In this week’s episode, AIN news editor Chad Trautvetter explains the reasoning behind why two of the largest private aviation operators—NetJets and Directional Aviation—are expanding while business aircraft flying is still suffering from the effects of Covid-19; the AIN editorial team also provides highlights from the second-quarter results at several OEMS and services company: air transport editor Gregory Polek delves into Boeing and Airbus results, Chad goes over the numbers from Dassault and Gulfstream parent General Dynamics, senior editor Kerry Lynch looks at Textron Aviation’s quarter, and FBO editor Curt Epstein pores over Signature Aviation’s first half; and, finally, editor-in-chief Matt Thurber discusses the cyberattack that sidelined some aviation data services last week at Garmin.
- Air Transport Perspective
- Aviation International News
- Business Jet Traveler
- BJT Waypoints
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