Category: Business Aviation
Business Aviation

Dassault Aviation’s new Falcon 6X business jet will conduct its first flight in days, chief executive Eric Trappier has confirmed.

Business Aviation

Worldwide business jet deliveries fell 20.4 per cent in 2020, though saw an uptick in the last quarter, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic saw deliveries fall to 644 aircraft for the year, down from 809 deliveries in 2019. However, according to the association, the business jet market […]

Airlines

Two senior Boeing executives have joined the fight against domestic pre-flight testing in the US, stating that the practice could pose significant damage to the national economy. The US federal government has touted the new policy that would see domestic travellers subject to the same regulations as those coming from overseas, meaning they would require […]

Business Aviation

British aircraft engine-maker Rolls-Royce said on Sunday it plans to temporarily shut down the operations of its civil aerospace unit in order to preserve cash, as it continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. The company has said it is in consultation with unions regarding the potential two-week shutdown over the European summer. The civil aerospace […]

Business Aviation

In this cross-posting with The Conversation, aerospace engineering professor Iain Boyd discusses the rise and fall of supersonic flight, and the possible bright future it might just have. Flying faster than the speed of sound still sounds futuristic for regular people, more than 15 years after the last commercial supersonic flights ended. The planes that […]

Airlines

The fate of Malaysia Airlines is expected to be set by 31 December, when the airline’s parent company is due to finalise its restructuring, according to Malaysia’s deputy finance minister. Deputy minister Abdul Rahim Bakri informed the Malaysian parliament that the troubled airline is approaching the end of its lengthy restructure, the outcome of which […]

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