Jessica A. Salerno

Jessica A. Salerno
Executive Editor,
Business & Commercial Aviation

Jessica is Executive Editor of Business & Commercial Aviation magazine. She started as Editor of ShowNews Online, Aviation Week's on-site trade show daily published at the Paris Air Show, NBAA Annual Convention, Singapore Air Show and at other significant aerospace gatherings.
Jessica has worked in television production and management consulting. While not yet a licensed pilot, Ms. Salerno has received flight instruction and has soloed.

Esterline, NovAtel Team On GNSS Technology 
Esterline CMC Electronics and NovAtel have formed a partnership to extend their collaboration in Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) positioning technology.
Accidents In Brief, October 2017 
Selected accidents and incidents in October 2017. The following NTSB information is preliminary.
Readers' Feedback (December 2017): Letters To The Editor  1
Readers' Feedback (December 2017): Letters To The Editor
News Of Business Aviation Promotions, Appointments And Honors 
News of business aviation promotions, appointments and honors.
BCA Business Aviation Product And Service Previews 
BCA shares news of the latest products and services for the business aviation industry.
Business & Commercial Aviation News From December 1968 
Business & Commercial Aviation News From December 1968
Illegal Charters A Growing Problems 
Illegal charter operations are a growing problem in the industry, and more must be done to address that, the National Air Transportation Association said during the Oct. 24 FAA General Aviation Safety Summit in Washington.
NetJets Reaches ‘Agreement in Principle’ With Teamsters 1
NetJets and Teamsters Local 284 announced on Nov. 6 they had reached an agreement-in-principle regarding a new contract covering the fractional operation's union mechanics, maintenance controllers, aircraft fuelers, cleaners and stock clerks.
FAA Proposes $3.685 Million Penalty Against NavWorx 1
The FAA has proposed a $3.685 million civil penalty against NavWorx of Rowlett, Texas, for allegedly producing and selling automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast units containing a GPS chip that did not meet the agency's requirements and misrepresenting the products to customers.
Windecker Eagle Reborn? 
Its production halted years ago, the Windecker Eagle is soon to be reborn, this time through new owners in China.
Reignwood Orders 50 More Bell 505 JetRanger Xs 
Reignwood International Investment Group of Beijing has agreed to purchase 50 additional Bell 505 JetRanger Xs.
Priority Aviation Enters Cannabis Business
Priority Aviation has spun off its subsidiary, Priority One Jets, and is entering the cannabis business with the acquisition of Telluride Health Co.
Munich, Moscow Airports Sign ‘Sister’ Agreement
Munich and Moscow Domodedovo airports have signed a sister agreement to provide an exchange of knowledge for employees and managers at both airports.
Boeing Completes Aurora Acquisition 
Boeing completed the acquisition of Aurora Flight Sciences Corp. in early November. The developer and manufacturer of advanced aerospace platforms and autonomous systems, Aurora will operate under Boeing Engineering, Test & Technology as a subsidiary.
Astronautics On Track With Airbus Helicopter System
Astronautics has completed the preliminary design review for its new connectivity platform for the Astronautics Air-Ground Communications System for Airbus Helicopters.
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