News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
The first Gulfstream G800—registered as N800G—completed its inaugural flight this morning, officially launching the flight-test program for the twinjet.
The aviation insurance market in the U.S. has been relatively stable in the first half, says Aviation Specialty Insurance president Matt Drummelsmith.
NBAA has secured a limited exemption for certain association members from the FAA requirement to begin reporting pilot records to an electronic database.
Munich Airport and Airbus are partnering to help cities and regions develop infrastructure to support advanced air mobility (AAM) services using eVTOLs.
NATA has launched the NATA Career Center, a “comprehensive resource for [aviation] industry recruitment and career development.”
Wheels Up is partnering with car rental firm Hertz to offer electric vehicles to its customers.
Aerocare gives Complete Aviation Group a foothold in the business aircraft support sector.
Daher’s latest-generation TBM turboprop single—the TBM 960—received FAA validation on Friday, with deliveries in the U.S. now pending.
The crash of an air-taxi Rockwell 690B was the only turbine airplane fatal accident last year in Canada, according to the TSB's annual report for 2021.
"Miracle on the Hudson" pilot C.B. “Sully” Sullenberger is stepping down as the U.S. envoy to Montreal-based ICAO.