Gallery: The Week In Business Aviation 2021 Oct. 4-8
This story shows a gallery of images from the Savannah event where Gulfstream unveiled two new business jets amidst a live, concert-like event Oct. 4. with lights and video. Attendees, which included customers, suppliers, local government officials, employees and the media, waited during a countdown for the news. Work is well underway on the G800. The first of three planned G800 test aircraft has been going through engine runs. Credit: Molly McMillin/AviationWeek Full story
Honeywell’s latest integrated flight deck, Anthem, is designed for the future, with always-on connectivity, growth to autonomy and a smartphone-inspired interface. Billed as the industry’s first cloud-connected avionics, the cockpit system is intended for general aviation and business aircraft as well as commercial airliners, but its launch applications are in a new market for aviation—advanced air mobility. Full story
When it comes to weather related accidents and causation analysis, the debate bends back and forth. Some would say that weather-caused accidents are a myth, and it’s only pilots flying into weather that causes accidents. Others say that weather phenomena are so strong and unpredictable in some situations that no reasonable person could have avoided an accident. Full story
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Although propulsion is sometimes overlooked in the historical arc of the aerospace saga, advances in engine technology have been pivotal to every significant development in aviation history. From turboprops to high-bypass geared turbofan and more, take a look at some of these engine technology. Full storySubscribe now for full access to our 100+ year archive which has ongoing coverage of advancements, emerging programs, trends and innovation.
If you're considering buying or selling an aircraft, reach out to advisors with in-depth knowledge of the transportation situation and some of the solutions. Full story
The NBAA-BACE 2021 convention and exhibition plays host to a number of firms in its Maintenance Pavilion. This gallery highlights seven companies including 8tree and AmP Aircraft Maintenance Professionals. Full story