Business Aviation Community Forum Roundup - Week 1
May 14, 2021
Bizav's Role In Wider Availability Of SAF
With a customer community less sensitive to fuel price than the commercial airlines, business aviation is taking a leading role in stimulating early demand for emissions-reducing sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). At the same time, business aviation faces unique challenges in scaling up the availability and use of SAF.
Manufacturers of traditional helicopters plan to introduce several new models or upgrades to existing aircraft in the coming years. Some of the new or upgraded civil helicopters nearing entry into service are summarized.
Business aircraft manufacturers continue to invest in new products, with about a dozen new or upgraded business aircraft in development--from supersonic aircraft to business jets and turboprops, despite a year marked by the effects of a global pandemic.
Its $75 million Falcon 10X will take on Gulfstream and Bombardier in the ultra-long-range market—and aims to correct a mistake made decades ago. Listen in as Aviation Week editors Joe Anselmo, Molly McMillin and Thierry Dubois discuss with analyst Richard Aboulafia.
The list keeps getting longer as more and more electric-powered aircraft development programs target the general aviation market. Ranging from two-seat trainers to 19-seat regional aircraft, here is a look at some of those programs.
Gulfstream’s G550 is an ultra-long-range category business jet that represents one of two commercial designations for the Savannah, Georgia-based manufacturer’s GV-SP type. Explore the historical aircraft values, in-service fleet data and past pilot reports in the latest aircraft overview.
Readying For New Satellite Communications Capacity
Providers of communications equipment and networks to business aviation are readying for a plethora of new capacity by building systems for business aircraft that will be compatible with Ku-band, Ka-band or both of the frequency bands supporting high-speed, inflight communications. Systems and plans of some major providers are summarized.
Webinar: Brexit And Business Aviation – Changes And Impact On Operators
Brexit has brought multiple changes to the business aviation industry. For one, operators have been struggling with a post-Brexit flight permit system. What is the near- and long-term impact of Brexit to business aviation? What are the difficulties owners and operators face importing aircraft?
Market Analysis | Business Aviation Aircraft Values Q1
Discover aircraft values by size with intricate details covering the year over year change, composite values for the used business aircraft market, and more, part of Aviation Week Intelligence Network’s (AWIN) quarterly business aviation market analysis exclusively for AWIN members.
This week we saw the start of our Business Aviation Community Forum, which will continue until May 21. From biz av’s role in wider availability of SAF to Dassault’s power play with the Falcon 10X, take a look a look through our roundup of some of the content from this week you might have missed.