Daher TBM 930 Enters Charter Sector »

Daher TBM 930 Enters Charter Sector

Daherís turboprop TBM 930 is seeing increasing use in charter services, the company announced at the NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition on Monday. California-based charter company Mountain Lion Aviation purchased the first 930 to see use as a charter in December 2017.

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Restored Connie Finds A Home At JFK »

Restored Connie Finds A Home At JFK

Over the weekend, drivers along Route I-495 in the Northeast got to see a vintage Constellation Starliner, freshly decked out in 1950s-era TWA livery, riding down the freeway on a flatbed. The TWA aircraft will be fitted out as a cocktail lounge adjacent to Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York.

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Piper: Deliveries Up And Growing »

Piper: Deliveries Up And Growing

Piper Aircraft delivered 65 aircraft in the third quarter of this year, its best-performing quarter since 2008, the company said at the NBAA Convention in Orlando this week. So far this year, Piper has delivered 152 aircraft, compared to 99 over the same period last year.

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Avidyne Moving On Cessna Citation Retrofits »

For some owners of earlier Cessna Citation jets, flying an LPV approach is all but a dream because their older avionics just don't have the capability. Avidyne is working to change that with an STC... More

Boeing Business Jets Delivers First BBJ MAX »

The first BBJ MAX 8 has been delivered, Boeing Business Jets announced at NBAA-BACE on Monday. The aircraft is the first of the MAX line to go to a customer. To commemorate the delivery, the... More

FlightAware Tallying ADS-B Compliance »

An accurate tally of the number of U.S. active aircraft equipped with ADS-B is now available thanks to the flight tracking app FlightAware. More

Wheels Up Expanding »

Wheels Up, an audacious entrant to the charter aircraft market six years ago, has hit the billion-dollar mark in business value and is expanding its business model. More

Aerion First Flight Set For 2023 »

Aerion Corporation says it will fly its AS2 supersonic business jet in 2023 and will do its first trans-Atlantic flight with the aircraft on Oct. 24 of that year, the 20th anniversary of the last... More

Textron And NetJets Sign Fleet Agreements »

Textron Aviation announced two new fleet agreements with NetJets at the National Business Aviation Association Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) on Monday. The agreements give... More

NASA: ISS Flights To Resume Next Year »

Starting next year, U.S. astronauts will no longer have to hitch a ride from Russia to reach the International Space Station, says NASA—both a SpaceX rocket and a Boeing spacecraft will... More

 

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Maximum Flight Review

Maximum Flight Review »

If the FAA can’t assure our skills always meet the checkride standards, at least it can see that we regain nominal proficiency once every other year. So the question is, since you’re stuck with a flight review anyway, would you rather... More

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Seeing The Invisible

Seeing The Invisible »

Air behaves like a fluid when flowing around mountains, buildings and treelines. To help visualize what the wind is doing, think about water. More

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ALSIM OPENS NEW DEMO CENTER AND SIM LAB IN FLORIDA, USA

ALSIM has once again expanded its presence in North America with a new joint Alsim/Cirrus Aviation demonstration center and simulation lab in Florida.

Replay of FAA webinar on the HEMS weather tool

Our FAA webinar was attended in record numbers on October 9th. We have recorded the presentation and made it available for the public.

From Embraer to Pro Star Aviation - New GM

New Hampshire's own, Pro Star Aviation (KMHT), welcomes former Embraer General Manager (GM) to take over day-to-day management operations for the busy business & corporate aviation service company.