Paul Bertorelli

Editorial Director

Paul Bertorelli is editor of The Aviation Consumer and AVweb.com. He is also the deputy editorial director of Belvoir Publications, which publishes Aviation Safety. He was formerly the editor of IFR. Paul's an ATP-CFII-MEI.

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Recent Stories From this Author

Video: Nextant's New G90XT Remanned King Air
October 23, 2014 At NBAA, Nextant showed off a mock-up of its new G90XT King Air C90 remanufacture. The airplane will include GE engines and a...

NBAA: Lots of Refurb Activity
October 22, 2014 GE Honda gets aggressive selling its engine and Garmin shows off mega glass for the Beechjet.

Podcast: Deer Jet's Zhang Peng on China's Expanding Bizav Sector
October 22, 2014 China's largest bizjet charter company, Deer Jet, sees plenty of room for expansion in the exploding Chinese marketplace ...

Video: Garmin G5000 Retrofit for the Beechjet
October 22, 2014 Since this spring, Garmin has been delivering the new G5000 to the OEM market, but now it's starting to offer retrofits in the...

Video: Searey Runs With the Big Dogs at NBAA
October 22, 2014 One surprise at NBAA in Orlando is that Progressive Aerodyne showed up with its cool LSA amphibian. A business aircraft?...

Video: NBAA's Take on Parade of Planes
October 21, 2014 AT NBAA in Orlando, there are some large airplanes on the show floor. How did they get them there? A midnight parade of...

With New Orders, Gulfstream Is Bullish On Growth
October 20, 2014 Between Qatar Airways and Flexjet, Gulfstream bagged 70 airplane orders just in October. And company officials say it's had a...

China's Deer Jet: Strong Growth, But No Fractionals Yet
October 20, 2014 Business and accounting practices, not to mention regulations, don't support the U.S. fractional ownership model.

Honda HF120 Engines To Go Into Citations
October 20, 2014 With certification complete and production underway, the GE Honda engine developed for the HondaJet will find a retrofit...

The Artistry of the Gear-Up Landing
October 19, 2014 If you happen to do one, somebody will probably get video of it. Doesn't that deserve some kind of award?