Gallery: The Week In Business Aviation 2022 Feb. 07-11
February 08, 2022
Six Incredible Airport Runways
Because runways are in constant demand due to the increase in travel, airports sometimes have to get creative with how they extend and manage aircraft landings. Here are six unique runways from around the world. Credit: Timo Newton-Syms
Flying Classroom Bombardier Academy Celebrates First Graduates
Bombardier and The Flying Classroom celebrated the first graduates of a three-week course designed to familiarize students about technical careers in business aviation and to generate excitement for the industry. Credit: Molly McMillin/AviationWeekNetwork
Are You Prepared To Deal With The NTSB?
Be prepared to interact with the NTSB (most business aviation operator are not), and hope that you never have the occasion to do so. Credit: Robert L. Sumwalt
European Charter Market On The Upswing
Increased demand has led to increased prices--and that’s a good thing. Credit: Luxaviation
From The Archives: Rugged Debonair Is Stable, Responsive
Beech Aircraft’s new four-place, single-engine Model 33 Debonair is a comfortable rugged airplane, licensed at full gross weight - 2900 lb - in the utility category. It is stable and responsive both at low speeds and in fairly rough air, a flight evaluation by Aviation Week showed.
Engine Maintenance Programs: A Buyer's Guide
Considerations for engine maintenance programs across an aircraft's life. Credit: Jessie Naor
Discovering Business Aviation's Future Leaders
An increasing number of college students are beginning to discover business aviation and see it not simply for its pay and benefits. Credit: Adobe Stock/tr3gi
Five Surprising Facts About Aircraft Lavatories
From smoking to flushing to urban legends, here are five facts about airplane lavatories.
Dark Night Flight Into Terrain, Part 1
Examining the flight of a Bell UH-1H CFIT that crashed near Raton, New Mexico. Credit: NTSB
SaxonAir Introduces New Managed Jet Fleet At Biggin Hill
Under the partnership with Sovereign, Saxon Air will provide the operational use, which helps make a persuasive case to potential owners, officials say. This Cessna Citation CJ1 (G-COBN) was sold in August “to a UK buyer who wanted management, and that works perfectly,” says SaxonAir CEO Alex Durand. The aircraft was kept busy: during the last week of January. It was seen in Belfast, Manchester and Castletown on the Isle of Man and departed Biggin Hill on Feb. 3 for Nice, France. Credit: Mike Rivett/SaxonAir
Five Surprising Facts About Black Boxes
Here are five facts you may not have known about flight data recorders or “black boxes,” including the history, invention and function of these devices. Credit: Australian Government, Department of Defense
Take a look at the stories that made the headlines this week in the business aviation sector, from dealing with the NTSB, to Butterfly, a 100% electric Advanced Air Mobility aircraft and the European charter market is looking optimistic.