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The Falcon 6X S/N 5 departed France today at 9:09 a.m. Central European Time.
Bell commercial helicopter deliveries edge higher in the fourth quarter and year.
Universal Aviation has expanded its European ground handling network through a partnership with Andalucia Aviation.
With the participants in the big game almost set, the FAA is honing its plans to help make the busy aviation week run smoothly.
Aircraft flown single-pilot are 30 percent more likely to be in an accident, making it important for these pilots to improve their risk-management skills.
Since 2007, the training division of TAG Aviation has instructed more than 31,000 pilots, cabin crew, and others through ground school courses.
Global Aviation Tehnologies will provide sales and installation of SmartSky Networks connectivity equipment.
HAI unveiled its program in October to provide small and cost-conscious operators assistance with implementing SMS.
Textron Aviation's deliveries and revenue were down in the fourth quarter but up for the full year—as was a $4.1 billion backlog.
ExecuJet has expanded its reach in the Australasia region with the purchase of Air Center One, an FBO at New Zealand’s Auckland International Airport.