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11 Colorado high school students have received flight training scholarships through a partnership between Atlantic Aviation and Aspen Flight Academy.
Bombardier is targeting $9 billion in revenues by 2025 and 150 aircraft delivered annually as it continues to pay down debt and meet its financial goals.
New rotorcraft facility being built at Al Maktoum International Airport will expand ramp parking to 12 helicopters.
NTSB member Michael Graham stressed the importance that all small Part 135 operators adopt SMS, but said the program must be scalable.
Several recent near-collisions of aircraft operating in the airport environment prompted the FAA to issue a safety alerts for operators.
NBAA's Advanced Air Mobility Roundtable marks legislative progress and continuing goals for 2023.
Light jet operator Volato achieved more than $100 million in sales in its first full year of operation.
A weekly sustainability quiz sponsored by 4Air.
The list of prospective FBO operators at Aspen-Pitkin Airport has been narrowed from seven to three.
A Senate panel passed a bill that would set a Sept. 30, 2024 deadline for notam system upgrades and call for a task force report on improvements.