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The planned launch of a SpaceX rocket with a crewed Dragon capsule has prompted a pair of TFRs that will close off sections of Central Florida’s airspace.
As business aviation operators look to function in the Covid-19 era, they will have to adapt to many changes from the environment they once knew.
The former LightSquared telecom network is accused of GPS interference again, but this time under a new company name, Ligado Networks.
The company is offering the disinfectant service at its Hong Kong and Macau facilities with plans to expand it to off-site customers.
For those still flying, or about to restart, the world has changed from pre-Covid-19 days.
The International Business Aviation Council has turned to virtual audits for IS-BAO and IS-BAH certifications.
AFV Partners' purchase of Aircraft Performance Group will open opportunities for technological developments in flight planning and operations.
Passengers on a charter flight from the UK to France were denied entry at Marseille Airport, highlighting the complexity of current travel restrictions.
An arson attack destroyed the cockpit of an Erickson Air Crane on station in Chile.
The European Union's external border will be closed to most non-citizens for at least 30 days, but flight crew will still be allowed entry.