News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Business aircraft flights in North America and Caribbean last month dipped 0.5 percent YOY, as gains in jets were more than offset by turboprops.
Insurance and crew training, such as the Loft programa are key areas where Aviaa has targeted to build economies of scale for its members, Aviaa said.
Twenty-eight-year Textron Aviation veteran Brad Thress retires, resulting in new senior leaders for customer support and parts and programs.
The Subaru Bell 412EPX contract builds on Astronautics' contract to provide Badger Pro+ displays for new production Bell 412EPXs and 429s.
Pilots should tread carefully when asked to provide the FAA with documentation to facilitate review of medical conditions of potential aeromedical concern.
Duncan Aviation's Aaron Hilkemann will move into semi-retirement while Jeff Lake takes over as president.
VistaJet will serve as an official supplier of private jet travel to the Scuderia Ferrari race team.
Bombardier is projected to deliver about 154 business jets this year, up from 142 aircraft last year, as it continues to ramp up Global 7500 production.
The milestone was marked by a ceremony at the company's Sandpoint, Idaho headquarters.
Charter operators and providers say they are seeing a growth in numbers from a younger demographic.