» Philjets Now Largest Operator Of Airbus Helos In Philippines
04/27/17 22:59 from Business Aviation
PhilJets Group will be the Philippines’ largest operator of Airbus helicopters, following its new order for one twin-engine H145 and two single-engine H130s. read more

» Air Associates Storm Damage Restoration Update
04/27/17 10:15 from AC-U-KWIK Alert
A severe thunderstorm with straight line winds of 80-85mph blew through the Johnson County Executive Airport (KOJC) in Olathe, Kansas on the evening of March 6, 2017.

» Air Associates Cleaning up After Severe Storm
04/27/17 10:15 from AC-U-KWIK Alert
Air Associates of Kansas, an FBO, charter operator and flight school based at Johnson County Executive Airport (KOJC) in Olathe, Kan., continues to restore its facilities after 80-85 mph straight line winds on March 6 caused significant ...

» Pre-Owned Business Aircraft Market Graphs from the Spring 2017 Marketline
04/27/17 09:15 from Marketline
All of the listed aircraft have a composite score that is presented in the Used Aircraft Market graph. Data points are represented in relationship to the respective new delivered historical price that is equal to 100%. The measure of cha...

» GE Aviation Requests EASA Certification For H Series Engine
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
GE Aviation has submitted a type certification request to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for its H Series aerobatic engine. The powerplant features a single lever to control both the engine and propeller, which the manufactur...

» Tecnam Launches Slot Deposits For P2012 Traveler
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
Tecnam has launched a slot-deposit program for its P2012 Traveler. The high-wing, 11-seat piston twin lists for $2.35 million. A deposit of $107,000 allows customers to take delivery positions in 2019 and freezes the pricing. read more

» AOPA Requests Internal Accident Review From NTSB
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association is asking the National Transportation Safety Board to conduct an internal review, saying the safety board has approved speculative probable-cause reports related to general aviation accidents de...

» The Opposition To ATC Privatization Must Stand United
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
The ongoing fight over the privatization of the U.S. air traffic control system, an idea Cessna Chairman Emeritus Russ Meyer last year characterized as “a disaster for general aviation,” has produced some curious, possibly concerning, si...

» Reader's Feedback (May 2017)
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
BCA readers share their opinions on articles we published. read more

» Boeing, JetBlue Back Hybrid-Electric Aircraft
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
A startup with backing from Boeing and JetBlue Airways is designing a hybrid-electric regional aircraft that could enter service in the early 2020s. Zunum Aero aims to revitalize regional air transport by offering dramatically lower oper...

» Dater Plans Deliveries Of New Upgraded TBM 910
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
Daher has another upgraded version of its PT6-powered TBM 900 series. The new TBM 910 features a Garmin G1000 NXi flight deck, new cabin seat shapes and additional fittings. Deliveries will begin after certification, which is expected sh...

» Quest's Kodiak 100 Wins EASA Certification
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
Quest Aircraft's Kodiak 100 has received certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The award raises the total number of countries in which the utility single-engine turboprop is certified to more than 50. The award w...

» Jet-A, Avgas Per-Gallon Fuel Prices—April 2017
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
Jet-A and avgas per-gallon fuel prices—April 2017 read more

» Embraer Delivers 400th Phenom 300
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
Embraer has delivered its 400th Phenom 300. The aircraft was delivered to Daniel Randolph, CEO of EliteJets.com, a startup charter company based in Naples, Florida, whose fleet includes four Phenom 300s and one Legacy 500. read more

» PC-12 NG Receives EASA Commercial Approval
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
The Pilatus PC-12 NG has been approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency for commercial operations in Europe. The decision means the single-engine turboprop can be operated commercially at night and under instrument flight rules acr...

» Continental Delivers Engine No. 5,000
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
Continental Motors has delivered its 5,000th CD-100 Series engine. The company, which is based in Mobile, Alabama, has produced the engine for 15 years, and the series Jet A-fueled piston engines have surpassed 5.25 million flight hours....

» 'Embracing Change' in the UK
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
We are not talking about Brexit, although it looks like there will be be lots of change for the British to embrace when the UK abandons the European Union. read more

» Harlow Develops Autothrottle For General Aviation Market
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
Harlow Aerostructures, a component supplier to the aviation industry, has developed its first autothrottle for new general aviation aircraft. read more

» Glut Of Used Aircraft Could Feed New Charter Concepts
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
The flow of relatively young, high-time business jets exiting the fleets of fractional ownership companies could allow whole ownership for first-time buyers while supporting a vigorous charter business that could nearly cover the cost of...

» CIT Exits Aviation Leasing Market
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
CIT Group marked the end of an era April 4 as the financial holding company exited the aircraft leasing market and closed the sale of its commercial aircraft leasing business to Avolon Holdings for a final purchase price of $10.4 billion...

» IBM Flight Department Founder Charles ‘Chuck’ McKinnon Dies at 101
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
Charles McKinnon, founder and retired manager of IBM's flight department, died March 30 in Trussville, Alabama. He was 101. read more

» 2017 Business Aircraft: Jet Operators Are Flying The Most Since 2009
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
Business jet operators are flying more than 4.3 million missions per year, the highest since 2009 and even more than in 2008 prior to the Great Recession. read more

» Pentastar Gets E-STC For Gulfstream GIV-X Data Technologies
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
Pentastar Aviation has received FAA certification of compatibility of wireless data technologies on Gulfstream Aerospace GIV-X (G350/G450) series aircraft, the company said. The Supplemental Type Certificate allows operators to approve t...

» Measuring LED Light Output, Now In Lumens
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
In the rapidly receding world of incandescent light bulbs, light produced is simply measured in watts. Today, LEDs are becoming the standard, but a number of other bulbs have appeared, with advantages and disadvantages. This expansion re...

» Business & Commercial Aviation News From May 1967
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
Business & Commercial Aviation news from May 1967. read more

» Jet Aviation Vienna Gains FAA Repair Station Approval
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
Jet Aviation's maintenance center in Vienna has gained FAA repair station approval and is registered to provide line and base maintenance services to all N-registered aircraft it is allowed to support. The Vienna facility provides mainte...

» High Points In The History Of LEDs
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
In a sense, aerospace provided a platform for worldwide recognition of LEDs when film director Stanley Kubrick teamed with watchmaker Hamilton to create a clock with glowing red digital numerals for his 1968 film, "2001: A Space Odyssey....

» News Of Promotions, Appointments And Honors (May 2017)
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
News of promotions, appointments and honors involving professionals within the business aviation community. read more

» FAA Issues Restrictions For UAVs Only
04/27/17 03:00 from BCA
The FAA has issued its first airspace restrictions that specifically apply only to unmanned aerial vehicles, banning flights under 400 ft. AGL within the boundaries of 133 military facilities. The special security restrictions took effec...

» Textron Diesel-Powered Cessna 172 Enters Training Fleet
04/27/17 03:00 from Business Aviation
In a surprise announcement,Textron Aviation reported that Purdue Aviation had committed to adding the diesel-powered Cessna 172 to its training fleet. FAA and EASA certifications of the Turbo Skyhawk JT-A are expected later this year. re...

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