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The Wichita-based maintenance tracking software provider will make its Digital Aircraft Records service available later this spring.
Colorado’s Telluride Regional Airport (KTEX) became the first location in Colorado to continually stock sustainable aviation fuel.
ACSF said the NTSB's Most Wanted recommendations will create a safer charter industry.
The sixth and final test aircraft in Gulfstream’s G700 program made its first flight yesterday.
The designation enables Gary Jet Center to perform a host of authorized maintenance on Cirrus SR-Series piston singles and the Vision Jet.
The pause on the J&J vaccination appears prudent since we must understand risk before making decisions on its use.
Several leading aviation organizations today announced the launch of the Council on Sustainable Aviation Fuels Accountability (CoSAFA).
Turbine engine maker Williams International has successfully completed a flight test of its FJ44-4 engine on 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel.
NetJets issues its first biannual report on its global sustainability program launched last October.
The U.S. DOT has released a notice and set up a website to detail the necessary steps a manufacturer/MRO must take to apply for Covid relief funds.