Molly McMillin

Editor, Weekly of Business Aviation,
Aviation Week
Next FAA Drone Symposium Set For March In Washington 
FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said Jan. 6 that the agency’s second—and now annual—drone symposium will be in March in the Washington, D.C., area.
Unison To Supply Additively Manufactured Heat Exchangers For Cessna Denali 
Textron Aviation has selected Unison Industries to supply additively manufactured air-air heat exchangers for its new Cessna Denali single-engine turboprop.
Bell 429 Selected For Medical Missions In Puerto Rico 
The Department of Health of Puerto Rico has selected the Bell 429 light twin-engine helicopter configured to conduct medical rescue missions in the region.
Jet Aviation Geneva Completes Global Express Upgrade 
Jet Aviation in Geneva has completed its first Honeywell DU-875 Elite cockpit display upgrade in combination with a 120-month heavy check on a Global Express XRS large-cabin.
Duncan Launches Customer Program For ADS-B Upgrades 
Duncan Aviation is offering a customer program to encourage business aircraft operators to schedule upgrades for Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) well before the Jan. 1, 2020.
AirMed Opens Cincinnati Beechjet 400 Base 
AirMed International has opened a Beechjet 400 base at Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport for air medical transportation, organ procurement and recovery flights.
Greiner Aerospace Selects Wencor Group As Distribution Partner 
Greiner Aerospace, a producer of aircraft cushions and dress covers for the aviation industry, has selected Wencor Group as its global distribution partner for the aftermarket.
Bell Helicopter Training Academy In Valencia Earns EASA Approval 
The Bell Helicopter Training Academy in Valencia, Spain, and its Bell 429 full-flight simulator have been certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency.
Gambrell & Russell Opens European Offices, Expands In New York City 
The law firm of Gambrell & Russell has opened three new offices in London and Munich, and has expanded the aviation finance practice of its New York City office.
Gulfstream G650ER Adds City-Pair Records To Growing List 
Gulfstream Aerospace has set two city-pair records with its G650ER.
TerrAvion, Servi-Tech Form Partnership For Aerial Imaging 
TerrAvion, a provider of agriculture aerial imaging, has partnered with Servi-Tech, a crop consulting and agronomic services company, to expand its services.
Duncan Adds Paint Capacity In Battle Creek, Michigan 
Duncan Aviation has added additional paint capacity at its Battle Creek, Michigan, location.
CSI Aviation Earns FAA Approval For International Service 
CSI Aviation, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been awarded international operating authority by the FAA.
Aviation Management Group Co-Founder Acquires Meyer’s Interest 
Aviation Management Group co-founder Jeff Kohlman has acquired Paul Meyer’s interest in the company.
Aviation Technology Makes Move 
Aviation Technology has moved its offices from Manchester, New Hampshire, to Hooksett, Hew Hampshire.
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