Aviation International News
- This month features our annual overview of the pre-owned aircraft market, with some telling insight into a dynamic, fast turning market. And to help pay for that purchase - or any other aircraft purchase - we also have some deep insight into aircraft finance. That’s another aspect of the business aviation industry that is constantly fluctuating, and the experts we talked with have some observations that cut across a lot of areas of concern.
- This issue also includes a pair of pilot reports from near both ends of the general aviation range of performance. At the top levels, Editor in chief Matt Thurber samples Embraer’s new Praetor family of large-cabin jets. Then he shifts gears to strap into a diesel-powered version of Piper’s PA-28 Archer, long a mainstay of the global training fleet.
- You’ll also find expert analysis of the Indonesian Boeing 737 Max tragedy and the ongoing turbulence it has generated in the air transport industry. And coverage of the Bombardier Safety Standdown includes information on data collection, security, FAA strategy for working with the industry, and candid insight from the NTSB’s John DeLisi.