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.
Celebrating its centennial, AIA is launching three studies that review the past 100 years, look forward to what's on horizon and assesses next 100 years.
Honeywell Aerospace's turbogenerator will produce 30 to 50 percent fewer carbon emissions than a traditional HTS900 engine.
The Challenger 300 will support an installed base of more than 700 aircraft in Europe and the Middle East.
Suit alleges the NetJets pilot union sent hundreds of "vulgar, threatening, and malicious mailings" to the homes of Flexjet company managers and employees.
VistaJet says the integration of Osprey will provide it "even more meaningful data" to assess safety and security.
The company draws from a Las Vegas client base, but offers global mobile services that have reached as far as Australia and Siberia.
Nearly 44 percent of the 179 wake turbulence incidents in Australia occurred at Sydney Airport between 2012 and 2016, according to a new study.
The course by Mente Group, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Aero Law Group is aimed at new flight department managers.
Citing growing demand, the financing solutions provider predicts the value of new deliveries to the region will grow by 10.9 percent annually through 2028.
Toronto Airport is going ahead with plans requiring business/general aviation aircraft to obtain reservations for all arrivals and departures.