Gulfstream G280: Setting The Standard For Super-Midsize
For $12 million-14.5 million, you can buy a pre-owned G280 that can fly four passengers 3,600 nm in the largest and quietest cabin in its class. In keeping with large-cabin Gulfstreams of its vintage, it typically cruises at Mach 0.80-0.82. It also delivers better fuel economy than any direct competitor.
Aerion Teams With Carbon Engineering On Sustainable Fuel
Aerion Supersonic is partnering with Canada-based clean energy company Carbon Engineering (CE) to evaluate the potential use of a sustainable synthetic jet fuel produced from carbon dioxide (CO2) for the AS2 supersonic business jet.
There are more than 80 Pilatus PC-24s now in service and operators say the twinjet is an ideal step up from the Swiss manufacturer’s popular PC-12 single-engine turboprop. Compared to that sibling, the jet flies 50% faster, 50% higher and offers 50% more cabin volume.
NBAA Cancels Orlando Bizav Convention Over COVID-19 Concerns
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has canceled its October 2020 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition—the world’s largest business aviation show—as COVID-19 cases take a recent turn upward around the U.S., including in Florida, the site of the event.
Turkish Crew Starts Descent Too Late, Leading To Crash In Kyrgyzstan
On a dark and foggy night in 2017 the crew of a Turkish freighter came to grief in an autolanding that touched down off the airport in Kyrgyzstan, killing themselves, two relief crewmembers and 35 area residents.