Gallery: The Week In Business Aviation Feb. 14-18, 2022
February 14, 2022
Large Jets To Lead Growth In Asia BizAv Fleet Over Next Decade
The in-service business aviation fleet in Asia is projected to grow from 1,600 aircraft in 2022 to more than 1,800 by the end of 2031, a 1.5% compound annual growth rate (CAGR), according to Aviation Week Network forecasts. Credit: Bombardier
ATR Sees Asian Carriers Turn To Turboprops
ATR continues its commitment to attending the Singapore Airshow in a region that has long been an important market for the turboprop manufacturer. Credit: ATR
Know Your Aircraft’s Specific Handling Characteristics, Part 1
Thick logbooks do not ensure proficiency in specific handling characteristics.
Bombardier Quadrupling Size Of Singapore Service Center
The center is part of OEM’s global aftermarket expansion. Credit: Bombardier
Know Your Aircraft’s Specific Handling Characteristics, Part 2
What worked in your previous aircraft may actually have the opposite effect. Credit: Adobe Stock/frank peters
Fast 5: A Growing Air-To-Ground Network
A conversation with Ryan Stone, co-founder and president of SmartSky Networks, about how the the communication system is rolling out--including STC approvals for various aircraft. Credit: SmartSky Networks
From The Archives: Boeing 747 Begins Flight Testing Phase
Boeing's iconic 747 performed its first flight 53 years ago this month and of course Aviation Week & Space Technology reported the event.
Checklist: Adding Your Aircraft To A Charter Certificate
Chartering a jet when the owner doesn’t need it can be a smart way to earn extra revenue while offering a charter company additional lift capabilities with very little of its own capital. But there are pitfalls to consider first. Credit: Nigel Prevett/Aviation Week Network
Know Your Aircraft’s Specific Handling Characteristics, Part 3
Control deflections have different effects at high altitude and high speed. Credit: Jozef Tóth, Wikimedia Commons
Turbulence - Not Just an Airline Problem
Turbulence is not just a hazard for corporate, business or general aviation. We all fly in the same sky with the same weather. Credit: NTSB
Gallery: Business Aircraft At The Singapore Airshow
Only a handful of business aircraft can be seen at the Singapore Airshow this year but those that made it to the static display are answering the region's need for such a way of flying. Credit: David Chua/MAphotoSG
Video: Inside The Falcon 6X
ShowNews Editor-In-Chief Thierry Dubois talks in two videos about some of the features you can expect in the Falcon 6X cabin, live from the Singapore Airshow 2022, and he explains why the actual aircraft could not attend the show. Watch the videos and look inside the mockup.
Take a look at the stories that made the headlines this week in the business aviation sector, including a video showing inside the Falcon 6X, a gallery of business aviation aircraft on static display at the Singapore Air Show and a three part series on knowing your aircraft's specific handling characteristics.