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A long-planned regulatory change that will alter the operations of many business aircraft in Europe will go into effect August 25, 2016.
Mary Serocki is a concierge service representative at the Textron Aviation service facility in Milwaukee.
Across the globe, pilots flying in and out of international and regional airports rely on a collection of communications, navigation and surveillance systems to operate safely.
Alicia Donaldson is Textron Aviation’s support lead for 1CALL, a team tasked with finding quick solutions that get customers with AOG and unscheduled maintenance needs flying again.
Today, a new hospital on San Juan Island, just off Washington state’s mainland, means babies are more likely to be born in a doctor’s care than at home, in the back of an airplane or on the tarmac.
A day of playing in the snow in the Nevada mountains turned frightening for a young family of six after the Jeep in which they were traveling swerved off the road and flipped upside down.
When travelling professionals make the move from the main terminal to the FBO, they usually first do so through charter services or fractional aircraft ownership experiences.
Buying, selling and managing property on a large scale requires covering vast distances quickly and efficiently.
With the lower-than-expected acquisition and operating costs, very light business jets are competing head-to-head with high-performance, single-engine turboprops.
Even as a child, Peter Tinsman had loved airplanes and wanted to learn to fly, but it wasn’t until he spooled down his responsibilities at work in Dubuque, Iowa, that Tinsman finally had time to devote to his lifelong dream.
For many European charter companies, executive turboprops are the aircraft of choice, providing the ideal balance of short-field accessibility, roomy cabins, mission flexibility and low acquisition and operating costs.
For The Wonderful Company, upgrading its 7,000-hour Beechcraft® King Air® C90GTx with the Garmin G1000 avionics suite had long been a wish-list item.