Business & Commercial Aviation News from September 1965Jessica A. Salerno
The September 1965 issue of Business & Commercial Aviation included these news items as well as the aircraft in the image gallery:
- "Over the past few years we've heard and read the many pleas from aviation people for a better nom de plume for the Fixed Base Operator." – B&CA Editorial
- The decentralization of the FAA will continue, with area managers throughout the country getting increasing responsibilities. These 18 managers for the 48 continental states may add another level of bureaucracy between the aviation community and FAA headquarters.
- The Mooney MK-22 is the first single-engine general aviation airplane to be pressurized. Already with 200 hours of flight test time under its wing, the "22" has 4.0 psi system that turns on at 8,000 ft. Pressure source is dual-scroll turbocharger.