This website uses cookies
More information
Site Filter — Worldwide / All Aircraft
The latest business aviation news

Use the site filter at the top of the page to focus the news by world region and aircraft category.
Or find exactly the news you need with our...

Hillsboro paves the way for EU pilots to train in US
November 22, 2020
Between a parallel training path forged between HAA and RotorSky, and lower hourly costs, students may save as much as 30 to 40 per cent, as well as being able to launch their careers immediately upon return to Europe.
Work from home initiatives mean aircraft stay grounded
November 22, 2020
Piston sales are resilient this year as jets decline
November 22, 2020
Shipments this year so far, when compared to 2019, saw piston deliveries increase 1.4 per cent, with 889 units; turboprop deliveries decline 27 per cent, with 254 units; and jet deliveries decline 26.7 per cent (378).
Magellan works to implement absolute Four Seasons safety
November 22, 2020
Duncan pays tribute to Provo design team
November 22, 2020
It is coming up for one year since Provo lead designer Molly Foster joined Duncan Aviation. Since then, she has overseen a number of exciting design projects for the company, including a highly unusual G550 livery.
Flight training specialist McCready joins ARGUS
November 22, 2020
Mike McCready is an established aviation professional. While at Jeppesen, he created Jeppesen Operator, a software designed to bring safety and efficiency to aviation operations. He also spent time at Jet Aviation.
West Star predicts Forehand will smash it in Tennessee
November 22, 2020
Mike Forehand was maintenance planner, customer service representative, maintenance sales manager, director of maintenance and production manager with Embraer, which will serve him well for his new role.
Genesys says AS350 operators will be tempted by EFIS
November 22, 2020
The large-format, 10.4 in or 26.4 cm IDU-680 and smaller form, 6.4 in or 16.25 cm screen diagonal, IDU-450 can integrate with radios such as the Genesys digital radio, traffic systems and datalink weather.
NATA reshuffles staff to prepare for next ten years
November 22, 2020
NATA's Megan Eisenstein is promoted to MD of industry and regulatory affairs and Jake Legere is director of marketing and comms. Karen Huggard (industry relations MD) and Christy Poppy (events) have also joined.
Western installs aftermarket Gogo L3 in PC-12
November 22, 2020
Three Sovereigns prepare to thrive for Vegas operator
November 22, 2020
By the end of Q4 2020, Thrive Aviation will boast 11 Cessna Citation jets. Three Sovereign+ are currently going through interior and exterior overhauls, including paint to match Thrive's flagship livery design.
Jet Linx says Silverman can set the gold standard
November 22, 2020
With over 30 years of experience as a leader in the business aviation industry, Ron Silverman brings to Jet Linx his passion for customer service and an understanding of the market that will further Jet Linx's initiatives.
Fighter pilot appreciates light props on the MU-2
November 22, 2020
Intercontinental Jet Service Corp's first installation under a new STC with Hartzell on Mitsubishi aircraft was on a MU-2 owned by Jay Consalvi, a Colorado-based ex-Navy fighter pilot. Installation saves 17 pounds per engine.
Helimedic to introduce US membership schemes next year
November 22, 2020
Air ambulance operators often set their own prices. Helimedic will operate a programme that includes emergency transports in its membership fee and guarantees no charge to members for additional transports.
Bye enters next production wave with Safran motors
November 22, 2020
The ENGINeUS 100, which will equip the Bye Aerospace eFlyer 2 and eFlyer 4, is said to deliver very high performance and features a fully integrated motor controller within the machine.
Spirit levels up with hangar at Columbus International
November 22, 2020
Operating in a hangar facility with over 120,000 sq ft of hangar space and featuring tall and wide opening doors, Spirit Aeronautics can now accommodate VVIP aircraft such as the BBJ, ACJ or regional airliners.
SkyTrac explores possibilities with Scandinavian
November 22, 2020
The SA Group's global presence will enable SkyTrac to explore core segments such as unmanned, military, helicopters and business aviation. Its offerings include STC development and installation kit manufacturing.
AviationManuals guide tackles problematic plans
November 22, 2020
According to the FAA, over 80 per cent of A056 applications fail because the equipment of the aircraft does not match what is being claimed and filed on the flight plan. AviationManuals has released a free how-to guide.
Journey brings another long range jet into the fold
November 22, 2020
With a 3,000 nm range, the Falcon 2000 is said to be an ideal choice for both business and leisure travel across the Americas. It is is equipped with a forward galley, microwave, oven, domestic Wi-Fi and Airshow.
Thora arranges leaseback for EC135 EMS trio
November 16, 2020
Leased by Texas' Apollo MedFlight, three Airbus EC135 rotorcraft have been acquired by Thora Capital. The helicopters will be used in Nebraska for both emergency and non-emergency medical transport.
Stamoules crowned as King Air 360 launch customer
November 16, 2020
Stamoules Produce Company is a family-owned business based in the San Joaquin Valley of central California, often referred to as the cantaloupe centre of the world. It selected the King Air 360 as its first ever aircraft.