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.

Articles
Daher Delivers First TBM 900 To Spain 
Daher has delivered a TBM 900 turboprop aircraft to its first customer in Spain.
Split Scimitar Winglets Approved For BBJ 
The FAA has granted Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) — the joint venture of Aviation Partners, Inc.
Flight Safety Foundation Expands Basic Aviation Risk Standard For Offshore Helicopter Operations 
The Flight Safety Foundation is expanding its Basic Aviation Risk Standard, or BARS, suite of documents aimed at managing aviation risk for contracted aircraft operations.
Gulfstream G500 Achieves First Flight 
Gulfstream Aerospace announced first flight of the G500 on May 19, a critical milestone
Otto C. Pobanz Dies At 93 
“Otto Pobanz was a consummate professional and true champion for business aviation”
ICG Gets EASA OK On Swift Broadband Modification 
International Communications Group (ICG) has received European Aviation Safety Agency approval
Hahn Air To Launch Citation CJ4 Scheduled Service In Dusseldorf 
Germany’s Hahn Air Lines has authorization from IATA to operate its fleet of Cessna Citation CJ4s
Jet Aviation Adds Aircraft As Demand Grows 
Jet Aviation has added 12 new aircraft to its global aircraft management fleet
Bombardier Aerospace Business Aircraft Forecast 
A new forecast by Bombardier Aerospace projects 9,000 light, medium and large business jets valued at $267 billion
Fireblade Aviation New Customs, Immigration Services 
Private aircraft crews and passengers arriving at and departing from Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport
London-Biggin Undergoing Airspace Change Proposal 
London-Biggin Hill Airport is currently undergoing an Airspace Change Proposal
Impact Of New Helicopter Rules On London Heliport 
Managers at London’s only licensed heliport say they are concerned about the impact of new helicopter-performance rules
Changes At NetJets 
Management changes at NetJets, two longtime senior executives are returning to lead the private jet company
Milestone Aviation Increases Orders 
Milestone Aviation Group announced at the Paris Air Show that it increased its combined orders and options of Airbus Helicopters H175s to 28
Gulfstream Aerospace Developing Its Long Beach Airport Site 
Gulfstream Aerospace is expanding its site at Long Beach Airport in California
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