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  • SRQ Aviation hails Cirrus piston singles for air taxi plan

    US training provider SRQ Aviation plans to launch an air taxi operation from its Florida base in the second quarter with Cirrus SR20 and SR22 piston singles.

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  • USA and Mexico in talks to liberalise air services

    ​The USA and Mexico are in talks to liberalise their bilateral air service agreement that would allow more carriers to...

  • Bond finds more EC135s with fuel indicator fault

    Bond Air Services, the operator at the centre of the probe into the EC135T2 crash in Glasgow, says it has identified "a...

  • Fuel the focus of Bond EC135 grounding

    The UK National Police Air Service (NPAS) has mandated that all police-operated EC135s fly with more fuel on board and...

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  • Silver will add intra-Florida frequencies in November

    News | 13 Oct 2014 18:19 | Edward Russell

    ​Silver Airways will increase its intra-Florida flight schedules by about 40% in November, as it continues to focus its flying on its core operations.
  • ANALYSIS: US airports build for the future

    News | 09 Oct 2014 19:57 | Edward Russell

    ​US airports are buzzing with construction activity. Everything from new runways and major terminal renovations are under way at airports from Chicago to Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles.
  • Rheinland Air Service aims for expansion in Africa

    News | 06 Oct 2014 17:13 | Michael Gubisch

    German regional aircraft MRO specialist Rheinland Air Service has added a new hangar at its subsidiary in Windhoek and plans to expand the site by 2018.
  • ​ANALYSIS: Debate continues over regional subsidies

    News | 06 Oct 2014 10:10 | David Knibb

    Recent controversies in New Zealand and Australia highlight the debate over whether, how, and how much to subsidise regional air service.
  • Florida's Panama City targets JetBlue for flights

    News | 01 Oct 2014 20:17 | Ghim-Lay Yeo

    Florida's Panama City airport is targetting JetBlue Airways to begin new service to New York John F. Kennedy, following the award of a federal grant to the smaller airport.
  • Southwest continues push for Houston-Mexico access

    News | 01 Oct 2014 16:53 | Edward Russell

    ​Southwest Airlines continues to push for access to the Mexican market from Houston, where United Airlines and its regional affiliates control all or the majority of the available route authorities in many markets.