News Of Business Aviation Promotions, Appointments And Honors

By Jessica A. Salerno Feb 25, 2020
News Of Business Aviation Promotions, Appointments And Honors
Business Aviation

Garvey Named Aviation Living Legend

By Frank Craven Feb 24, 2020
William Garvey, editor-in-chief of Business & Commercial Aviation, was inducted into the “Living Legends of Aviation” in Beverly Hills, California on Jan. 16.
Business Aviation

Pixie Powered: Is A New Air Age Dawning?

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
I wonder if another chapter in motorized movement is aborning right now. The research effort is unlike anything I have ever known. The excitement of those involved is palpable and the energy of the movement is seemingly unstoppable and inexhaustible.
Business Aviation

Readers’ Feedback, March 2020

By Jessica A. Salerno Feb 24, 2020
Readers comment on previous articles.
Business Aviation

Fast Five – Questions For John Cudahy

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
Cudahy is president and CEO for the International Council of Air Shows. He is the air show community’s primary interface with military, local and national officials and federal regulators.
Business Aviation

Challenging Airports Test Piloting Competence, Attention To Detail

By David Esler Feb 24, 2020
The premise behind business aviation is the freedom to fly when and where business calls, unchained from the exigencies of the airlines. This means…
Business Aviation

Into The Black Void: The View Outside Provides No Information

Roger Cox Feb 24, 2020
There comes a time in every pilot’s life when upon rotating the airplane for takeoff, all that can be seen is total darkness.
Business Aviation

Accidents in Brief: Selected Accidents And Incidents In January

By Jessica A. Salerno Feb 24, 2020
Selected accidents and incidents in January. The following NTSB information is preliminary. 
Business Aviation

Three Fundamentals For When Things Go Wrong

By James Albright Feb 24, 2020
We aviators need to realize that our aircraft and flying environments are just too complicated to attack problems on an ad hoc basis. If you don’t have a valid reason for your action, don’t take the action.
Business Aviation

Learning From Test Pilots: Case Study—Challenger 604 Mega-Wake Upset

By Fred George Feb 24, 2020
The Bombardier Safety Standdown became an internal success and in 1999 the company opened it to outside flight departments whereupon it grew into an industry-wide model.
Business Aviation

Road Warriors Face Litany Of Safety And Security Threats

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Feb 24, 2020
As a business aviation professional, much of your career is spent in environments where threats to your personal safety and security lurk.
Business Aviation

Mobile Devices: Prime Theft Targets For Bad Actors

Feb 24, 2020
Keep track of your devices at all times. Due to their compact size, they are easy to lose or to have stolen.
Business Aviation

Travel Abroad Carries Additional Medical Threats

Feb 24, 2020
One out of three people traveling abroad experiences a related illness. On a typical two-week trip, travelers lose an average of three days due to illness, and almost 20% will remain ill after returning home.
Business Aviation

About Medical Insurance Coverage For Travelers

Feb 24, 2020
There are differences in the types of medical insurance that travelers are offered.
Business Aviation

Medical Help From Afar: Some Vendors Can Find Solutions

Feb 24, 2020
The resources and expertise needed to evaluate the medical, safety and security threats at a destination can be considerable, far beyond the in-house resources of even the largest flight departments.
Business Aviation

Beechjet 400A: Third-Generation Diamond II Is A Gem

By Fred George Feb 24, 2020
A reconditioned Beechjet 400A offers one of the most comfortable cabins in the light-jet class, reasonable operating costs and rock-solid dispatch reliability.
Business Aviation

Previews Of Business Aviation Products And Services

By Jessica A. Salerno Feb 24, 2020
Previews Of Business Aviation Products And Services
Business Aviation

Business And Commercial Aviation News From March 1970

By Jessica A. Salerno Feb 24, 2020
Business And Commercial Aviation News From March 1970
Business Aviation

Jet-A and Avgas Per-Gallon Fuel Prices – February 2020

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
The tables above show results of a fuel price survey of U.S. fuel suppliers performed in February 2020. This survey was conducted by Aviation…
Business Aviation

Virus Worries Affect Business Aviation Conventions And Shows

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
Worries over the coronavirus have affected business aviation show-going in a big way. On Feb. 7 the National Business Aviation Association announced the cancellation of the Asian Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition.
Business Aviation

PC-24 Receives Full Rough-Field Certification

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
The Pilatus PC-24 received full rough-field certification for takeoffs and landings on grass, wet earth and snow from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency.
Business Aviation

Bombardier Expands In Europe

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
Bombardier is strengthening its European customer support network with the expansion of its London Biggin Hill Service Center.
Business Aviation

Embraer 300E Undergoing Upgrade

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
The Embraer Phenom 300E is undergoing an upgrade with improvements to performance, comfort and technology, as well as being offered with an optional new refined interior.
Business Aviation

Gulfstream Posts Most Orders In Decade

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
Orders for Gulfstream business jets in 2019 were the most in more than a decade and the second highest ever, buoyed by demand for its new models, according to parent company General Dynamics.
Business Aviation

Textron Aviation Sees Flat Deliveries In 2020

By William Garvey Feb 24, 2020
Textron Aviation expects deliveries to remain flat in 2020, as the ramp-up in production of the Citation Longitude super-midsize jet is offset by a reduction in demand for legacy aircraft.
Business Aviation

 

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