SAF Must Be Scaled To Meet ‘Net-Zero’ Pledge, Part 1
Service providers are making progress in sparking demand for SAF in business aviation, but the heavier lift is on the supply side.  
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20/Twenty: Airbus ACJs Offer Room And Range

By Bill Carey Nov 29, 2022
Since it first entered the corporate aviation field, Airbus has produced Airbus Corporate Jets across its portfolio of narrow- and widebody airliners, from A318s through A350s.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Revisiting Another Wrong Runway Landing

By Roger Cox Nov 23, 2022
A Learjet 55 lands on the wrong runway at Jeffersonville, Indiana.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Viewpoint: It’s Time To Rethink Warbird Flights At Airshows

By James Albright Nov 23, 2022
Was the loss of life and aircraft justified by the entertainment value of the airshow crowd?
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Sun Air Taps Satcom Direct For Cockpit Connectivity

By Bill Carey Nov 22, 2022
Sun Air Jets has named Satcom Direct (SD) as its preferred supplier of flight deck datalink connectivity for its fleet of managed and charter aircraft.
Interiors & Connectivity
Avfuel, Atlantic Aviation Extend SAF Partnership
Avfuel Corp. and FBO Atlantic Aviation have extended their supply agreement for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to include all four of Atlantic’s Colorado locations.
natalia.pelayo… Tue, 11/22/2022 - 20:13
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Viewpoint: Takeoff To Kickoff -- Preparing For Travel To The World Cup

Clément Meersseman/AviationManuals Nov 22, 2022
As with many other destinations and events around the world, operators that prepare in advance to fly to the World Cup, are up to date on the latest information, and have their documentation readily available will experience a much easier, safer, and compliant trip.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Data Tool: Used Business Aircraft Prices Increase

By Prachi Patel Nov 16, 2022
See how business aircraft prices have changed from the second to third quarter 2022.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Velis Electro Points To A Sustainable Future, Part 3

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Nov 16, 2022
Pipistrel’s engineering knowledge of electric propulsion dates to before 2007.
Aircraft & Propulsion

An Inside Look At The FAA Command Center

Rob Mark Nov 15, 2022
Each day, information gathering at the Hurley Air Traffic Control Center begins with a call from the Command Center’s National Traffic Management Officer at 0715 Eastern and every other hour after that until 2115 that evening. The call links all the major control towers, TRACONs, en route centers, port authorities, airlines, and affiliated stakeholders, such as the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), Airlines for America (A4A) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Velis Electro Points To A Sustainable Future, Part 2

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Nov 15, 2022
The Velis Electro was clearly designed to be simple to operate.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Dallas Airshow Victims Identified; This ‘Tragedy Affects Us All’

By Molly McMillin Nov 15, 2022
All five crew members on the Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress bomber and one in the Bell P-63F Kingcobra fighter were killed in the accident, which happened at the Wings Over Dallas airshow.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Viewpoint: Five Ways Flight Crews Can Increase Energy, Reduce Risk And Enjoy Life On The Road

Marj Melchreit Nov 15, 2022
Keeping talented employees healthy and capable has never been more important, not just for business but for safety as well.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Velis Electro Points To A Sustainable Future, Part 1

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Nov 14, 2022
Pipistrel’s Velis Electro is the world’s first type-certified electric aircraft, revealing the potential of sustainable energy for aviation’s future.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Video: A Look Inside Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Simulators

By Matthew Orloff Nov 14, 2022
At Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, flight training students become comfortable with basic principles in a simulated environment before moving into an aircraft.
Maintenance & Training

Checklist: Buying Your First Aircraft? 10 Things You Should Know

By Angus Batey Nov 11, 2022
In October, The Sherpa Report published its first Buyers’ Guide to private aircraft - an e-book made available to subscribers which looks at every step along the road to aircraft ownership. The project is the result, in part, of the post-COVID expansion business aviation’s user base.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Optima Aero Expands Its Europe Operations

By Prachi Patel Nov 11, 2022
Optima Aero Europe has expanded its presence in Europe by opening a new facility in Anglet, France.
Maintenance & Training

After The Aircraft Accident - Is Your FBO Ready?

By Molly McMillin Nov 09, 2022
If you’re a fixed base operator and there is an incident or accident, investigators will ask many questions about the events leading up to it to make sure everything was performed properly. Will your FBO be ready? 
Safety, Ops & Regulation

U.S. Jet-A Fuel Prices Rise In November

Nov 09, 2022
A summary of Jet-A fuel prices.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers
Charter Jets Introduces New Charter Client Protection
Charter Jets, a private jet charter provider, is now offering an option for customers to reserve replacement support coverage on charters booked within 10 days of departure. 
natalia.pelayo… Wed, 11/09/2022 - 20:03
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Hahn Air Foundation Celebrates 10th Anniversary
Hahn Air, the German scheduled and executive charter airline, is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its charity, the Hahn Air Foundation.
natalia.pelayo… Wed, 11/09/2022 - 13:38
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Aviation Safety Lessons From The Wisdom Of Cowboys
“There ain’t much learnin’ in the second kick of a mule,” and other aviation lessons to be found in the wisdom of cowboys and ranchers.
molly.mcmillin… Wed, 11/09/2022 - 02:58
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Sullying Sully?

By Robert Sumwalt Nov 08, 2022
The real story behind the miracle on the Hudson.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Parsing A Runway Excursion At Chicago Executive

By Roger Cox Nov 07, 2022
Why did a Learjet 60 exit a runway at Chicago Executive Airport?
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Fast 5: Charter On The Presidential Campaign Trail

By Matthew Orloff Nov 04, 2022
Advance work and chartering for high-profile clients.
Aircraft & Propulsion