Gulfstream Aerospace won approval from FAA for four of the company's business jet models to fly special Required Navigation Performance Special Aircraft and Aircrew Authorized Required (RNP SAAAR) airport approaches. The approval follows a year-long effort by Gulfstream, fractional operator NetJets and Honeywell International to gain approval for the companies' Gulfstream Planeview-equipped aircraft to fly the specialized approaches. Aircraft flying under RNP SAAAR procedures use both ...

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