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Summit calls on Card to direct programme management
March 5, 2021
Summit Aviation director of programme management Bradley Card has 30 years of aviation experience, including 15 as a flight engineer. He is considered a key addition as the firm looks to meet its efficiency goals.
Hubble has telescopic vision for EAP
March 5, 2021
Stephen Hubble has joined EAP as director of technical engine solutions with responsibility for sales of the company's expanding engine programmes, serving as technical liaison between customers and MROs.
CEO Murray expected to keep Skyservice in mint condition
March 5, 2021
Benjamin Murray has more than 20 years of leadership and operational experience in business aviation in North America, including roles as president and CEO of NetJets subsidiary Executive Jet Management.
Risk and safety management software will enhance PHI ops
March 5, 2021
Coruson is an enterprise risk and safety management software that delivers integrated functionality to give complete control of operational risks. PHI has opted for it in order to get ahead in risk mitigation.
Titan stamps its mark on FBO fuel network
March 5, 2021
No longer just a distributor of another company's fuel, Titan Aviation Fuels is now a standalone brand. Its FBO network will now be branded Titan Aviation Fuels. All programmes will remain in place during the transition.
Three Boer companies rebrand to Flyby Air
March 5, 2021
Executive Air Transport, Tulip City Air Service and Air Services (all Part 135 holders) have rebranded as Flyby Air in a military tribute, and are planning a new FBO at Traverse City, Michigan's Cherry Capital airport.
Frasca expands manufacturing site as demand ramps up
March 5, 2021
Bedford becomes latest base for GrandView Aviation
March 5, 2021
Jet Linx CAT services throughout aircraft ownership
March 5, 2021
Bright future for Sun Air Jets at Van Nuys
March 5, 2021
Pay-per-seat helicopter shuttle Fly Lindy launches
March 1, 2021
From June this year, Fly Lindy is aiming to offer an exhilarating experience for its passengers in its Sikorsky 76D and Bell 407 GXi helicopters. It will operate between New York City, Washington, DC and Baltimore.
Blade has got a handle on vertiports in Chicago
February 22, 2021
Blade is to have the exclusive right to offer passenger flights sold by-the-seat at Vertiport Chicago, which will be rebranded ‘Vertiport Chicago Powered by Blade’. The vertiport is located near the Downtown Loop.
Voyageur wins New Brunswick ambulance bid
February 22, 2021
Surf Air Mobility on crest of progress with Ampaire
February 22, 2021
Austin to lead the charge for Jet It in Canada
February 22, 2021
Jet It's fractional model is gaining traction, and the team has decided to make its way into Canada for its next adventure. Jeremi Austin is vastly experienced in the Canadian market and will be sharing his expertise.
Global Express and 7X come onboard at Planet Nine
February 22, 2021
In addition to adding a Global Express and a Falcon 7X, Planet Nine is also pleased to announce a new collaboration with The Culinary Institute of America, a school specialising in culinary, baking and pastry arts.
Citation XLS joins the Southern Sky ranks
February 22, 2021
Southern Sky Aviation says that it has been looking to add a Citation XLS to its fleet for some time. The new arrival joins a Citation V and a King Air 200, and benefitted from a full interior refurbishment in 2016.
Clay Lacy becomes 4AIR early adopter
February 22, 2021
Cutter expects sharp charter increase with Latitude
February 22, 2021
Mixed fleet Foresight MX will serve TVA well
February 22, 2021
Eleven H225s join Air Center Helicopters' fleet
February 22, 2021
Shell trusts PHI in the Gulf of Mexico with H160s
February 22, 2021
A PHI H160 will be based at Houma, Louisiana and join a fleet of H125s and H135s deployed in emergency medical service throughout the United States, as well as two H145s operating for Shell on pipeline survey work.
Air Methods inks substantial HCare agreement
February 15, 2021
Air Methods is the largest civil operator of Airbus helicopters globally and a leading air medical service provider, delivering lifesaving care to more than 70,000 people a year. No civil operator has more HCare coverage.