News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Aviation consultancy ZenithJet's greenhouse gas accounting quantifies direct and indirect emissions throughout a company or organization.
Rolls-Royce has delivered more than 1,000 BR725 engines to Gulfstream and said the powerplant fleet has amassed nearly 1.5 million flying hours.
Luxaviation's real-time travel management platform enables clients to oversee all aspects of their flight.
Safran's focus on future electric and hybrid products is consolidating at a new electrical engineering center of excellence in Créteil, France.
Tamarack Aerospace winglet customers will be able to buy carbon-balancing services from Oxï-Zen under an agreement between the two companies.
The aviation services sector needs a UK trade body to be more effectively represented, according to the British Business and General Aviation Association.
In the run-up to a triennial ICAO meeting, business aviation groups have released policy principles to guide long-term carbon emissions reductions.
Nolen and Ky, alongside NBAA's Bolen, will discuss safety, security, sustainability, workforce and other issues of importance to business aviation.
In just 10 years since service entry, the 500th Gulfstream G650/650ER has been handed over to a customer.
The FAA said the standards are interim and would change over time as more data is gathered about eVTOLs and their operations.