Eye Stress Can Affect Ability to "See and Avoid"

Editor's Note: This is the second in a four-part article series on business aviation mid-air collisions.

leeann.shay@av… Tue, 05/18/2021 - 02:30
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Airbus Corporate Jets Receives First ACJ220 Fuselage Section
Former C Series model to make its ACJ debut.
bill.carey@avi… Mon, 05/17/2021 - 14:26
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Why Business Aviation Has A Higher Risk of Mid-Airs
The "see and avoid" collision avoidance concept can easily fail.
leeann.shay@av… Mon, 05/17/2021 - 12:55
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Webinar: Sustainability in Action – Focus on Flight Departments

This webinar took place May 14, 2021 and sponsored by L3Harris.

rebecca.badcoc… Fri, 05/14/2021 - 16:00
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Euro Bizav Primed For Consolidation As COVID-19 Recovery Continues
The year-on-year comparisons look good. But compared to levels of activity before the COVID-19 pandemic, there are few companies active in Europe’s business aviation sector that can claim any significant growth.
andy_savoie@av… Fri, 05/14/2021 - 06:00
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Lineup of Latest Business Aircraft In Development

By Molly McMillin May 13, 2021
Evaluating the aircraft OEMs' business aircraft in development and see how they fit into the market.
Business Aviation

Webinar: Pre-Owned Aircraft Values – Outlook and Trends

May 12, 2021
This webinar took place May 12, 2021. What is the current inventory of pre-owned business aircraft, and how has the COVID-19 pandemic affected…
Business Aviation

OEMs, System Manufacturers Find New Leads To More Enjoyable Cabins

By Thierry Dubois May 12, 2021
LED lights, smart windows, improved air management and integrated galleys can be expected to improve the flight experience.
Business Aviation

Fly-By-Wire Controls Extend Their Reach In Business Aviation

By Thierry Dubois May 11, 2021
As the technology enters its 15th year of service in business aviation, fly-by-wire benefits are known better among pilots than buyers.
Business Aviation

Webinar: Brexit and Business Aviation – Changes and Impact on Operators

May 10, 2021
This webinar took place May 10, 2021. Brexit has brought multiple changes to the business aviation industry. For one, operators have been struggling…
Business Aviation

Bizav's Role In Wider Availability of SAF

By Graham Warwick May 10, 2021
Book-and-claim gives willing business aviation customers access to the benefits of sustainable aviation fuels.
Business Aviation

Captain, Can You Fly Another Three Hours?

By James Albright May 07, 2021
Hong Kong-based crew breaks duty day rules
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Captain, Would You Like Some Fuel System Icing Inhibitor?

By James Albright May 06, 2021
Editor’s Note: This is the third of a four-part series on the automatic response “We can do that!” The better thought might be, “Should we do that?”…
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Captain, Can You Take Off With Just One Engine?

By James Albright May 05, 2021
Corvette pilot finds out the answer is no
Safety, Ops & Regulation

FAA Adds Space Launch Areas To Nav Charts

BCA Staff May 05, 2021
The FAA announced on May 5 that it is marking more space launch activity areas on the digital VFR raster charts it makes available to pilots.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Partners Launch Helicopter Safety Training Initiative

By Bill Carey May 05, 2021
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and the Helicopter Institute have teamed with other partners to develop training scenarios for helicopter pilots using virtual reality simulators.
Maintenance & Training

Podcast: JetClub Launches in Europe

By Bill Carey May 05, 2021
BCA editor Bill Carey speaks with Vishal Hiremath, co-founder of fractional ownership company JetIt, about plans to launch sister company JetClub in Europe.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Pilots Say ‘We Can Do That!’ But Should We? Part 1

By James Albright May 05, 2021
In the years I had flying that airplane I slowly began to understand that before saying “We can do that!” the better thought would have been, “Should we do that?”
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Fast Five: Germany's Private Aviation Rebound

David Hughes May 04, 2021
European Air Service Group CEO Laurent Gauthier speaks to BCA
Business Aviation

‘Excel’lent Performance

By Paul Seidenman May 04, 2021
It’s a sellers’ market for the Cessna midsize jet
Aircraft & Propulsion

Viewpoint: Expanded Envelope Exercises Valuable In Higher-End Aircraft

Ed Wischmeyer ATP/CFII, Ph.D. Apr 30, 2021
if pilots have seen and experienced a variety of flight sensations in the airplanes that they normally fly, they are less likely to suffer skills degradation when an unfamiliar situation occurs.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Operators’ Feedback on Midsize Citation Excel

By Paul Seidenman Apr 30, 2021
Operators provide feedback on dispatch reliability, costs, mission.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Ground Support Equipment: Specialized And Efficient

By Paul Seidenman Apr 30, 2021
From simple tow bars to lavatory service and ground power units, ground service equipment for the business aircraft and helicopter markets is designed for greater efficiency, longer ease of maintenance and longer service life. 
Business Aviation

Fast Five: Jack Pelton, EAA Chairman, CEO

By Molly McMillin Apr 30, 2021
Jack Pelton became chairman of the Experimental Aircraft Association in 2012 and was named CEO in 2015. Pelton previously served as Cessna Aircraft…
Business Aviation

Checklist: Flying In Icing Conditions

By Molly McMillin Apr 28, 2021
Icing can accumulate on an aircraft quickly and can have a devastating effect when it does. Weather-related accidents have been on the decline,…
Safety, Ops & Regulation