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Business aviation in Nevada

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The King Air will be kept in a dedicated air ambulance configuration, capable of transporting all types of patients from neonates to adults.

Revv and OptimuM Air forge collaboration

More than 550,000 patients in the United States are transported via air ambulance every year, according to the Association of Air Medical Services. Revv and Optimum Air are seeking to establish some market share.

May 15, 2023   Full report

Service is a key priority for Banyan.

Banyan maintains position as top Lauderdale FBO

As the number one FBO in the US, Banyan Air Service at Fort Lauderdale serves FAA Part 91 operators of turbine powered aircraft with excellent service and has become a one-stop shop for business aviation.

May 8, 2023   Full report

The Longitude is a welcome arrival.

Las Vegas operator continues to thrive in Miami

In addition to the new base, Thrive Aviation has also taken delivery of its fourth Cessna Citation Longitude aircraft, which is now available for charter and brings the operator's core fleet of charter aircraft to 16.

May 8, 2023   Full report

Aerocor brings in Pearson for Eclipse 500 tuition

With a background as a military pilot, FAA safety Inspector, professor of Aviation at William Jessup University, and co-founder of Mach 5 Aviation Flight School, Dennis Pearson brings a wealth of experience to Aerocor.

May 1, 2023   Full report

At the official ribbon cutting for the  April 4, 2023 inauguration of CAE Las Vegas business aviation training centre are: Clare Doherty - Director, Government Relations & Washington Operations, CAE; Ash Zare, Las Vegas Center Leader, CAE; Alexandre Prevost, VP Business Aviation and Helicopter Training, CAE; Tom Burns, Executive Director of the Nevada Governor's Office of Economic Development; Marc Parent, Chief Executive Officer, CAE; Chris Rocheleau, Chief Operating Officer, NBAA; and Samantha Golinski, Vice President – Public Affairs & Global Communications, CAE.

Phenom 300E FFS joins the CAE Las Vegas roster

In response to increased demand for business aviation training, CAE's Las Vegas facility will train over 2,500 pilots annually to help grow the U.S. pilot pipeline and keep customers flying.

April 11, 2023   Full report