Thursday, September 21, 2017
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Fully outfitted Gulfstream G600 completes first flight
One Aviation turns Project Canada into Eclipse EA700
Pilatus to end production of legendary Porter PC-6
Bell 505 Jet Ranger X receives FAA type certificate
Norwegian launch customer confirmed for Marenco SKYe helicopter
Marenco Swisshelicopter (MSH) has announced a launch customer contract with Tronrud Engineering AS from Norway. The Swiss made single-turbine SKYe SH09 helicopter will be...
Dassault Falcon 5X makes first flight
Dassault Aviation’s all-new Falcon 5X has made its first flight. The aircraft took off today, Wednesday 5 July, from Dassault’s Bordeaux-Mérignac final assembly facility...
Business Aviation traffic shows robust growth in Europe
European business aviation traffic was up 7.6% in May from a year earlier, continuing a positive trend in the previous six months, the European...
Hendell Aviation and Fly7 advise on SET-IMC ops
Buoyed by EASA’s approval to allow single-engine turboprops to fly commercially in IFR conditions and at night, two leading Pilatus PC-12 operators, Hendell Aviation...
Airbus Corporate Helicopters launched at EBACE
Airbus Helicopters has launched Airbus Corporate Helicopters (ACH) to manage its private and business aviation helicopter business. It matches Airbus's fixed wing equivalent, Airbus...
Bombardier unveils Premier Cabin for Global range
Bombardier has unveiled a highly sophisticated and meticulously crafted new Premier cabin for its Global 5000 and Global 6000 business jets at EBACE2017. The new...
CAA & EASA Regulations
CAA and Border Force carry out GA airfield checks
Pilots, passengers and aircraft arriving at five UK airfields were recently subject to on-the-spot checks in a multi-agency initiative led by the UK Civil...
Flying Colours installs Rockwell Collins FANS 1/A and ADS-B Out
Flying Colours Corp has delivered the first Canadian registered aircraft to have the Rockwell Collins network’s Future Airspace Navigation System (FANS) 1/A upgrade installed...
First operator to secure Part-SPO for aerial surveys
Part-SPO declaration issued by CAA
CAA & EASA Regulations
Snowdonia Aerospace Centre thrives at Llanbedr Airfield
BBA and Gama merge US aircraft management and charter interests
Jeppesen Operator – the ‘D-I-Y’ business aviation dept
Ferry Flight Story
Cirrus Vision Jet
Global 7000 First Flight
Citation Longitude: The evolution leads to a revolution
Introducing the Phenom 100 EV by Embraer
Airbus Helicopters’ second H160 prototype takes off
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd - PC-24 Maiden Flight
Diamond launches DA62 MPP special mission aircraft
Diamond Aircraft has launched a DA62 version of its special/multi mission MPP aircraft. It's a development of its existing DA42 MPP which has sold...
HondaJets for new Isle of Man fractional ownership
VIDEO Honda Aircraft Company has received multiple orders for the HondaJet from a new hybrid fractional ownership programme called FlyHonda, based in the Isle...
AMAC delivers BBJ, picks up first ACJ320neo
AMAC Aerospace has successfully completed and returned to service its first BBJ demonstrator project. The 12-month project is distinguished by a variety of bespoke furniture,...
Cessna Citation Longitude makes European debut
Textron Aviation is displaying its new super-midsize Cessna Citation Longitude for the first time in Europe at EBACE. The Longitude on display is the...
VistaJet abolishes ferry fees in industry-first move
VistaJet has abolished ferry flight fees ('positioning fees') for new customers globally. The committment applies no matter where in the world a customer is...
Garmin launches first Head-Up Display
Garmin has launched its first Head-up Display, the GHD 2100. It's for super-midsize, midsize and light business aircraft and the launch customer will be...
Cessna delivers the final Mustang Very Light Jet
Remember the mid-2000s euphoria and hype about the Very Light Jet, the VLJ? It was started by Eclipse with its mass production plan for...
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