News and information on safety procedures and concerns.
Operators like Luxaviation anticipate significant savings from having all European operations under the new single EASA air-operating certificate (AOC).
Automation is increasingly a feature of modern aircraft, but what are manufacturers doing to help pilots understand how automation works?
International Airlines Group's new chief executive Luis Gallego has replaced the BA chief executive after a turbulent process of downsizing at the airline.
Helicopter insurance premiums are rising in a "hard market" that could last another two years.
Boeing, Airbus, and Embraer each have conducted studies that show Covid poses less of a risk in airliners than in other indoor settings.
NBAA's virtual Safety Town Hall reviewed lessons learned in the safe landing of a Citation II that lost both engines and honored the pilots involved.
The number of U.S.-registered business turbine airplanes involved in fatal accidents fell as a result of fewer flying hours this year due to Covid-19.
It’s one of business aviation’s most dangerous conditions, but there are ways to prevent it.
A revamped business aviation landscape will affect everyone from occasional charter users to multiple-aircraft owners.
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson’s test flight of the Boeing 737 Max 7 Wednesday met with derision from family members of those lost in crashes.