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
Global Aviation Technologies To Upgrade USAF Learjets 
Global Aviation Technologies will update 19 C-21A jets, which are military versions of the Learjet 35A, for the U.S. Air Force.
Satcom Direct Adds Cyber Security Course 
Satcom Direct has launched a new certified cybersecurity course called CyberSAFE (Securing Assets for End Users), which is designed for those interfacing, supporting or interacting with aircraft communications.
FlightSafety Adds PT6A Engine Course For Pilots 
FlightSafety International has introduced a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A engine series pilot familiarization course designed for agricultural aircraft operators.
Zetta Jet Ends Operations, Files For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy 
Zetta Jet ceased operations Nov. 30 and filed a motion for Chapter 7 bankruptcy after a judge declined to approve outside financing and two aircraft financiers demanded the return of six aircraft critical to its business.
North American Bizjet Operations Continue To Grow 
​Business jet operations in North America rose 3.8% in October, in line with September results and slightly above the year-to-date average of 3.5%, said Robert Stallard of Vertical Research Partners, citing figures from the FAA.
Florida Deliveries Of Mid-to-Large Business Jets May Hit 30 Per Year 
About 30 medium and large business jets valued at a total of $1.5 billion are expected to be delivered to owners in Florida each year between now and 2025.
Surf Air Moves To London City Airport, Adds Scheduled Flights 
Surf Air, an all-you-can-fly membership airline, is moving its London service to London City Airport from London Luton Airport. Surf Air began London-to-Zurich daily weekday service on Nov. 13.
AOPA Offers 2018 Bahamas, Caribbean Guides 
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) has released its 2018 Bahamas and Caribbean guides for 2018. The guides provide photographs of all airports in the islands, including 61 in the Bahamas and 88 in the Caribbean, and provide runway and navigation information, customs, immigration procedures, hotel contacts, survival tips and other information, AOPA said. It also includes tips from other pilots about places to stay and what to do. The guides are for sale and can be downloaded as an app on iTunes.
Flamingo Air Offers Drone Training In Japan 
Flamingo Air in Cincinnati is establishing agreements with partner companies in Japan to offer drone training and maintenance and repair courses there.
Business Aviation Use Boosts Canadian Companies 
Canadian corporate business aviation users, on average, outperformed non-users by 43% in top-line revenue growth, according to a study by NEXA Advisors.
Selected Accidents And Incidents In November 2017 
Selected accidents and incidents in November 2017.
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News Of Business Aviation Promotions, Appointments And Honors 
News of business aviation promotions, appointments and honors.
On Duty: Awards And Honors 
News of awards and honors involving professionals within the business aviation community.
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