Given Alaska’s sheer size and the vast amount of land that’s impassable via other modes of transportation, it’s no wonder that aviation should play such a huge role in our culture. Alaska was home to the earliest pioneers of flight, and after World War I, aviation became an integral part of everyday Alaskans’ lives For more than 100 years, our pilots have braved the hazards of…
How Gulfstream Became a Business Aviation Leader
A history of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation and how they became a world leader in the business aviation industry.
Here's how business aviation benefits the economy
Business aviation often gets bad press. A new presentation from No Plane No Gain sets the record straight showing more than $200 million in benefits
Business AviationVoice: Why Business Aviation?
Photo by David Almy A recent article by Joe Sharkey in the New York Times entitled "Clearing Skies for Private Jets" reflects the important role that business aviation plays within our nation’s air transportation system. Mr. Sharkey interviewed Mark Dowley, an executive and marketing consultant who relies heavily on airlines to fulfill [...]
Celebrate National Aviation Day with these amazing photos
Aug. 19 is National Aviation Day, established in 1939 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Top 5 Reasons to Fly with Schubach Aviation
Schubach Aviation is San Diego's most experienced private jet charter and aircraft management service, we have over 25 years of experience.
How Changing ICAO Standards Impact Business Aviation
Companies flying overseas for business can learn more about ICAO global standards in the March/April 2017 issue of Business Aviation Insider.
11 Trends In Aviation You Should Know About
If you're a pilot, you'll be impressed by the latest facts about our industry.
100-Year Archive Reveals Insight to Aviation History
Check out this awesome insight into the History of General Aviation! Serendipity can lead you to amazing discoveries in Aviation Week’s 100-Year Archive. One of our interns who was checking the 400,000 pages scanned into the archive asked me a question about an ad for the Wright-Martin Aircraft Corp. in an issue from 1917. The two-page…
Get up to speed with the latest trends in business aviation
Following their visit to EBACE Air Partner highlights their top 3 picks of new private jets in the charter market.
Hangar Ten Lands at Top of Aviation Surveys
Customers of Hangar Ten's aviation services complex, located at Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport (MKC), have rated the facility a top destination in the three major aviation industry surveys.
HCISD teen aviation enthusiasts learn flight basics
Captivated by a presentation in a classroom at Harlingen High School, a group of approximately 20 students take their first steps into a field that most individuals will not get the opportunity to encounter in their lifetime.
What's in an airport name? Sometimes it's aviation history
There's a tradition of naming airports and terminals for people with links to aviation history.
Zika and Business Aviation: How to Prepare for Travel to Affected Countries
25 May 2016 The Zika virus has spread to countries that are expecting heavy flight activity this year, especially Brazil, said Doug Carr, NBAA’s vice president of regulatory and international affairs. “And a number of countries have put special procedures in place that affect business aviation,” he added. Four countries now require disinsection – spraying …
Gain Insight on European Business Aviation Trends at EBACE2013 Opening Session
Attendees of EBACE2013 can gain insight on European business aviation trends at the Opening General Session on May 21, 2013.
Pentastar Aviation Ranks Among Top Fixed-Base Operators in the Country
Pentastar Aviation in Waterford Township has been named one of the top Fixed-Base Operators (FBOs) in the country by both the Aviation International News (AIN) and Professional Pilot Magazine (PPN). In two separate surveys, Pentastar was voted No. 3 in the country by AIN and PPN’s readers. Pentastar was also named the No. 1 FBO in the Great Lakes region in the AIN survey and the second-best Independent FBO in the Professional Pilot survey.
Wichita aviation started 100 years ago Sept. 1
The first aviation pioneer in Wichita signed a contract to begin manufacturing planes on Sept. 1, 1916.
Why India has been a complete let-down for business aviation
By Alasdair Whyte November 18, 2013 16:21 Based on the slow growth of its business jet fleet, the surprisingly wealthy India could be considered the market’s biggest underachiever Problems that commercial aircraft financiers have had de-registering aircraft operated by Kingfisher Airlines are deterring business jet lenders from financing Indian aircraft The most positive change to happen to the business jet market over the last five years…
Elliott Aviation Receives 100 Percent Score in Embraer Audit
EBACE2017 Safety Workshop to Highlight Lessons Learned from Recent Aviation Accident
Lessons learned from past aviation accidents, such as the November 2015 crash of a Hawker 700 in Akron, Ohio, will serve as the basis of discussions at the EBACE2017 Safety Workshop, taking place 24 May 2017.