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.
The FAA extended earlier exemptions surrounding Part 135 air carrier crew training and checking requirements at the request of NATA.
FSF is using remote monitoring and video conference to keep BARS program moving forward during Covid-19 pandemic.
Tom Chatfield is CEO of Camber Aviation Management and Markus Haggeney secretary-general of FAI.
Incidents—rather than accidents—accounted for the vast majority of mishaps over the past decade.
Preliminary and final reports
Striving for safe owner-pilot operations is all about adopting a professional attitude to flying.
A Salute to Aviation’s Unsung Frontline Workers
Garmin Autoland is brilliantly engineered and demonstrates advancements in avionics, autonomous flight, sensor, and servo technologies.
Collins Aerospace cited a move from concierge-level service toward self-service in the decision to discontinue its International Trip Support business.
ExecuJet parent company Luxaviation has purchased the Sky Valet FBO at Paris Le Bourget Airport, Europe's busiest bizav destination.