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.
The helicopter manufacturer saw lower revenue and profit in second quarter 2019, mainly from a decline in its military business.
Commercial applications for unmanned aerial systems are increasing rapidly, drawing large investment from venture capitalists and spurring consolidation.
Part of the company's new mobile application, it will allow aircraft owners and jet card members the ability to sell empty seats on a per-flight basis.
Homes For Our Troops builds and donates specially adapted houses for severely injured post-9/11 veterans.
NTSB aviation safety official Dana Schulze expresses concerns that medevac, charter, and other on-demand operators don't meet some Part 121 requirements.
Following the light jet's Transport Canada certification last month, Canadian distributor Levaero has delivered the first C-registered of the type.
The gathering of industry and government leaders highlighted workforce shortages, ADS-B compliance, and small airport funding, among other issues.
The STC developed by New Zealand-based Airwork with assistance from BendixKing, will focus on Part 27 rotorcraft, starting with the AS350.
Parent company chief attributes fewer Beechcraft and Cessna deliveries to threat of tariffs, economic concerns.
Safran's progress on fixing Hemisphere's Silvercrest engine doesn't satisfy the Cessna Citation airframer.