Essentials of Tire Wear and Care, Part 1

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Mar 17, 2022
Proper adherence to maintenance and operational recommendations are vital to prevent undesirable tire wear and high-speed tire failures.
Maintenance & Training

New Jersey Seeks Building Proposals For Airport Land

By Bill Carey Mar 16, 2022
New Jersey authorities are seeking proposals from companies interested in developing a 400-acre parcel at Atlantic City International Airport for aviation facilities.
Airports & Routes

Joby Aviation Nearing Part 135 Certification

By Bill Carey Mar 15, 2022
Advanced air mobility vehicle developer Joby Aviation said March 15 that it is nearing completion of the application process to obtain an FAA Part 135 air carrier certificate.
Advanced Air Mobility

Cutter Aviation Breaks Ground On New Complex

By Bill Carey Mar 15, 2022
Fast-growing Cutter Aviation broke ground March 11 on a new $12 million hangar complex at Phoenix Deer Valley Airport (DVT) in Arizona.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Marketplace:  Uniform Suppliers Meet Crew Needs

By Paul Seidenman Mar 15, 2022
Manufacturers of uniforms offer custom and branded clothing for flight deck, cabin, lounge, ticketing, sales office and check-in personnel serving airlines and private aviation.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Aircraft Trusts and Transparency in Registrations

By Kent Jackson Mar 15, 2022
Aircraft trusts don’t threaten national security.
Business Aviation

Law Enforcement Early Adopter Hits Drone Milestone

By Bill Carey Mar 14, 2022
A city police department that was an early adopter of using drones for law enforcement purposes in the U.S. recently surpassed 10,000 missions.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Podcast: Russian Sanctions And The Impact On Business Aviation

By Molly McMillin Mar 12, 2022
Unprecedented sanctions on Russia following Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine are affecting every aspect of business aviation around the globe. What does it mean and what is to come?
Business Aviation

Viewpoint: Stringent Selection Will Help Prevent Pilot Shortage

Lee Woodward/Skyborne Airline Academy Mar 10, 2022
Enrolling with a flight school with the intention of becoming a commercial pilot should be a much more rigorous process than merely filling out a form, securing funding, and completing an often-informal interview. 
Maintenance & Training

Turbulence: Know When To Sit Down And Buckle Up

By Roger Cox Mar 10, 2022
On March 21, 2018 a Gulfstream GV descending to land at Miami International Airport (MIA) encountered turbulence and three of the five passengers…
Safety, Ops & Regulation

A Flight With Unreliable Airspeed, Part 2

By Roger Cox Mar 08, 2022
The experienced pilot lost control of the Cessna 421 because he lost indicated airspeed information in icing conditions.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

A Flight With Unreliable Airspeed, Part 1

By Roger Cox Mar 08, 2022
A highly experienced Air Force fighter pilot lost control of his recently acquired Cessna 421B in 2019 while flying in icing conditions.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Fast 5: Honda Aircraft CEO Reflects On Career, Future

By Molly McMillin Mar 08, 2022
A Q&A with Michimasa Fujino, Honda Aircraft founding president and CEO, who is retiring on March 31.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Airspace Closures Add Flight Hours For Corporations

By Bill Carey Mar 07, 2022
The closure of Russian airspace stemming from that country’s invasion of Ukraine is forcing international operators to divert from traditional routes between the U.S. to India and the Asia-Pacific region, adding hours to their flight time, says a corporate flight department chief pilot.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Opinion: Will Flight Data Monitoring Transform Safety?

Jessie Naor Mar 06, 2022
Small operators can begin leveraging the power of big data in their cockpits.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Professionalism: Doing The Right Thing Every Time

By Robert Sumwalt Mar 06, 2022
Professionals do the right things, even when no one is watching.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Russian-Operated Aircraft By Segment

By Lee Ann Shay Mar 04, 2022
A breakdown of the Russian-operated business aircraft fleet.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Upset Prevention, Part 3

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Mar 03, 2022
Attempting to counter the roll will likely make it worse.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Upset Prevention, Part 2

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Mar 02, 2022
Pilot perceptions and reactions are making these incidents worse.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Sky Aviation Grows, Breathes New Life Into Legacy Jets

By Bill Carey Mar 01, 2022
Demand for maintenance and upgrades for legacy jets is fueling expansion.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Upset Prevention, Part 1

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Mar 01, 2022
How should a flight crew properly react to minimize an aircraft’s unwanted motions and allow it to return to a stable trajectory?
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Wine Country Airport Installs Solar Canopy

By Bill Carey Feb 28, 2022
Sonoma airport that serves business aviation adds solar power.
Sustainability

N.C. Forest Service Relocates Air Hub To New Hangars

By Bill Carey Feb 25, 2022
The North Carolina Forest Service (NCFS) has moved into a new $7 million hangar complex at Duplin County Airport in Kenansville, North Carolina.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

Sheltair Location Will Be Norse Atlantic Base

By Bill Carey Feb 22, 2022
Norwegian discount airline startup Norse Atlantic Airways has chosen the Sheltair Aviation complex at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE) as its U.S. administrative headquarters.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Addison Airport Christens New Customs Facility

By Bill Carey Feb 22, 2022
Addison Airport (KADS) in Addison, Texas, has opened a new U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing center and airport administration building as part of a major renovation of facilities.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers