It's been difficult to find positive signs in general aviation for almost three years. But more than 100 local Hawker job openings posted on job sites, can only be seen as a good sign.
The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) launched the GCAA new Aviation Safety e-services in a special ceremony held in Emirates Engineering Auditorium in Dubai, attended by 100 representatives from Aviation Sector in UAE.
TWC Aviation, Inc., a worldwide leader in private aviation announced the company has earned the NBAA Commercial Business Flying Safety Award for 26,838 hours in 11 accident-free years. According to the NBAA, the Flying Safety Awards cite exceptional achievement in maintaining safe flying operations.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) announced the recipients of the 2011 NBAA Flight Attendants/Flight Technicians Scholarship.
On June 18, 2011, Honeywell made history by landing a Gulfstream G450 at Paris Le Bourget after the first transatlantic flight using a blend of biofuel and jet-A.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) welcomed a helpful change that will ease the radiation-screening procedure conducted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents for business aircraft flying into the United States.
Study: Blue Grass Airport Lifts Region with $370 million in Annual Economic Output, Supports 3,478 Jobs
Blue Grass Airport generates an annual economic output of $370 million and payrolls of $104 million, according to a new report by Wilbur Smith Associates. Airport operations supported 3,478 jobs in 2010, the Cincinnati-based analysts report in a study being released today.
The Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) recently released the report, “General Aviation Security Assessments at Selected Airports,” whic fails to accurately assess GA security measures, neglects to acknowledge security procedures already in place and lacks justification for its misguided, broad-brush conclusions, the AOPA said.