All General aviation articles – Page 11

  • Ampaire experimental Cessna 337

    California's Ampaire demonstrates parallel hybrid Cessna 337


    A Cessna 337 Skymaster powered partly by an electric motor flew on 6 June from a California airport, demonstrating a prototype propulsion system that manufacturer Ampaire hopes to deploy commercially by 2021.

  • News

    Tamarack files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection


    Emergency airworthiness directives in Europe and the USA related to Tamarack Aerospace's Atlas active winglet system equipping certain Cessna Citation jets have pushed the Idaho-based supplier into seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

  • Vertical Aerospace

    Honeywell and Vertical Aerospace team up on eVTOL design


    Honeywell has joined forces with UK electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft developer Vertical Aerospace to address what it calls "the technical, regulatory and business challenges of the emerging urban air mobility (UAM) segment".

  • News

    Alaka'i unveils concept for hydrogen-powered electric aircraft


    ​Massachusetts aerospace company Alaka'i Technologies has thrown its hat into the urban air mobility ring, announcing development of an electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft powered by hydrogen fuel cells.

  • Wheels Up

    Wheels Up acquires US charter company TMC


    ​US membership-based private aircraft firm Wheels Up has acquired charter operator Travel Management Company (TMC) in a move designed to broaden its fleet of “high quality” light business jets and enhance the service offering for its 5,000+ members.

  • Fexjet G650

    Flexjet launches by-the-day-based fractional programme


    Flexjet, the world's second-largest fractional ownership operator, has introduced a by-the-day-based programme for the Gulfstream G650. The move is designed to give greater flexibility to shareholders of the ultra-long-range business jet and help boost the company's share of the high-end private jet travel market.

  • Interview

    INTERVIEW: Management with a personal touch


    Robert Coleman is general manager for Vertis Aviation's US office. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, he is spreading the word about the aircraft charter broker and building its business throughout the Americas

  • News

    EmbraerX proposes air traffic control framework for air taxis


    ​Embraer has laid out details of an air traffic control infrastructure it says must be in place before the urban air taxi concept can evolve to reality.

  • Gama Bournemouth

    Gama plots MRO expansion with new flagship facility


    Gama Aviation – one of the largest business aviation services providers in the world – has its eyes set on rapid expansion in the maintenance sector, and sees the recent opening of a new flagship facility in Bournemouth, UK as crucial to achieving that ambition.

  • News

    Inmarsat increases Jet ConneX speeds by a third


    Satellite company Inmarsat has upgraded its Jet ConneX Ka-band business aviation in-flight broadband solution to make it one-third faster and provide customers with unlimited data.

  • News

    VIDEO: Everything you need to know from day 3 of EBACE 2019


    Are hybrid electric vehicles the future of business aviation? That's one question on everyone's mind on the last day of EBACE 2019 as the industry looks to a more sustainable future.

  • News

    HK Bellawings firms two more Global 7500 orders


    HK Bellawings has exercised two more options for the Bombardier Global 7500 and signed a letter of intent for an additional five of the type.

  • News

    Honeywell Aspire 200 gains STC for Embraer Phenom 300


    Honeywell Aerospace has received European Union Aviation Safety Agency supplemental type certificate approval for its Aspire 200 satellite communications system and GoDirect Router to be installed on the Embraer Phenom 300.

  • News

    EBAA stresses importance of empathy in crisis management plans


    Criticism levelled at Boeing for its slow public response and apparent lack of empathy in the wake of the two fatal 737 Max crashes highlights the importance of reacting quickly and sensitively in the event of a crisis, European Business Aviation Association senior manager of communications Frederique Luca said today ...

  • News

    SEA Prime set to open second FBO in Milan


    Italian FBO operator SEA Prime is counting down to the opening of its new business and general aviation terminal at Milan Malpensa airport in July, which will coincide with the three-month closure of nearby Milan Linate for refurbishment works.

  • News

    Luxaviation to expand in Zurich


    Luxaviation Group – one of the most notable non-exhibitors at EBACE – has chosen the show to announce a new hangar at its Zurich facility that will more than triple its capacity in the Swiss city.

  • News

    Jet Aviation partners with Collins Aerospace on ADS-B upgrades


    Jet Aviation has signed an agreement with Collins Aerospace to buy 150 units of the GLU-2100 multi-mode receiver in preparation for performing avionics upgrades on Boeing BBJ 737 and 747 aircraft before the upcoming deadline for the ADS-B out mandate.

  • News

    Electric aircraft dominate discussion again


    Some people say the electric aircraft revolution has arrived. Others say: "Hogwash!"

  • News

    European business aviation capacity faces multiple challenges


    ​Business aviation across European airspace will face a series of squeezes if the rapid growth of commercial air traffic continues and there is no major investment in infrastructure and procedures, warns the head of Eurocontrol.

  • News

    TAG Farnborough set for another record year


    TAG Farnborough is expecting another record year for movements in 2019, on the back of rising demand for the UK's only dedicated business aviation airport, situated about 35 miles (56km) southwest of London.