Kerry Lynch

Managing Editor, The Weekly of Business Aviation

Posts by Kerry Lynch

in Things With Wings Jul 28, 2014

Celebrating The Old And New At Cirrus

Cirrus Aircraft is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the unveiling of its oldest aircraft on the market, the SR20, with a flyover of its newest,....More
in Things With Wings Oct 22, 2013

Power of Numbers

Rep. Sam Graves (R-Mo.), the chairman of the House Small Business Committee and co-chair of the General Aviation Caucus, is looking for a promotion....More
in Things With Wings Oct 20, 2013

Flying With Elite

Gulfstream is hoping to send a message to its customer base during this week’s NBAA convention: the company is still investing in its G550 and 450....More
in Business Aviation Now May 22, 2013


  The 13th Annual European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition is running on par with last year’s event and boasting the largest static....More
in Business Aviation Now May 01, 2013

Texting In Flight

While the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has long highlighted its safety concerns about texting while driving, the agency is turning its....More
in Business Aviation Now Apr 01, 2013

Preemptive Opposition

While the Obama administration isn’t expected to unveil its budget until next week, House lawmakers are building opposition to a possible proposal to....More
in Business Aviation Now Mar 18, 2013

At Last: Repair Station Rule Movement

The long-awaited repair station security rule has finally shaken free from the clutches of the Department of Homeland Security.  The rule, which had....More
in Business Aviation Now Mar 12, 2013

BizJet Fleet Growth

A sluggish 2012 spurred FAA to dampen its long-term general aviation outlook, but the agency still sees strong long-term growth, particularly in the....More
in Business Aviation Now Mar 04, 2013

Fuller’s Departure

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association President and CEO Craig Fuller is becoming the third head of a general aviation association to step down in....More
in Business Aviation Now Feb 26, 2013

There’s Jobs, Then Jobs

  To White House Press Secretary Jay Carney there’s jobs worth saving and jobs that are “difficult choices.”  That was the message he gave last week....More
From The Archives

Aviation Week is approaching its 100th anniversary in 2016. In a series of blogs, our editors highlight editorial content from the magazine's long and rich history.


Aug 27, 2015

Aviation Week Lifts Veil On Boeing B-52 Bomber (1952) 20

In 1952, Aviation Week provided the first details on the new Boeing B-52 bomber....More
Aug 14, 2015

Bonanza Travel Pays 3

The legendary Beechcraft Bonanza has an impressive production record, so perhaps the marketers back in 1949 were onto something when they coined the phrase "Bonanza travel pays."...More
Aug 14, 2015

Venerable Boeing 727 Prototype To Fly Again 29

The most famous 727, the prototype aircraft which would join United as N7001U, was delivered to the airline in October 1964 having served its time as a Boeing test aircraft....More
Aug 13, 2015

Aviation Week And The Bomb

Aviation News did not predict how nuclear weapons would change the world. But neither did anyone else....More
Aug 13, 2015

Collins Radar Takes The Ups And Downs Out Of Flying

Turbulence? Rockwell Collins had a solution for those bumpy rides in the early 80s with its WXR-700 Doppler Weather Radar....More
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