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The G650 flew several take-offs and landings in September as part of London City Airport's evaluation of the aircraft family's steep approach capabilities. As the world awaits the G600, the G650 tries out at LCY

The Gulfstream G650 could soon become the largest, longest-range business aircraft to operate at London City. Meanwhile the all-new G600 should be type certificated soon with entry into service next year.

October 18, 2018   Full report

Since acquiring the TBM 930 last year, Mountain Lion Aviation has flown 430 hours on 300 commercial flights, carrying a total of 475 passengers. Mountain Lion demonstrates TBM 930 potential

Daher is hoping that commercial ops using its TBM 930 are about to catch on, as Mountain Lion Aviation has avoided the congested California freeways and notched up 430 hours and 300 flights since taking delivery.

October 18, 2018   Full report

Priester gears up for awards dinner with two nominations

Priester Aviation is hoping that its 75 years of experience and stellar safety record will be crowned at the prestigious awards gala hosted by The Family Wealth Alliance, which serves families across North America.

October 18, 2018   Full report

The next-gen cloud-based flight operations management solution gives operators all the functionalities of scheduling on one mobile device, available now to current Stellar Cloud FOS users and from November to beta customers. Stellar and Rockwell Collins launch next generation FOS

A new generation flight operations system is promising full function scheduling on a single mobile device, taking best advantage of its move to the Cloud earlier this year.

October 18, 2018   Full report

Flying Colours Corp increases its North American footprint

An active pre-owned market is driving demand for refurbishments and growing customer demand for top-notch interiors means there is a pressing need for more space.

October 18, 2018   Full report

FlightSafety's BE350 simulator should begin operations in April 2019 following FAA Level D qualification. Teterboro training extends to King Air 350

A new Falcon 2000LXS/900LX interchangeable simulator is scheduled to be online in the second half of next year at FlightSafety in Teterboro, while the centre is also set to have a King Air 350 sim.

October 18, 2018   Full report

Training giants join forces for Textron aircraft support

TRU Simulation and FlightSafety International have agreed to form a joint venture to deliver training to owners of Textron's expanding portfolio of aircraft, such as the Latitude, Longitude, Hemisphere, Denali and SkyCourier.

October 16, 2018   Full report

Gogo Business Aviation chalks up 5,000 installed systems

The Avance L5 system has delivered 4G streaming for video and web browsing on 28,000 flights since the start of this year. It will soon be available on 55 business jet platforms.

October 16, 2018   Full report

Great Circle Flight Services has been offering FBO services at Ted Stevens Anchorage International airport since 2005. Air Elite expands network in Alaska and Greece

Two new members have joined a global network of 72 independently owned FBOs; one of them is the first Alaskan company to sign up.

October 16, 2018   Full report

Personalised service is the order of the day for Presidential. Presidential passes Wyvern Wingman by lowering risk

Wyvern Wingman certification involves a rigorous audit that recurs every 24 months. Presidential Aviation has demonstrated once more that its operations, admin, safety, training and maintenance are up to scratch.

October 16, 2018   Full report

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