Knowing Who Caused An Aircraft Accident Is Key To Prevention

By James Albright Apr 01, 2020
Pilots are rarely the only ones to blame. Rather airlines, military services and other operators make decisions that result in situations which lead to accidents.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Tilting The PT6C-67A Turboshaft For The AW609

Mar 24, 2020
For the AW609 tiltrotor, Pratt & Whitney Canada had to modify its PT6C turboshaft so t could operate through a 95-deg. arc at high-power settings.
Business Aviation

AW609 Dimensions And Footprint

Mar 24, 2020
At first glance, the AW609 might seem like a ramp hog, but actually it has about the same footprint as midsize turboprops and helicopters.
Business Aviation

Fast Five – Questions For Kenny Dichter

By William Garvey Mar 23, 2020
Kenny Dichter, founder and CEO of Wheels Up, answers questions about his travel membership program.
Business Aviation

Oceanic Fuel Planning: Staying Legal And Safe

By James Albright Mar 23, 2020
Is fuel planning for an oceanic trip just another mundane task or does it force you back into a more primal stage of pilotage?
Business Aviation

Who Says It’s Ready? Exemplary Performance Broken Airplanes

By Ross Detwiler Mar 23, 2020
Sometimes you read an accident or incident report and when you’re done, you feel desperation for the operation’s safety hogan.
Business Aviation

Selected Accidents And Incidents In February

By Jessica A. Salerno Mar 23, 2020
Selected accidents and incidents in February. The following NTSB information is preliminary. 
Business Aviation

Are 0.935 Mmo And 51,000 ft. Hard Limits?

By Fred George Mar 23, 2020
Operators now expect new aircraft to fly efficiently at 490-500 KTAS and soar into the mid to upper 40s.
Business Aviation

Damage From Turbulence, Upsets Can Evade Inspections

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Mar 23, 2020
Airline pilots report 5,500 severe or greater turbulence encounters annually. There are tough on crews, their passengers and the airframe.
Business Aviation

AIR21 Protects Pilot Whistleblowers

Mar 23, 2020
An airline’s Flight Operations Manual, in cases or turbulence, requires pilots to log severe encounters and order the aircraft be inspected.
Business Aviation

Manual Describes How To Look For Post-Turbulence Stress

Mar 23, 2020
"When the conditional inspection tells you to 'examine' a component, look for these conditions (replace or repair the components, if necessary)."
Business Aviation

This Cessna Citation '. . . Should Never Have Flown'

Mar 23, 2020
APU power cord was still attached when the aircraft was moved. The cord snapped free and left beneath sheet metal around the power receptacle.
Business Aviation

AW609: Bringing Tiltrotor Technology To Civil Aviation

By David Esler Mar 23, 2020
For flight departments with a need to service a corporate territory with a 700-nm radius and a paucity of airports, it could offer a solution.
Business Aviation

Vortex Ring State And Other Tiltrotor Controversies

Mar 23, 2020
Tiltrotor technology has been hard won.
Business Aviation

Part 91 Department Inspections: The FAA Is Coming

By Kent Jackson Mar 23, 2020
Compliance studies are underway, and they have resulted in increased scrutiny of business aircraft leasing and reimbursements.
Business Aviation

Phenom 300: Strong Hold On First Place In Light Jets

By Fred George Mar 23, 2020
Historically, only about 5% of Phenom 300s have been on the resale market. No wonder.
Business Aviation

News Of Promotions, Appointments And Honors

By Jessica A. Salerno Mar 23, 2020
News of business aviation promotions, appointments and honors.
Business Aviation

Business And Commercial Aviation News From April 1970

By Jessica A. Salerno Mar 23, 2020
Business And Commercial Aviation News from April 1970
Business Aviation

Sound Ground Procedures

Mar 23, 2020
Any reading of the two incidents cited in this month’s Cause & Circumstance to a group of aviation professionals would likely result in the same…
Business Aviation

Readers’ Feedback, April 2020

By Jessica A. Salerno Mar 20, 2020
Readers comment on previous articles.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Splendid Six: They Continue A Tradition Of Excellence

By William Garvey Mar 20, 2020
This year’s Laureates continued a tradition of business aviation leading the way in innovation and are most deserving of thanks and applause.
Business Aviation

Gulfstream G700 Completes First Flight

By William Garvey Mar 20, 2020
First deliveries of Gulfstream’s longest-range and roomiest business jet are planned for 2022.
Business Aviation

Asian Bizav Fleet To Grow 2.5% Per Year

By William Garvey Mar 20, 2020
In the next 10 years, the business aircraft fleet in Asia is expected to grow to nearly 1,395 aircraft by 2029 from 1,360 in 2020,
Business Aviation

Business Jet Deliveries Rise At Embraer In 2019

By William Garvey Mar 20, 2020
Embraer delivered 109 business jets in 2019—62 light jets and 47 large jets—up from 91 in 2018.
Business Aviation

Airbus Helicopters Deliveries Rise In 2019

By William Garvey Mar 20, 2020
Airbus Helicopters delivered 332 rotorcraft in 2019 compared to 323 in 2018.
Business Aviation

 

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