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The Weekly of Business Aviation

The Weekly of Business Aviation
Aircraft OEM Updates from The Weekly of Business Aviation
Bombardier's redesign of the Global 7000 wing is a major driver in the aircraft's delay. Embraer recorded lower revenue and earnings in the second quarter of 2015 amid lower commercial jet deliveries but higher business jet shipments. The market for Gulfstream Aerospace business jets has been boosted by demand from S&P 500 companies seeking to replace their fleets, officials said. Textron Aviation delivered 36 new Citation jets and 30 King Air turboprops during the second quarter of this year, compared to 36 Citations and 34 King Airs during the same time a year ago.
Cessna Citation XLS/XLS+ Program Profile 
Solidly in the middle of the Textron Aviation/Cessna family of private jets is the Citation XLS+, a midsized twin-engine jet with seating capacity for up to nine passengers.
2015 Business Aircraft Accident, Intentional Cessna 172 Crashes and Bombardier Global 7000, 8000 News from The Weekly of Business Aviation
Turbine-powered business aircraft accidents were up in the first six months 2015. Plus, NASA is intentionally crashing Cessna 172 to improve emergency locator transmitters. And Bombardier Aerospace is reviewing the Global 7000 and 8000 and their schedules.
Eclipse Special Edition and Bell Model 525 News from The Weekly of Business Aviation
Bell Helicopter has completed the first flight of its Model 525 fly-by-wire super medium helicopter. Plus, One Aviation has announced a revamped Eclipse “Special Edition” twin-engine Eclipse 500 aircraft that includes the features and available options of an Eclipse 550.
NBAA Regional Forum Coverage and Gulfstream G650/G650ER Profile from June 30 Issue of The Weekly of Business Aviation
Sessions on June 24 at the annual National Business Aviation Association Regional Forum at Teterboro Airport, New Jersey, covered the business aviation market outlook and NBAA's concern about the proposal to privatize air traffic control. Plus, view specs and forecasts for the Gulfstream G650/G650ER program.
Nextant Aerospace Adds Resale Division and More News from the June 15 Issue of The Weekly of Business Aviation
Cleveland, Ohio-based Nextant Aerospace has opened a resale division with its first aircraft, a 2012 Nextant 400XT. Plus, Bombardier CEO Alain Bellemare discusses the Learjet 85 and his priority for business aircraft. And the EPA’s proposed finding that aircraft emissions contribute to climate change and endanger public health launches a process to set a regulatory standard — being developed by ICAO — for aircraft carbon dioxide emissions.

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