Business Aviation
Flightline Training Services, a Brampton based aircraft maintenance training company has been granted Transport Canada Approval for its Embrear 120 Brazilia Maintenance training programs.
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The Stratos 714 will be shown for the first time at the Oshkosh AirVenture, July 24–30. The freshly painted and upholstered prototype will be on display all week near the southwest corner of Boeing Plaza.
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Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. has announced that it has delivered its 550th Gulfstream G550, solidifying the aircraft’s position as one of business aviation’s most popular jets.
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Bombardier Business Aircraft has announced that its Global 7000 aircraft flight test program is progressing as planned and has surpassed the 500-hour milestone.
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The Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) has announced that CBAA vice chair, Anthony Norejko, has accepted the new CBAA position of vice president membership relations and development.
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Embraer announced today the maiden flight of its first Legacy 500 mid-size business jet assembled at its industrial facilities in Melbourne, Fla., just eight months after the first Legacy 450 mid-light jet assembled in Melbourne took flight. The aircraft performed as expected and all flight test procedures were successfully completed.
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The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has joined with more than 100 general aviation (GA) organizations in a united front of opposition to H.R. 2997, legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives that seeks to privatize the nation’s ATC system.
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Nordic Aviation Capital has announced its plan to strengthen its executive management team as it continues its rapid growth in the regional aircraft leasing space.
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A Texas court of appeals has ruled against Bombardier Aerospace, confirming a lower-court decision that ordered the Montreal-based company to pay two Texas businessmen nearly US$8.1 million ($10.5 million Canadian) in damages. At issue was a used engine in a plane Bombardier sold to the men as “new.”
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Aviation industry veteran Mark Ozenick has been appointed as president of Dassault Aircraft Services (DAS), Dassault Falcon Jet’s companyowned service center network. Ozenick will oversee DAS operations in North, South and Central America and will be responsible for elevating the DAS brand and optimizing service to Falcon operators within the region.
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