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May 24, 2022
Erika Pearson to President of Boeing Business Jets.
May 18, 2022
The European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) event was canceled due to the evolving outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and…
Nov 16, 2021
According to Aviation Week Network's recently released 2022 Military Aviation Fleet & MRO Forecast, there will be 14,254 new build military aircraft worth $768 billion delivered over the next 10 years with MRO demand set to exceed $1.1 trillion over the same period. With the global fleet of military aircraft set to continue to grow over the decade, gain insight into the key market dynamics and discover where the main opportunities are in the global market with a sample of the 2022 data and commentary by Aviation Week Network’s trusted editors and analysts.
Oct 11, 2021
SKYTRAC and ACR ELECTRONICS were selected by Embraer to provide Autonomous Distress Tracking (ADT) and Emergency Locator Transmitter with Distress…
Oct 11, 2021
BANYAN AIR SERVICE is developing STC to install Gogo AVANCE L3 system on the HondaJet. AVANCE L3 and L5 systems are line-fit factory options on 27…
Oct 05, 2021
Discover aircraft values by size with intricate details covering the year over year change, composite values for the used business aircraft market, and more, part of Aviation Week Intelligence Network’s (AWIN) quarterly business aviation market analysis exclusively for AWIN members.
Aug 20, 2021
From heavy jets to high performance singles, aircraft dealers are bringing more first time and step-up buyers into business and personal flying, with an emphasis on service, tailored to customer needs.
May 21, 2021
Millions of years ago when the Earth was warmer, alligators and crocodiles lived in Greenland. Should the Earth continue on its expected warming path, alligators could return to the Arctic and whether the Earth could feed its people would be in question, Anthony Patt, professor of climate policy at ETH Zurich in Switzerland, said during a European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition Connect webinar.
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