Gallery: The Week In Business Aviation 2022 Jan. 17-21
Experts Say Many Radalts May Need To Be Retrofitted
Many of the radio altimeters currently installed on aircraft likely will have to be retrofitted with filters or replaced to protect against potential 5G interference, experts say.
Marketplace: Business Aviation Staffing Services
A number of companies provide staffing support for business aviation, helping companies to recruit not only pilots but flight attendants and mechanics.
Crash Unveils Safety Culture Clash, Part 3
Investigating the company's safety culture. Stated policies do not always equate to actual policies.
Can Safety Reporting Systems Alleviate 5G Issue?
COVID-19, crew shortages, weather and now 5G problems have all combined to stress the aviation system. The sooner we can de-stress it and reduce all the cancellations and delays, the better. We all want to fly safely—but we also want to fly.
The Business Aviation Quiz: The History of Aviation
With aviation having been around for over 100 years, there has been plenty of milestones and groundbreaking revolutions to note. From the first powered flight and the introduction to airmail to business jets, widebodies and supersonics, how good is your aviation history knowledge?
The Business Aviation Quiz: Guess The Runway
With over 40,000 airports around the world, the amount of runways is considerably higher. Using Google Maps, can you recognize these runways from U.S. commercial and private aviation airports? Test your knowledge in this quiz.
Take a look at this gallery of images from the stories that made the headlines this week in the business aviation sector, including sustainable aviation fuel and the latest on 5G.