In this week’s episode, senior editor Curt Epstein discusses what NBAA-BACE, the U.S. business aviation show slated for October 6 to 8 in Orlando, would look like if it is indeed held, news editor Chad Trautvetter shares highlights of traffic data that shows a promising recovery for business aviation, Washington, D.C. editor Kerry Lynch talks about a new FAA proposal for pilot record keeping that has caught the ire of corporate flight departments, editor in chief Matt Thurber gives an overview of accident reports on the May Pakistan International Airlines A320 crash and September 2018 crash of a Falcon 50, and senior editor Charles Alcock compares the different ways Lufthansa and Qantas are trying to emerge intact from the Covid-19 pandemic.
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