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Embraer blazes a trail with SVGS approval
September 29, 2020
The SVGS provides pilots with a dynamic perception of position, trend and motion, allowing the transition to utilising visual references and enabling the safe completion of missions during inclement weather.
Abilene and Lubbock are up to scratch for IS-BAH
September 29, 2020
Marathon believes there is mileage in the Florida Keys
September 29, 2020
Wilmington is third home to FlightSafety G280 training
September 29, 2020
The Wilmington Learning Center is FlightSafety’s third Gulfstream G280 training location and home to its fourth simulator for the aircraft. The other three G280 simulators are in service in Savannah and Dallas.
Recent private flyers expect to continue after COVID-19
September 29, 2020
Former Honeywell man Vitzthum joins Cutter Aviation
September 29, 2020
Alto sings praises of SM-1070 master controller
September 29, 2020
ZeroAvia sends hydrogen-powered Piper into the skies
September 29, 2020
Business aviation feels the pinch as holiday season closes
September 29, 2020
Bell ready to showcase ESG tech in police demonstrator
September 29, 2020
Clay Lacy promises to bring top facility to John Wayne
September 26, 2020
A new Clay Lacy facility in California will bring additional services to John Wayne airfield while providing 180 jobs across a variety of career tracks. The 15-acre leasehold will feature an FBO and 110,000 sq ft hangar.
Top executive hires could lead to supersonic spike
September 26, 2020
Well-rounded professional Campbell joins ECI leadership
September 26, 2020
Waltzing Matilda clients can arrive at Ronald Reagan
September 26, 2020
Waltzing Matilda Aviation can now operate into Washington DC's Ronald Reagan airport, increasing options for its customers. The company reported a strong showing in July and has seen an uptick in online demand.
US investment banker takes TBM number one thousand
September 26, 2020
James A. Hislop, the co-founder and managing director of two private equity investment firms, is the recipient of the 1,000th TBM to roll off the line at Tarbes. He describes the TBM 940's ramp appeal as ‘simply stunning’.
Ferrari drivers to fly with VistaJet and XO
September 21, 2020
VistaJet and XO have pledged to take care of every detail of the flights for the drivers of Ferrari 488 GTE and 488 GT3 cars, who race in more than 20 countries all over the world. The operator is taking precautions.
Life Link III passes the ACSF safety test
September 21, 2020
Life Link III operates nine helicopter bases in cities including Alexandria, Blaine, Brainerd, Duluth, Hibbing, Rush City and Willmar, Minnesota; and Marshfield and Rice Lake, Wisconsin. The ACSF approves of its work.
NASA launches into Airbus HCare support solution
September 21, 2020
An initial two-year contract between Airbus Helicopters and NASA will ensure that the latter's fleet of three H135 helicopters receives full support at Cape Canaveral for a variety of missions including security and EMS.
Audit pass earns Wyvern renewal for Jet Linx
September 21, 2020
PlaneSense marks a successful quarter century
September 21, 2020
Jet It founders hope to take JetClub global
September 21, 2020
Jet It is the largest fleet operator of HondaJets in North America and is on track to grow its fleet to double digits before year's end. Co-founders Glenn Gonzales and Vishal Hiremath are starting to think big.
Wheels Up's orange King Air raises hunger awareness
September 21, 2020
Wheels Up created Meals Up in March 2020 to help support the growing levels of food insecurity during the COVID-19 crisis. Its orange King Air is a flying symbol to raise awareness for food insecurity.
US Avanti owner signs up for EVO
September 15, 2020
Mid-South Services has acquired several Piaggio Avanti aircraft over the years, and has now placed a further order for a new EVO. The supplementary fuel tank makes longer trips a breeze.
Axis hopes clients will tilt towards CJ2
September 15, 2020
Axis Jet has a fleet that includes a Hawker, several Citations, two Premier Is and a number of King Airs. It is confident that a CJ2 will play a key role in meeting the ‘explosive demand’ it has encountered of late.