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
Jet-A And Avgas Per-Gallon Fuel Prices: May 2019 
The tables show Jet-A and avgas prices from a survey of U.S. fuel suppliers conducted in May 2019.
Textron Staffing Up for 2019, Continuing Product Developments 
According to Ron Draper, Textron Aviation's new president and CEO, the company added 1,000 employees in 2018 and plans to hire another 1,000 this year.
Tecnam Filling Up Its Order Book 
Italian aircraft maker Tecnam reports taking orders for 51 aircraft during the recent Aero Friedrichshafen show in Germany.
Australian Government Takes Delivery Of Three Falcon 7X Business Jets 
The Australian government has taken delivery of the first of three Falcon 7X trijets from Dassault Aviation. Delivery of the others is expected within months.
Japanese Government Promoting Business Aviation Access 
The Japanese government is promoting business aviation access to the country's secondary airports, setting aside funds to help pay for new facilities.
New President At P&WC: Maria Della Posta 
Maria Della Posta is to become president of Pratt & Whitney Canada, effective June 1. A veteran executive with the engine maker, she will succeed John Saabas, who is retiring.
Forbes: FSI And Garmin Among Best Employers 
FlightSafety International and Garmin have been singled out by Forbes Media as among the best U.S. employers.
Airlines Collect $5 Billion In Baggage Fees 
According to the American Association of Airport Executives, U.S. airlines collected nearly $5 billion in baggage fees in 2018.
Bombardier To Divest Its Aerostructures Businesses 
Bombardier plans to divest aerostructures businesses in Northern Ireland and Morocco and form an integrated Bombardier Aviation unit focused on North America.
Pilatus Delivered 128 Aircraft In 2018 
Pilatus Aircraft reported delivering 128 aircraft in 2018, including 18 PC-24 jets as well as 80 PC-12 NGs, 27 PC-21s and three PC-6s.
Textron Sells Eight Citation XLS+ Aircraft to China’s CAAC 
Textron Aviation and China's Civil Aviation Administration opened ABACE with the sale of eight Cessna Citation XLS+ aircraft
Diamond Delivers 400th DA40NG 
Diamond Aircraft recently delivered the 400th Diamond DA40NG built in Austria as it celebrated the 20th anniversary of the aircraft prototype's first flight.
Ground Facility To Open At Beijing Daxing Airport 
Business aviation can look forward to the easing of China's worst operational restriction next year, with the opening of a facility at Beijing Daxing.
RR Tay 611-8 Engine Reaches 10 Million Flying Hours 
The Rolls-Royce Tay 611-8 engine recently achieved a significant milestone when the fleet reached 10 million flying hours in nearly five million flights.
Comac Is Building Executive ARJ21 
Comac is building an executive version of the ARJ21 regional jet which it plans to complete it next year and demonstrate to prospective customers.
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