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Garmin GI 275 ready for rotary installations
July 6, 2020
When installed as a CDI, the Garmin GI 275 is designed to accept a variety of GPS and navigation inputs, allowing two GPS sources and two VHF navigation sources. It is designed as a simple upgrade for operators.
MySky teams up with S&P Global Platts
July 6, 2020
Europe leads the recovery according to latest stats
July 6, 2020
In Europe the business aviation recovery rate in the second half of June has been stronger than in any other region, although the full month activity trend still looks to be 40 per cent behind last year.
Pandemic forces NBAA to call off Florida flagship
July 5, 2020
ACE promises a formidable return in 2021
July 5, 2020
Organised by Business Air News, The ACA and Biggin Hill airport, ACE has been a hit with air charter professionals; more than 1,100 came last year. ACE 2020 is off, but a stellar comeback is forecast for 2021.
Toom to champion metrics at GlobalParts
July 5, 2020
Scott Toom has an extensive background in sales management, repair and overhaul, and data analytics. He is rejoining GlobalParts.aero having spent a spell there from 2012, and will now direct business solutions.
Becker backs AMU6500 to replace Baker panels
July 5, 2020
Air BP automation technology proves popular with operators
July 5, 2020
Air BP's cloud-based platform is the first commercially deployed system in the world to provide an engineering barrier to help prevent misfuelling. It consolidates the data related to airport fuelling operations via an app.
EAA says yes to versatile Airbus H160
July 5, 2020
Designed to perform a range of missions such as offshore transportation, emergency medical services, private and business aviation, and public services, the H160 has been certified by EASA ahead of a first US delivery.
Prime Jet satisfies FAA as it joins ACSF programme
July 5, 2020
Bombardier serious about environmental impact with 7500 EPD
July 5, 2020
Law firm puts a great case for Phenom 300E
July 5, 2020
Clients of Dunham & Jones rely on attorneys for personalised, one-on-one attention, and business aviation is the conduit to make that happen, according to its principal. D&J now operates a Phenom 100EV and a 300E.
Canadian owner gives a dozen jobs to Flying Colours
July 5, 2020
“We're delighted when a long-term customer entrusts us with a new project,” says Flying Colours executive VP Sean Gillespie of a recent Falcon 2000LXS job. “Repeat business tells us we offer range and depth of services.”
Cvejic and Sherrill acquire CRS controlling stake
July 5, 2020
Gulfstream hails entry-into-service of 200th G280
July 5, 2020
NATA celebrates fifty certification sign-ups
July 5, 2020
The Safety 1st Clean self-certification process allows FBOs to highlight their conformance by displaying the Safety 1st Clean logo. NATA is very pleased that 50 companies have self-certified since the June launch.
NBAA pleased to see SFAR extended for three months
July 5, 2020
Jet Linx links up with JSSI for parts procurement
July 5, 2020
Honeywell forges ahead with platform updates
July 5, 2020
Daher brings Kodiak support in line with TBM
July 5, 2020
There is no better time to purchase the Kodiak 100, says the airframer's CEO Nicolas Chabbert. The aircraft is now covered by Daher's maintenance programme and can be bought for $6,000 a month in year one.
It's all-go according to Gogo flight tracker
June 30, 2020
Embraer delivers first converted Praetor to customer
June 30, 2020
Swept winglets were installed and the placards and logos were replaced to officially convert a Legacy 450 into a Praetor 500, thanks to the work of Embraer Services & Support at Bradley, Connecticut.
Touring specialist Perez integral to Victor North America
June 30, 2020
Bobby Perez, Victor's North America executive VP, has specialist experience in fulfilling complex charter requirements, formerly managing YoungJets' top tier artists including Rihanna's 777 tour and Bacardi Triangle.
World first Global 5500 enters service in Switzerland
June 30, 2020
The successful entry-into-service of the Global 5500 business jet at this time demonstrates Bombardier's resilience and the efforts of its employees, as its workforce had to navigate the effects of the global pandemic.
Luxaviation prepares thorough safety stamp with Socotec
June 30, 2020
Socotec, a testing, inspection and certification company, is assisting Luxaviation so that it can re-enter the market while keeping clients safe. With in-house FlySkills, a hygiene certification programme has been created.
Two years in the business for Planet Nine
June 30, 2020
Planet Nine Private Air was one of the first private charter companies to fly into Tahiti during the crisis. As it marks its two-year anniversary, it now has 10 aircraft available for charter including Gulfstreams and Falcons.