The June 1, 2015, issue of The Weekly of Business Aviation previews EBACE, reports on the Aerion AS2 and RVSM equipment maintenance program requirements:

Aerion Opens Order Book For Supersonic Jet

Momentum is building as Aerion Corp. moves forward with its three-engine AS2 supersonic business jet.

The Reno, Nevada-based company has opened its order book and set a $120 million price in 2015 dollars for the aircraft.

In addition, “we’ve set really aggressive milestones,” said Brian Barents, Aerion’s co-chairman.

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Proposed Rule To Ease RVSM Program Approval To Save Time, Money

A notice of proposed rulemaking that would eliminate costly and time-consuming requirements for operators to develop and submit a separate maintenance program for equipment required to fly in reduced vertical separation minimum (RVSM) airspace has been welcomed by the National Business Aviation Association.

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