News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
EASA’s latest five-year safety plan not only addresses aviation safety issues but revives work on a European digital pilot license.
License issuances are up, AOPA's high school program is growing, and more youths are interested in the emerging aviation technologies, Bolen and Baker say.
Values on used business jets have increased an average of 10 percent a month for the past three months, one broker says.
Boeing is investing a further $450 million in its Wisk Aero eVTOL joint venture, signaling its intention to hold a significant stake in the AAM sector.
The European fractional operator also achieves "milestone" approvals from EASA.
NBAA today released guidance for its newly-launched Sustainable Flight Department Accreditation Program.
The Air Charter Association's "Fly Legal Day" declaration aims to honor soccer player Emiliano Sala, who was killed in an illegal charter flight.
The general aviation community is hoping to issue a new timeframe for a drop-in leaded avgas replacement in upcoming weeks.
Nav Canada will restrict land and hold-short operations (LAHSO) to dry runways.
Skyports has acquired Falcon Heliport, one of only two public heliports in London, and will develop it as a potential vertiport for eVTOLs.