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Nextant Aerospace | August 18, 2021
Nextant Aerospace today announced that it has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval of an upgraded software Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for Challenger 604 aircraft with Pro Line Fusion Avionics. The long-awaited software upgrade provides added avionics capabilities to enhance safety and awareness while also helping pilots and operators save time. Nextant is making the upgrade available at no charge for current Challenger 604 Pro Line Fusion operators.
Jet Linx | July 08, 2020
Private aircraft management and jet card membership operator Jet Linx has expanded its fleet with the acquisition of Teterboro Airport-based Meridian’s aircraft charter/management division. In the transaction, Jet Linx will add 23 aircraft ranging from a Hawker 900XP to a Global 6000, with a combined value of more than $365 million to its managed fleet. This brings the Nebraska operator to more than 120 aircraft under management, making it one of the largest management providers in the U.S...
Airports Council International-North America | June 30, 2020
Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) on June 30, launched its “Ready for Every Journey” campaign to help educate passengers and local communities about the steps airports are taking to protect health and safety as travel resumes following the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“Last year, more than 1.9 billion passengers traveled through a North American airport,” said Kevin M. Burke, president and CEO of ACI-NA. “The impact of the COVI...
Boeing | June 29, 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration began recertification flights of the Boeing 737 Max on Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal crashes more than a year ago.
The 737 Max, Boeing’s bestseller, has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 after the crashes — one in Indonesia and another in Ethiopia — within five months of one another. All 346 people on the flights were killed in the crashes. Boeing has since changed a flight-...
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