Manufacturers continue building new models
to meet growing market demand.
Manufacturers offer ever more equipment to bring the capabilities of the office and home entertainment systems to business aircraft cabins.
Asian Aerospace Preview
Business aviation will have a high profile at
this month’s Singapore show.
The industry spins rotors for this month’s show.
An upgraded version of Bombardier’s Challenger 604 is now in flight test.
All-new engine for business jets under consideration by the French manufacturer.
Linden Blue’s all-composite twinjet made its first flight last month.
Full FAA approval for Raytheon’s midsize jet– originally scheduled for 2001–has slipped again.
Broadband for bizav
Inmarsat’s satellite launch brings in-flight
broadband closer to reality.
European air traffic management
With traffic set to double by 2020, Europe considers a new plan for ATC integration.
Flight Options unionization
The second-largest fractional reacts to
pilot union drive.
European firm plans VLJ charter
London Executive Aviation awaits delivery
of Mustang for charter use.
2005 bizav safety record
Business aviation crews performed well last year–better than in the previous year.
Stalemate on D.C. heliport
A year after submitting its security plan, the
D.C heliport awaits approval to re-open.
Lawsuit embroils two start-ups
Claims of intellectual property theft mar
European regional start-up
JetX Aviation looks for work for cast-off Continental Embraers.
The CEO who turned the Brazilian company around will leave as part of a reorganization plan.
Permanent Washington ADIZ
Before the comment period closed, operators told the FAA what they thought of the proposal.
Division at EBAA
Fractional rules polarize European association.
European frax security rules delayed
ECAC postpones decision on frax security rules.