Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson

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Aura 100 UAV A Potential Winner

Parcel delivery by unmanned air vehicle is capturing the imagination of UAV manufacturers and the shopping public alike, prompting a multiplicity of start-up projects. In an already crowded field, AGC Managing Partner Alexander Ostrovoy believes he has a winner.

Gulfstream G700 Mockup Almost As Complex As The Real Thing
It was three years ago that Gulfstream approached JBRND with a commission to construct a traveling demonstration fuselage.
Gulfstream G700 Mockup Almost As Complex As Real Thing 
It was three years ago that Gulfstream approached JBRND with a commission to construct a traveling demonstration fuselage.
Japan Olympics: Coordination Procedures for Nonscheduled Flights
Representatives of airports most directly associated with peak traffic flow are on hand at Las Vegas this week to explain the coordination procedures for nonscheduled flights.
Houston Spaceport at Ellington Airport Signs Agreement For FSI
Joint ventures are very much in FSI’s business plan, typified by the new partnership with Textron Aviation – embracing Beechcraft, Cessna and Hawker -- which came into effect on April 1.
Traveling Light: BACE Debut for New Commuter
Designed, styled and built in Italy, the P2012 Traveller is a nine-passenger, piston twin with which Cape Air will re-equip most of its fleet, providing links to 35 destinations across the Northeast, Cape Cod and the islands, the Midwest, eastern Montana, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands.
Acquisitions and Initiatives Come Thick and Fast at Wheels Up
High-flying plans for its high-flying fleet, as acquisitions and initiatives come thick and fast at Wheels Up.
Acquisitions, Initiatives Come Thick And Fast At Wheels Up 
High-flying plans for its high-flying fleet, as acquisitions and initiatives come thick and fast at Wheels Up.
Business Props and Turboprops About to Enter the Marketplace
Isn’t that just typical? You wait more than half a lifetime for an electric conversion of the Cessna 337 Skymaster – then two come at once. Here's our roundup of that and other new aircraft entering the market.
Pilatus Reveals PC-12 NGX At NBAA-BACE 6
The upgraded turboprop has been in development for more than three years, with flight testing having started in December 2017.
ADS-B: The FAA is Ready – Are You?

The final two of 155 airports to receive ADS-B, Akron-Canton Airport and Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport, both in Ohio, became operational last month. “This brings the operational rollout of ADS-B baseline services to a successful conclusion, on schedule and within budget, well in advance of January 1, 2020, the date by which aircraft flying in certain, controlled airspace must be equipped with the technology,” says the FAA.

Third Time Lucky for Civil Herky-Bird
While the Lockheed Martin C-130 Hercules airlifter is writing history, its civil counterpart, the LM-100J, is busy rewriting it.
Embraer Brings the KC-390 To Paris
Having brought the second KC-390 tanker-transport to the 2017 Paris Air Show, Embraer returns this year with number 004, fully configured to operate with FAB, the Brazilian Air Force.
Gulfstream Demonstrates High Level Of Innovation At Paris 2
Four Gulfstream business jets grace the Le Bourget static display this week, illustrating the high level of innovation.
Stemme Sells – Growing the Surveillance Business
Since leaving the German motor glider company that continues to bear his name, Dr. Reiner Stemme has devoted his energies to utility air systems for surveillance and monitoring, generating several designs based on the sailplane formula for two related firms.
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