News and developments about airplanes, helicopters and unmanned air vehicles used in all varieties of operations, including airlines, military, business, commercial, general aviation and private.
Maintenance shop slot availability is hampering late-year business aircraft transactions in the U.S.
With Boeing Business Jets as a new member, the number of International Association of Aircraft Dealers OEM members rise to eight.
Sandhills Global aviation industry market reports show year-over-year growth in asking values for business jets, turboprops, and piston singles.
Beechcraft has handed over the first examples of its T-6C turboprop trainer to its most recent military customers—Tunisia and Thailand.
Business aircraft transactions are complex, and buyers should be seeking more, not less, due diligence when purchasing an airplane.
The DOT IG 737 Max audit, its fourth on the aircraft, will focus on the FAA's oversight of the MCAS system.
European environmental groups demanding a ban on all private jet flights this week tried to disrupt airports in the UK, Italy, and the Netherlands.
This week the Civil Aviation Administration of China issued type certificates to ATR and Embraer, as Boeing's 737 Max remains grounded in the country.
According to Boeing's World Air Cargo Forecast, air cargo traffic will double over the next 20 years due to growth in e-commerce and supply chain needs.
Just weeks after its reveal, the HondaJet Elite II light jet has received approval from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.