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Air Partner's Aldridge has four decades of marketing experience, including 11 years at Heathrow Airport operator BAA.
Urging a risked-based approach, EBAA pointed to WHO guidance that travel bans impose a heavy burden on people with only a possible slight benefit.
The December 7 deadline for operators to use the PRD to review pilot records follows an FAA rule released in May establishing the electronic database.
Flying Colours has signed with SmartSky to act as a sales and installation facility for the latter company’s air-to-ground connectivity system.
FlyExclusive's new business center in Key Largo, Florida, is for members of the charter operator's Jet Club program.
WingX said global business jet activity in the first three weeks of November rose 57 percent over a year ago.
Ron Ryan, the 11th recipient of the Wichita Aero Club Trophy, founded Ryan International Airlines and was a long-time corporate pilot.
London-based jet card provider Instajet expects to add U.S. domestic routes to the Route Card in January.
USAIG chief John Brogan said underwriters are considering whether a company has SMS when they evaluate risk.
VistaJet is forecasting that its four Bombardier Global 7500s will each log 1,400 flight hours in their first year of operations.