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.
NBAA's just concluded three-day Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference in Nashville drew a record number of attendees.
The first two production G700s broke 25 speed records during Gulfstream's just-completed world tour of the new ultra-long-range twinjet.
ICAO has revised its North Atlantic operations and airspace manual, and flight planner OpsGroup is helping pilots make sense of the changes via a summary.
Runway excursions account for one-third of business aircraft accidents and, barring mechanical issues, are preventable.
Charter availability is still difficult as several factors, such as industry consolidation, new flyers, and workforce issues, squeeze the market.
A 33-year-old Detroit man who opened fire on state police helicopter was fatally shot by officers on the ground.
After two years of construction, the unique Embassair FBO at Miami Opa-Locka Executie Airport is ready for its debut.
The FAA has extended the deadline for comment on its NPRM for mandatory safety management systems to April.
The temperature was below freezing and snow was falling when a Phenom 300 crashed on takeoff from Utah's Provo Municipal Airport on January 2.
Despite a decline in deliveries of Bell military helicopters last year, the company delivered 176 civil helicopters in 2022, up from 156 the prior year.