Gallery: The Week In Business Aviation Mar. 14-18, 2022
March 18, 2022
Opinion: North Atlantic Changes Bring Planning, Ops Considerations
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UK NATS announced structural changes to the North Atlantic (NAT) Organized Track System (OTS). Though the change may seem small, the eventual impact could be significant.
Essentials of Tire Wear and Care, Part 1
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Aircraft tires need to absorb the impact shock upon landing while also transmitting deceleration braking forces to the runway.
From The Archives: HS-125 Offers Improved Handling Qualities
The Series 600, the new version of the Hawker Siddeley HS-125 executive jet had overcome difficulties at the power plant and a slump in the business flying market our pilot and author, Herbert J. Coleman, said as he introduces his pilot report.
Enstrom Rescued From Bankruptcy By MidTex Aviation
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MidTex Aviation, a Texas-based company, has rescued Enstrom Helicopter Corporation from bankruptcy and plans to reopen the helicopter company’s factory in Menominee, Michigan, in late April.
Joby Aviation Nearing Part 135 Certification
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Advanced air mobility (AAM) vehicle developer Joby Aviation said March 15 that it is nearing completion of the application process to obtain an FAA Part 135 air carrier certificate.
The Business Aviation Quiz: How Well Do You Know The Beechcraft's King Air Series?
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Marketplace: Uniform Suppliers Meet Crew Needs
Manufacturers of uniforms offer custom and branded clothing for flight deck, cabin, lounge, ticketing, sales office and check-in personnel serving airlines and private aviation.
From The Archives: Three Business Aircraft Models Unveiled
Erwin J. Bulban highlights three aircraft unveiled Hamburger Flugzeugbau's Hansa Jet 320, Lear Jet's Model 24C and the Mitsubishi/Mooney Mu-2G.
Aircraft Trusts and Transparency in Registrations
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For more than 40 years, aircraft owners have had the choice to register their aircraft in trusts based in the United States, either because they want a layer of privacy, or because they don’t meet the statutory definition of “citizen of the U.S.”
Marenco Unveils New Hybrid Helicopter Plan
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Swiss-based engineering company Marenco led by Martin Stucki, the creator of the former Kopter SH-09, is seeking investors for a new eight-passenger hybrid electric concept which was unveiled at this year’s Helicopter Association International Heli-Tech.
Podcast: Russian Sanctions And The Impact On Business Aviation
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine are affecting every aspect of business aviation around the globe. What does it mean and what is to come?
Take a look at the stories that made the headlines this week in the business aviation sector, including the essentials of tire wear and care and a look back at the Hawker Siddeley HS-125 executive jet.