Logistics, Airline Companies Invest In Volocopter Air Taxi

By Graham Warwick Feb 21, 2020
A logistics division of German rail operator Deutsche Bahn and a venture fund established by Japan Airlines have joined Volocopter’s Series C funding round.
Aerospace

More Changes Ahead In FlightSafety’s C-Suite?

By Fred George Feb 21, 2020
Berkshire Hathaway’s top management shake-up at FlightSafety International (FSI) appears to go far beyond replacing David Davenport with Textron Aviation executive Brad Thress as head of the subsidiary.
Business Aviation

Bizav Industry Tackling Major Issues, Leaders Say 

By Molly McMillin Feb 21, 2020
Concerns about the FAA’s controversial Organization Designation Authorization (ODA), under which the FAA delegates certification work to manufacturers, has created a lot of misinformation. 
Business Aviation

Gulfstream To Expand Operations In Dallas-Fort Worth Area

By Molly McMillin Feb 20, 2020
Gulfstream Aerospace is expanding operations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with the construction of a $35 million service center at Fort Worth Alliance Airport. 
Business Aviation

Cirrus SF50 Vision Jets Return To Service Following Grounding

By Molly McMillin Feb 20, 2020
The fleet of Cirrus SF50 Vision Jets has largely returned to service following grounding of the global fleet by the FAA after a cabin fire on an SF50 during ground operations damaged the aircraft, Cirrus reports.
Business Aviation

Business Jet Deliveries Rise At Embraer In 2019

By Molly McMillin Feb 20, 2020
Embraer has announced that 2019 deliveries of 109 business jets, including 62 light jets and 47 large jets, were up from 91 business jet deliveries in 2018.
Business Aviation

Sounding Board: Five Minutes With Timothy Obitts, NATA President, CEO 

By Molly McMillin Feb 20, 2020
Timothy Obitts was named National Air Transportation Association president and CEO in February. Obitts joined NATA in 2014 and previously served as chief operating officer. He formerly served as managing partner with the Washington, D.C. law firm of Gammon & Grange, where he worked with many nonprofits and trade associations. 
Business Aviation

Boeing Promotes Washington State Tax Change In WTO Settlement Effort 

By Michael Bruno Feb 20, 2020
Potential lawmaking in Washington state that dials back tax savings that Boeing has enjoyed for nearly two decades could be a key catalyst for Airbus, Boeing, Europe and the U.S. to finally reach a cease-fire in their long-running airliner subsidy disputes.
Air Transport

Study Sees Cargo As Opportunity For Advanced Aerial Mobility

By Graham Warwick Feb 20, 2020
A National Academies study of advanced aerial mobility requested by NASA concludes the commercial cargo market is likely to be an early adopter of autonomous air vehicle technology for rural cargo operations, including “middle mile” distribution and “last mile” package deliveries. 
Defense and Space

Bizjets, Piston Deliveries Rise In 2019; Turboprop Shipments Fall

By Molly McMillin Feb 19, 2020
Deliveries of business jets and piston aircraft rose in 2019, while turboprop deliveries declined compared to 2018, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association.
Business Aviation

Airlines Offer Charters To Help Get China Back To Work

By Bradley Perrett Feb 19, 2020
Chinese airlines on Feb. 18 began widely promoting charter services to get people back to work, supporting a government policy to restart national production amid the Wuhan virus epidemic.
Air Transport

Textron Aviation Picks Four Cessna Pilot Centers For Top Hawk Program

By Molly McMillin Feb 18, 2020
Textron Aviation has named four Cessna Pilot Centers to its 2020 Top Hawk Program, which partners training aircraft with top pilot training programs in the U.S.
Business Aviation

BAE Systems Flies PHASA-35 HAPS In Australia

By Tony Osborne Feb 18, 2020
BAE Systems has flown the first full-scale prototype of its PHASA-35 solar-powered high-altitude pseudo-satellite unmanned air system in Australia.
Defense and Space

After Rail Sale, Bombardier Sets Course As Bizjet-Only Manufacturer

By Michael Bruno Feb 18, 2020
Bombardier will specialize as a business aviation manufacturer after agreeing to sell its train division to Alstom of France for $4.2-4.5 billion in cash, Michael Bruno, michael.bruno@aviationweek.com Bombardier will specialize as a business aviation manufacturer after agreeing to sell its train division to Alstom of France for $4.2-4.5 billion in cash.
Air Transport

Asia Jet Partners Receives Its AOC from CAA Malay

Feb 15, 2020
Asia Jet Partners Malaysia, based in Kuala Lumpur, has obtained its aircraft operating certificate from the Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia. The…
Business Aviation

TruNoord Delivers Second Of Two Dash 8-400s to Philippine Airlin

Feb 15, 2020
TrueNoord, a regional aircraft lessor, has delivered the second of two new Dash 8-400 aircraft on long-term lease agreements to Philippine Airlines…
Business Aviation

Silver Air Adds Hawker 4000 To Florida Flee

Feb 15, 2020
Silver Air, a charter operator and aircraft management company, has added a Hawker 4000 to its fleet. The aircraft is based in South Florida at Miami…
Business Aviation

Jet Aviation Vienna Roundtable Sets Record

Feb 15, 2020
Jet Aviation’s Vienna Roundtable drew record attendance this year with more than 30 operators and nearly 300 executives attending the annual…
Business Aviation

AirborneHydroMapping Adds P2012 Traveller For Special Missions

Feb 15, 2020
AirborneHydroMapping GmbH is adding a Tecnam P2012 Traveller converted as a special mission platform for aerial mapping. The control lines have been…
Business Aviation

Million Air To Open El Paso FBO

Feb 15, 2020
Million Air is opening a new fixed based operation at El Paso International Airport in Texas. It is the fifth Million Air location in Texas and the…
Business Aviation

Clay Lacy Aviation Partners With World Kinect For Sustainability Program

Feb 15, 2020
Clay Lacy Aviation has partnered with World Kinect Energy Services, a subsidiary of World Fuel Services, to develop a sustainability program to lower…
Business Aviation

HondaJet Elite Certified By Pakistan Civil Aviation

Feb 15, 2020
Honda Aircraft has earned type certification for its HondaJet Elite business jet from the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority. The HondaJet made its…
Business Aviation

Super Bowl Linked To 11% Air Traffic Hike In South Florida

Feb 15, 2020
During the Super Bowl festivities, business aviation traffic rose 37% at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport in the week leading up to the Big Game, held on Feb. 2
Business Aviation

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