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FAA Split: Trump Proposal Murky On Trust Fund Tax Cut


The Trump administration's budget plan for FAA ‘privatization' does not add up The Trump administration's budget plan for FAA “privatization” appears to give back more in tax breaks than it would bring in. read more Read more here:: FAA Split: Trump Proposal Murky On Trust Fund Tax Cut… Read more ...

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EBACE2017 Showcases Energy and Strength of Business Aviation in Europe


As the final day of the 2017 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2017) wrapped up, organizers said the show was one of the most successful in recent memory, reinforcing its reputation as the industry's most important event in Europe. Read more here:: EBACE2017 Showcases Energy and Strength of Business Aviation in Europe… Read more ...

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Essential iPad accessories: our annual gear roundup


By John Zimmerman A few carefully chosen accessories can make the iPad so much more powerful and easy-to-use. Here's our list of the accessories you should consider, and our top recommendations. ... Read more here:: Essential iPad accessories: our annual gear roundup… Read more ...

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Startup AirspaceX Pursues Tiltwing Electric VTOL


AirspaceX, a new company set up by design house Detroit Aircraft, is developing a tail-sitting electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft that can carry modular payloads, including a four-seat passenger cabin for air taxi operations. read more Read more here:: Startup AirspaceX Pursues Tiltwing Electric VTOL… Read more ...

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ForeFlight, Jeppesen Form Strategic Alliance


ForeFlight, one of the aviation industry's leading providers of mobile electronic flight bag applications, and Jeppesen, a global powerhouse in aeronautical data, are teaming up to offer a broad range of products to business and general aviation, military and airline customers. read more Read more here:: ForeFlight, Jeppesen Form Strategic Alliance… Read more ...

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Amber Aviation Launches Aircraft Management Services


Shenzhen, China-based Amber Aviation has launched its business jet management services. The company was founded by Chairman Chang Qiu Sheng. It will also have an office in Hong Kong. read more Read more here:: Amber Aviation Launches Aircraft Management Services… Read more ...

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Gulfstream Adds Third G600 Flight-Test Aircraft


Gulfstream Aerospace has added its third G600 aircraft to its flight-test program. The aircraft completed its first flight May 5 and will undergo numerous system tests required for FAA certification, expected in 2018. read more Read more here:: Gulfstream Adds Third G600 Flight-Test Aircraft… Read more ...

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Jet Aviation Signs Agreement With Pazos FBO In Puerto Rico


Jet Aviation has signed an FBO management agreement with Pazos FBO at Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in Puerto Rico. It is the only FBO in Puerto Rico with a full-service on-site U.S. Customs and Border Protection terminal for customs, immigration and agriculture processing of international flights. read more Read more here:: Jet Aviation Signs Agreement With Pazos FBO In Puerto Rico… Read more ...

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Duncan Releases New Bizjet Model/Market Summary


Duncan Aviation has released a new edition of its Business Jet Model/Market Summary, an initial introduction and overview of market conditions. read more Read more here:: Duncan Releases New Bizjet Model/Market Summary… Read more ...

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Uber Partners For eVTOL Service In 2023


Uber announces partnerships with vehicle developers and infrastructure providers to support its planned electric vertical takeoff and landing flight demonstrations in Dallas and Dubai in 2020. read more Read more here:: Uber Partners For eVTOL Service In 2023… Read more ...

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Cessna Won't Cut Jobs As Mustang Assembly Ceases


Textron Aviation ended production of its Model 510 Cessna Citation Mustang light jet on May 11. No jobs will be lost as a result, as Textron Aviation is moving production of its Caravan turboprop to the plant where the Mustang was assembled. read more Read more here:: Cessna Won't Cut Jobs As Mustang Assembly Ceases… Read more ...

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Amstat: Light, Medium Bizjet Resale Markets Off To Good Start


The medium and light business jet resale markets began 2017 with two of the best first quarters in the past 10 years, according to a report by market research company Amstat. read more Read more here:: Amstat: Light, Medium Bizjet Resale Markets Off To Good Start… Read more ...

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Cirrus Ramping Up Vision Jet Production To One Per Week


Cirrus Aircraft was awarded the FAA's production certificate for its SF 50 Vision jet on May 2, and will begin producing the single-engine, single-pilot personal jets at a rate of one per week. read more Read more here:: Cirrus Ramping Up Vision Jet Production To One Per Week… Read more ...

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Large Jet Ops Up At London Oxford Airport


London Oxford Airport is seeing an increase in large business jets using its facilities this year. Its FBO has seen a 37% increase in large jet movements and a 46% increase over the past two years, the airport reports. read more Read more here:: Large Jet Ops Up At London Oxford Airport… Read more ...

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CVR Recording For Challenger N115WF


CVR Recording for Challenger N115WF: Shortly past noon on Jan. 5, 2014, a Bombardier CL-600-2B16 Challenger crashed during a landing attempt on Runway 15 at Colorado's Aspen-Pitkin County Airport/Sardy Field (ASE). The information below, from the NTSB report, is a record of what went on in the cockpit as the approach became unstabilized and the flight came to grief. read more Read more here:: CVR Recording For Challenger N115WF… Read more ...

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Falcon 8X Receives OK For London City Airport


Dassault's new Falcon 8X ultra-long-range jet has received approval to operate at London City Airport, which has some of the most restrictive steep approach and noise abatement regulations in business aviation. read more Read more here:: Falcon 8X Receives OK For London City Airport… Read more ...

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Tradewind Aviation Adds Pilatus PC-12 To Fleet


Tradewind Aviation, which operates shuttle and on-demand flights in the U.S. and Caribbean, has added three Pilatus PC-12 eight-seat aircraft to its fleet as well as a hub at Hanscom Field in Bedford, Massachusetts. Tradewind, which operates scheduled service from Westchester County Airport in New York, now operates 21 aircraft, including 18 PC-12s and three Cessna Citations. read more Read more here:: Tradewind Aviation Adds Pilatus PC-12 To Fleet… Read more ...

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Poor Decisions: Unstabilized Approach, Vicious Winds Trigger Crash


A highly experienced Mexican crew with newly minted Bombardier Challenger type ratings attempted an approach into one of business aviation's toughest airports with adverse winds on Jan. 5, 2014. The result was tragic. read more Read more here:: Poor Decisions: Unstabilized Approach, Vicious Winds Trigger Crash… Read more ...

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Third Global 7000 Flight Test Vehicle Flies For First Time


Bombardier's third Global 7000 flight test aircraft flew for the first time May 10 and has entered the flight-test program. It will soon join Bombardier's flight-test center in Wichita. read more Read more here:: Third Global 7000 Flight Test Vehicle Flies For First Time… Read more ...

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Key Milestone: TSO Submittal For Universal Avionics InSight


The engineering of Universal Avionics' InSight display system is now fulfilled, and the company is working toward completion of the STC and TSO package in preparation for TIA. read more Read more here:: Key Milestone: TSO Submittal For Universal Avionics InSight… Read more ...

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