NBAA

NBAA Wraps Up »

NBAA is calling its 2015 convention, which ended Thursday in Las Vegas, "enormously successful" on a business and community level. On the business side, CEO Ed Bolen said there were 1,100 exhibitors in two halls of the Las Vegas Convention and the static display at Henderson Executive Airport was "sold out." More

Photo Gallery: NBAA 2015 Setup »

Watching a major aviation trade show come together can be fascinating. We thought you may enjoy a peek at these photos AVweb editor-in-chief Russ Niles snapped during the setup for 2015 NBAA Convention in Las Vegas. More

Video: Lightspeed's New Tango Wireless Headset »

At NBAA in Las Vegas this week, Lightspeed Aviation was demonstrating its new Tango wireless headset. AVweb's Paul Bertorelli got a demo and plugged in a microphone so you can hear it pop. More

Video: Diamond's New DA62 Debuts at NBAA »

At NBAA in Las Vegas, Diamond unveiled its largest and most sophisticated airplane yet, the DA62. With seating for up to seven people, good payload, and cruise speeds in the high 170-knot range on 15 GPH or less, Diamond sees a potential business role for the DA62. More

Video: Precision Flight Control's DCX Max Simulator »

Business aircraft operators are always concerned about flight proficiency and currency, and the usual way of achieving it is through simulation. At NBAA, Precision Flight Controls showed off its DCX Max, a reasonably priced sim that can be configured to simulate many kinds of aircraft, from single-engine pistons to jets. More

Daher Pushes Charter Role For The TBM 900 »

Daher has found a comfortable niche for its speedy TBM 900 as personal transportation for owner pilots, but now it would like to expand sales in both North America and Europe in the fly-for-hire segment. Charter work has traditionally been dominated by twin-engine aircraft and especially turboprops and jet aircraft, mainly because of safety perceptions. More

Podcast: Earthrounder For STEM »

Shaesta Waiz will be flying around the world via Afghanistan next year. AVweb's Russ Niles spoke with her at NBAA 2015. More

Podcast: Helping Women Succeed In Aviation »

The Institute for Women of Aviation Worldwide is trying to make it easier for women to be successful in aviation careers. AVweb's Russ Niles spoke with iWOAW President Mireille Goyer at NBAA 2015. More

Podcast: Single Pilot Safety Standdown Focuses on LOC »

The Single Pilot Safety Standdown seminar at this year's NBAA Convention focused on loss-of-control events. Tom Turner of the American Bonanza Society was part of Monday's slate of safety programming. He spoke with Paul Bertorelli about the event and currently spotlight on LOC in aviation safety. More