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Honeywell launches Type J DLNA Device that Limits Effects of Cellular Interference on Aircraft
Honeywell launches Type J DLNA Device that Limits Effects of Cellular Interference on Aircraft

Honeywell has launched a new product that can limit the effects of cellular interference on certain satellite communications (satcom) systems for aircraft communications.

Week 35 stutters 6% down on last year, 8% off in North America
Week 35 stutters 6% down on last year, 8% off in North America

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AEROCOR unveils second Beechcraft Premier fleet update
AEROCOR unveils second Beechcraft Premier fleet update

AEROCOR, a leading aircraft brokerage in the Very Light Jet space, announces the release of its 2023 Beechcraft Premier I/IA Fleet Update.

Jet Aviation opens new hangar in Bozeman, Montana
Jet Aviation opens new hangar in Bozeman, Montana

Jet Aviation announced that it has completed construction of a new 40,000 square-foot hangar at its FBO in Bozeman, Montana, bringing the total hangar capacity to over 300,00 square-feet. The new hangar is fully operational and has capacity to accommodate all large cabin business jets.

FlightSafety International expands PC-24 training capacity in Europe
FlightSafety International expands PC-24 training capacity in Europe

FlightSafety International, in partnership with Pilatus Aircraft Ltd, announced today they will deploy a fourth full-flight simulator (FFS) for the Pilatus PC-24 Super Versatile Jet to meet the growing demand for training in Europe.

Gulfstream announces increased G700 range, other performance enhancements
Gulfstream announces increased G700 range, other performance enhancements

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced the industry-leading all-new Gulfstream G700 will deliver even better performance and greater cabin comfort than initially announced. During certification flying, the aircraft has demonstrated increases in range and speed as well as improvements in cabin altitude.  

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Pilot fatigue - new report reveals safety management deficiencies
Pilot fatigue - new report reveals safety management deficiencies

Microsleeps in the cockpit, insufficient rest opportunities to prevent cumulative fatigue, extending flight duties beyond the legal maximum: a newly released report paints a poor picture of fatigue risk management in European aviation.

VIP Completions Enjoys Growth in Number of 'Soft Goods Refresh' Projects
VIP Completions Enjoys Growth in Number of 'Soft Goods Refresh' Projects

VIP Completions, providers of aircraft completions and refurbishment services, today commented on the growth of 'soft goods refresh' projects that it has recently delivered to clients.

Bizjet activity in California and Germany falling below 2019 levels
Bizjet activity in California and Germany falling below 2019 levels

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Bombardier introduces advanced avionics upgrade for Bombardier vision flight deck
Bombardier introduces advanced avionics upgrade for Bombardier vision flight deck

Bombardier introduced its new Advanced Avionics Upgrade (AAU) for the Bombardier Vision flight deck, a new avionics software and hardware enhancement that boasts the latest technology to enhance situational awareness and offer advanced visualization features. Powered by Collins Aerospace and available for in-service Global 5000, Global 6000, Global 5500 and Global 6500 aircraft equipped with the Bombardier Vision flight deck, the AAU is designed to take in-service Global aircraft to the next level by providing avionics features currently available on in-production Global 5500 and Global 6500 aircraft.

Navigating the skies: Exploring the soaring demand for private jet pilots
Navigating the skies: Exploring the soaring demand for private jet pilots

As the aviation industry grapples with pilot shortages, the private charter sector is taking taking centre stage.

ABS Jets is expanding its fleet again
ABS Jets is expanding its fleet again

At the beginning of the summer, the private aviation company ABS Jets, which operates Business Jets, added new aircraft to its fleet: The Gulfstream G500.

GAMA Releases Second Quarter 2023 Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report
GAMA Releases Second Quarter 2023 Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) published the second quarter 2023 General Aviation Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report. The general aviation aircraft manufacturing industrys results for the first six months of 2023, when compared to the same period in 2022, show increased aircraft deliveries across all segments along with an increase in the overall value of the aircraft shipments.

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Global bizav 3% down on August last year, up 14% on 2019
Global bizav 3% down on August last year, up 14% on 2019

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MJets Thailand appointed as new Gulfstream authorized warranty facility
MJets Thailand appointed as new Gulfstream authorized warranty facility

Thailands leading provider of aircraft maintenance and aviation solutions, has announced its appointment as an official Warranty Facility for Gulfstream manufactured aircraft.

Thrive Aviation adds a Phenom 300E in partnership with Munday Aviation LLC
Thrive Aviation adds a Phenom 300E in partnership with Munday Aviation LLC

Thrive Aviation proudly announces the addition of a new, factory-delivered Phenom 300E to its charter fleet.

BookaJet introduces first G-registered HondaJet on to its AOC
BookaJet introduces first G-registered HondaJet on to its AOC

BookaJet, a leading UK charter and aircraft management company, is pleased to debut the HondaJet Elite onto the G-registry and its UK Air Operator Certificate. It is offering the distinctive-looking light business jet for charter, positioned from its Farnborough Airport HQ. Presented in a striking grey and orange livery, the newly registered G-HJBM seats up to six passengers in executive club seating.

Dassaults Falcon 6X Receives EASA and FAA Certification
Dassaults Falcon 6X Receives EASA and FAA Certification

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued the type certificate for Dassaults Falcon 6X, followed by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

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