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.
The HondaJet is now type certified in 13 countries.
Jetex has signed an agreement to manage the Falcon Aviation FBO and hangar at Dubai’s Al Maktoum International Airport.
FAA will develop the capability for automated real-time broadcasts in the cockpit of the status of military operations areas, other special-use airspace.
Wayman Luy, who spent 16 years as a TBM mentor and factory demo pilot and 20 more at Wayman Aviation Academy, is now Daher director of training, standards.
Northrup, the first female to be selected for the federal air surgeon post, has held numerous leadership roles, including as acting deputy FAS.
Weathervane Aviation Services in Massachusetts operated 1,400 illegal charter flights, the FAA alleges.
A cross-section of aviation groups issued an open letter to EU member states, urging further collaboration in a number of areas for drone integration.
Tamarack Aerospace is sponsoring a fly-off between a Cessna CitationJet modified with the company’s active winglets, and an unmodified CitationJet.
The Universal Avionics Hawker 800XP InSight flight deck upgrade adds new life to a popular business jet.
Kaman's optionally piloted vehicle module for the K-Max helicopter will enter ground and flight testing during the first half of 2021.