Continental Motors Group continues to capture business for its acquired diesel engine line, the latest involving a retrofit contract for 16 Cessna Skyhawk 172s from Spanish training school Aerodynamics Malaga S.L.
About 300 people gathered for a recent rally designed to generate support for Santa Monica Airport (SMO) in California as airport opponents weigh options to thwart a ballot initiative designed to help secure the airport’s future.
In what started as an effort to meet international requirements for its Appleton, Wisconsin, repair station, Gulfstream is hoping to complete the implementation of its safety management systems (SMS) throughout the entire company in 2015.
Two relatively new web-based ride-sharing programs are weighing their options, with one altering its program altogether, in the wake of FAA’s recent interpretation that essentially deemed the operations illegal.
Gulfstream Aerospace, participating in the investigation of the May 31 G-IV crash at Hanscom Field, is reminding operators to follow proper flight manual procedures regarding use of the gust lock system.
AirPooler was founded in 2013 as a venue where small aircraft operators can offer rides to passengers and share in expenses. The company says the concept is designed to make general aviation more accessible and affordable by helping pilots connect with passengers to share expenses on flights that would take place regardless.
Embraer has secured Brazilian type certification for its newest business jet, the Legacy 500 midsize, and is making plans to begin delivery of the aircraft next month, the Brazilian manufacturer announced Aug. 12.
Embraer is expecting U.S. FAA approval to follow in upcoming weeks, with European Aviation Safety Agency validation after that.
General aviation manufacturers, particularly those involved in agricultural aviation, are re-evaluating their production plans for 2015 in light of the battle brewing over reauthorization of the U.S. Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank, industry leaders say.
SpaceX Dragon expected to rendezvous with the International Space Station early Tuesday. Capture of the re-supply vehicle with the station's Canadian robot arm is scheduled for shortly after 7 a.m., EDT....More