Gallery: The Week In Business Aviation Feb. 07-11, 2022
February 24, 2022
From The Archives: Increased Cabin Size, Long Range Capability Mark Falcon 900
Following the coverage of the Falcon 6X's presence at the Singapore Airshow last week, we thought we'd step back in time to have a look at an earlier jet from Dassault's Falcon family.
From The Archive: NASA Studies Business Aircraft Avionics
Read a comprehensively detailed report on how NASA evaluated an approach to digital avionics that offered versatile, highly integrated general aviation cockpits with many of the features incorporated into "new generation" commercial transports.
What's Behind The Rise In Laser Pointer Incidents?
On February 7th, 11 airliners were struck by lasers in a one-hour period near the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), federal officials say, although no injuries were reported. Credit: FAA
FAA, Industry Pledge Unleaded Avgas By 2030
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson on Feb. 23 unveiled an industry-government initiative to eliminate the use of unleaded aviation fuel (avgas) by piston-engined aircraft by 2030. Credit: FAA
When The Natives Don’t Speak Your Language, Part 1
Before you travel beyond your own borders you need to make sure you can communicate at your destination. Credit: fyunkie/Creative Commons
Fast 5: Meet Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic's Pilot Of The Year
Bob Briggs, based in Germantown, Tennessee, near Memphis, has flown more than 19,000 flight hours over his lifetime, largely as a pilot for the Army and Navy Reserves. Credit: Tamarack Aerospace
Roundup Of BizAv News From The Singapore Airshow
Stories that made headlines in the business aviation world last week at the Singapore Airshow include a look inside the Falcon 6X and news that Bombardier is quadrupling the size of its service center. Credit: ATR
When The Natives Don’t Speak Your Language, Part 2
In the aviation business we recognize our success is dependent on everyone’s ability to communicate. English is the international language of aviation. But what we do encompasses more than just aviation. Credit: Author graphic
Shelter Location Will Be Norse Atlantic Base
Norwegian discount airline startup Norse Atlantic Airways has chosen the Sheltair Aviation complex at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE) as its U.S. administrative headquarters, Sheltair announced Feb. 21. Credit: Sheltair Aviation
Take a look at the stories that made the headlines this week in the business aviation sector, including a goal to eliminate the use of unleaded aviation fuel (avgas) by piston-engined aircraft by 2030 and laser pointing incidents.