Podcast: Fast Five With Flight School Association Chief Robert Rockmaker

By William Garvey Oct 15, 2020
The founder, president and CEO of the Flight School Association of North America, discusses how the organization benefits student pilots as well as…
Business Aviation

Leader Interview: George Bye, Bye Aerospace

By Graham Warwick Oct 08, 2020
George Bye is the founder and CEO of Bye Aerospace, the company behind the all-electric eFlyer. In this conversation, Aviation Week’s Graham Warwick…
Leader Interviews

Military Sales Bolster Bizjet Demand

By Steve Trimble Oct 07, 2020
U.S. Army, Luftwaffe, an undisclosed European military and the United Arab Emirates armed forces each boosted the fortunes of the special mission derivative market for large business jets this year.
Business Aviation Week

AP Completion Services Delivers 11th Global 7500

By Angus Batey Oct 07, 2020
AP Completion estimates it has managed the completions of about 40% of the Bombardier G7500 business jets in service.
Business Aviation Week

Leader Interview: Ron Draper, Textron Aviation

By Molly McMillin Oct 07, 2020
Ron Draper is the president and CEO of Textron Aviation, which builds and services Beechcraft, Cessna and Hawker products. He tells Molly McMillin, editor-in-chief of The Weekly of Business Aviation, how his company has been weathering the COVID-19 crisis and why the recovery will be different from the 2008 financial crash.
Leader Interviews

Leader Interview: Chad Anderson, Jetcraft

By John Morris Oct 07, 2020
Chad Anderson is president of global broker and sales company Jetcraft. He tells Aviation Week Network's John Morris about the extraordinary shifts that are happening in the market as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
Leader Interviews

Webinar: Pre-Owned vs New: Post-Pandemic Dynamics

Oct 06, 2020
The last major recession unleashed a flood of private jets onto the market, causing prices to collapse. This downturn may be different, and values…

How Business Aviation Is Making The Skies Greener

By Angus Batey Oct 06, 2020
Business aviation is slowly but steadily recognizing the need to adopt sustainable aviation fuel.
Business Aviation Week

XOJet Refurbishing Challenger, Citation X Aircraft

By Molly McMillin Oct 06, 2020
Citation Xs might be in their second decade, but they are still popular.
Business Aviation Week

35 Years Ago In Aviation Week

By William Garvey Oct 06, 2020
How Gulfstream and Rolls-Royce teamed on the G4.
Business Aviation Week

Leader Interview: Brad Thress, FlightSafety International

By Bill Carey Oct 06, 2020
Brad Thress, President and CEO of FlightSafety International, joined the aviation training and simulation company from Textron in February, just as the COVID-19 pandemic began to unfold.
Leader Interviews

Leader Interview: Ali Alnaqbi, MEBAA

By John Morris Oct 06, 2020
The Middle East & North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) was forced to postpone its annual show that was scheduled for December, but the organization’s founding and executive chairman Ali Alnaqbi is hopeful the rescheduled event will go ahead in February 2021.
Leader Interviews

Leader Interview: David Coleal, Bombardier Aviation

By Molly McMillin Oct 05, 2020
David Coleal is the outgoing president of Bombardier Aviation. Molly McMillin, editor-in-chief of The Weekly of Business Aviation, spoke to him just days before his departure was announced on Oct. 1 for Business Aviation Week 2020 about how the business jet-maker was adapting to the new business environment following the outbreak of COVID-19.
Leader Interviews

Leader Interview: Robert Fisch, Luxaviation

By John Morris Oct 05, 2020
Robert Fisch is president of aviation services at Luxaviation, one of the world’s largest private aircraft operators. As part of Business Aviation Week 2020, John Morris, editor-in-chief of Aviation Week’s ShowNews, speaks to him about how Luxaviation sees the market amid the pandemic.
Leader Interviews

Corporate Angel Network Holds Virtual Auction

Oct 02, 2020
Corporate Angel Network’s (CAN) annual auction and cocktail fundraiser typically is held on the second night of the National Business Aviation…
Business Aviation Week

Sleepy Little Airports, Ready To Accommodate All

By William Garvey Sep 17, 2020
Over 5,000 airports providing jobs, facilitating commerce and easing the pandemic crisis.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Being There: The Ineffable Power Of Presence

By William Garvey Sep 16, 2020
While video provides value in very many ways, the importance of actually being there is beyond measure. And that’s the gift business aviation facilitates so magnificently.
Business Aviation

Readers’ Feedback, October 2020

By Jessica A. Salerno Sep 16, 2020
Readers comment on articles in past issues of BCA.
Business Aviation

Wither Analog NavAids? What’s Next In The NextGen Age

By David Esler Sep 16, 2020
When the FAA conceived NextGen as the long-awaited modernization of the U.S. air traffic control system, it hooked its progeny to the Global Positioning System.
Business Aviation

Aviation Groups Advocate For Navaid Preservation

Sep 16, 2020
Aviation groups have been actively engaged with the FAA in the development of the Minimum Operational Network of legacy navaids.
Business Aviation

Third-Gen GPS Constellation Launched

Sep 16, 2020
The third Block IIIA satellite supporting the third generation of GPS was launched June 30 aboard a Space X Falcon 9 rocket.
Business Aviation

U.S., European Companies In. GPS Tech Backup Study

Sep 16, 2020
The U.S. Transportation Dept. has selected nine high-tech companies to demonstrate technologies that could support air traffic movement and management should GPS become unusable.
Business Aviation

Explaining The Differences Between ADS-B Vs. ADS-C

Sep 16, 2020
What is the difference between ADS-C, or FANS 1/A, the oceanic surveillance system used especially in the North Atlantic, and ADS-B?
Business Aviation

Committed To Stop: Go Around Or Ride It Out?

Roger Cox Sep 16, 2020
The lack of accurate, timely information about the amount and nature of runway contamination has been a factor in too many accidents.
Business Aviation

Accidents In Brief: Selected Accidents And Incidents In August

By Jessica A. Salerno Sep 16, 2020
Selected accidents and incidents in August 2020. The following NTSB information is preliminary. 
Business Aviation