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 U.S. House-approved National Defense Authorization Act includes a measure to overturn FAA's recent finding on flight training in certain aircraft.
Modern Aviation has embarked on a major expansion of its facility at Denver’s Centennial Airport.
Hawaii's Department of Transportation is making progress on a lease to continue operating Dillingham Airfield but says some issues must be resolved.
The NBAA Safety Committee has reinvented itself into a “finely tuned machine" and charted a course by releasing its top aviation safety focus areas.
Thursday’s online 2021 Business Aviation Sustainability Summit Kick-Off brought together U.S. government experts to discuss SAF production efforts.
The FAA Notam for NBAA-BACE implements a new GA program that involves registering intended departure times from certain Las Vegas airports.
Upset prevention and recovery training specialist Aviation Performance Solutions has opened its new 62,000-sq-ft HQ at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
Wisconsin-based aircraft operator and charter provider Jet Out broke ground on a new headquarters and FBO at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport.
Helicopter operator Bristow will also parter with Embraer's Eve Urban Air Mobility Solutions and has committed to purchasing up to 100 Eve EVTOLs.
The new Cirrus training, service, and sales locations will be at Kissimmee Gateway Airport and Orlando Executive Airport.