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.
Business aircraft flying in the U.S., Canada, and Caribbean last month ticked up 1.2 percent from August, but is down 16.6 percent year-over-year.
The U.S. District Court dismissed a lawsuit by NBAA and airport advocates to preserve SMO on procedural and jurisdictional grounds.
Greg Hoggett has been named general manager of Bombardier Aviation's expanded service center at London Biggin Hill.
The aviation job website JSfirm said the latest Boeing Pilot and Technician Outlook underscores the strong demand for hiring will return.
ICAO has delayed the applicability date of a new global reporting format for assessing runway conditions and runway condition reports to pilots.
Astronics’ Max-Viz 1200 and 1400 enhanced vision systems have received FAA and Transport Canada approval for installation in the Airbus AS350.
NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt highlighted the need of fitnesses of duty both in the air and on the ground during NBAA's Virtual Safety week.
Despite Covid, some companies are now pushing forward and using their business aircraft more to conduct in-person meetings.
As SAF supplies continue to rise, some see the sustainable fuel in as much as 20 percent of the jet fuel consumed in North America by 2030.
Among the Beechcraft King Air models, the 360/360ER is the first to have Gogo Avance L3 as an option for in-flight connectivity and entertainment.