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Molly McMillin

Molly
McMillin
Editor-in-Chief, Weekly of Business Aviation,
Aviation Week

Molly McMillin, a 25-year aviation journalist, is editor-in-chief of The Weekly of Business Aviation, a market intelligence report of the Aviation Week Intelligence Network.

Before joining Aviation Week, Molly spent nearly 20 years at the Wichita Eagle, Kansas’ largest newspaper, where she served as senior aviation/aerospace reporter.

Along the way, she has had some unique experiences, including a ride with the U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds Demonstration Team, a parachute jump with the U.S. Army Golden Knights demonstration team and a ride in the back of an Air Force tanker watching a boom operator fuel a fighter jet. Her reporting has taken her across the world. Molly became a private pilot in 2011.

She has won multiple state and national journalism awards, including awards from the Society of Business Editors and Writers, Heart of America and the Kansas Press Association. She was the recipient of the 2013 National Business Aviation Association’s Gold Wing Award for Journalism Excellence and was featured in a book on Kansas called Ad Astra: 161 Adventurers, Astronauts, Discoverers, Explorers, Pilots, Pioneers and Scientists.

A graduate of Wichita State University, Molly was selected the 2014 Outstanding Alumni at WSU’s Elliott School of Communication.

Articles
Piper’s First Group Of Apprentices Begins Two-Year Program 
Piper Aircraft’s first group of apprentices has begun its two-year program, the Vero Beach, Florida, manufacturer says.
Greteman Group Publishes ‘Wichita: Where Aviation Took Wing’ 
Greteman Group has published a book on the history of Wichita’s aviation industry called “Wichita: Where Aviation Took Wing.”
Bombardier Delivers First Of Three Global 6000s To Luftwaffe 
Bombardier has delivered the first of three Global 6000 business jets to Luftwaffe, Germany’s air force.
The Angelus Corp. Begins Work On New Headquarters 
The Angelus Corp. has begun construction of its new headquarters in Pewaukee, Wisconsin.
CPI Aerostructures Wins $4.6 Million Contract 
CPI Aerostructures has received a contract from Turkish Aerospace Industries for orders valued at about $4.6 million for the T70 Turkish Utility Helicopter Program (TUHP).
IADA Aircraft Exchange Site Beats Expectations 
The International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) has handled more than $1.6 billion in aircraft sales since the Feb. 1 launch of www.AircraftExchange.com.
Textron Aviation Opens Manila Service Center With PhilJets 
Textron Aviation has opened a new 13,000-sq.-ft. service center in Manila, the Philippines, in collaboration with PhilJets Aero Services at Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Nextant Earns FAA Nod For CL604 Pro Line Fusion Training 
Nextant Aerospace has received FAA approval for Challenger 604 differences training for Pro Line 4 to Pro Line Fusion avionics.
Ancala Partners Buys 45% Interest In Liverpool John Lennon Airport 
Ancala Partners has completed the acquisition of a 45% interest in Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Jet Linx Adds Austin, St. Louis Private Terminals 
Jet Linx has opened a new private terminal at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Austin, Texas.
Textron Aviation Receives EASA Approval For G1000 NXi For Mustang 
Textron Aviation has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) validation of the Garmin International G1000 NXi flight deck upgrade for the Citation Mustang.
Ortega Aviation Services To Launch In November 
Wichita pilots Kirby and Teresa Ortega have launched Ortega Aviation Services, an aviation training, testing and consulting organization.
Developers Want DOT To Modify Mach+ Flight Authorizations 
The leading U.S. developers of supersonic aircraft have called on the Transportation Department to modify its proposed rule on Mach+ flight authorizations.
Consolidation In The Fuel Supply Business 
A major fuel-supply business consolidation is underway with World Fuel Services buying Universal Weather and Aviation's UVair Fueling Div. for $170 million.
'Chicken Strip' Gets Official Authorization 
The only remaining backcountry airfield in Death Valley National Park has been officially authorized, removing any question about its legal use by visitors.

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