed square root symbol.
Due to a runway repair, relighting, and renaming project, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport has closed its secondary runway through October 31.
NTSB docket on a 2019 crash of a Citation Latitude paints a detailed account of an unstable approach that led to a botched landing and runway excursion.
There were no fatal accidents involving EASA-member-state-registered, non-commercial complex (NCC) business airplanes last year, according to a study.
The FAA's move to approve a new extension on existing crew training and checking will help charter pilots and operations.
The Exim-guaranteed loan, for Embraer's business jet facility in Melbourne, Florida, will support $211.4 million in export sales.
The upgraded Pilatus PC-12 NGX has received type certification from Transport Canada, and dealer Oriens handed over the first NGX in the UK.
While deliveries of new civil helicopters collapsed, OEMs were buoyed by their military business.
Textron Aviation reported a $66 million loss and 50 percent drop in Citation deliveries to 23 in the second quarter.