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The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has issued a report, regarding a fatal 2014 Gulfstream G-IV accident at Hanscom Field Airport in Bedford, Ma., which calls for a renewed emphasis on the importance of compliance with the pre-takeoff flight-control checks required by aircraft manufacturers.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced that the IATA Passenger Agency Conference (PAConf) adopted Resolutions supporting the development of the New Generation of IATA Settlement Systems (NewGen ISS).
Aireon LLC and FlightAware have announced a new partnership and the launch of GlobalBeacon, a solution providing airlines with 100 per cent global flight tracking.  GlobalBeacon is designed to ensure airlines are in compliance with Global Aeronautical Distress Safety System (GADSS) recommendations and requirements. Announced by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in March of 2016, GADSS was created largely in response to the disappearance of MH-370, and is designed to help prevent the loss of commercial aircraft in distress over remote locations. GlobalBeacon will provide airlines with minute-by-minute, global tracking of Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) equipped aircraft by 2018.
The Paragon Network continues to raise awareness for breast cancer with their “Think Pink” promotion during the month of October.
The Bombardier Specialized Aircraft group celebrated a key milestone recently when a single Global 6000 specialized aircraft reached 10,000 flight hours in only three years of in-service operation.
A Bombardier official said Monday the company expects to receive on time the Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan engines for its C Series jetliner beginning next year. | READ MORE
A relentless commitment to customers’ needs is one of the key drivers that determines a successful Fixed-Based Operator (FBO) but what other qualities make it stand out? And who shines brightest in the Canadian space?
Bombardier Business Aircraft has announced strategic changes to its leadership team and organizational structure. The changes, which take effect immediately, are designed to optimize functional alignment and strengthen the company's customer experience.
Bombardier Inc.’s marquee jetliner is so important to Canada’s future that the federal government must invest in the aircraft program, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard said.
Theresa May will use her time at this week’s United Nations General Assembly to push for a resolution for countries to work together on aviation security, in the wake of a series of attacks on airplanes and airports in the last year. | READ MORE
BP has announced the appointment of Jon Platt as chief executive of Air BP, the oil company’s global aviation business. Platt will assume his role on Oct. 1 taking over from David Gilmour who has successfully led Air BP since 2013.
The wreckage of the Sabena Airlines DC-4 airliner remains in the woods near Gander, seventy years after it crashed on a cold, windy morning in 1946. 
In many ways, the Canadian business aviation industry is at a crossroads. Living in a regulatory environment that is clearly dictated by and influenced at all costs by the commercial airline industry, the Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) is constantly seeking ways to assert the interests of its members on a myriad issues, from regulatory consideration from the government, proper (and fair) direction on taxation from the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA), and even justifying the industry’s value and influence as a critical economic driver of the Canadian economy.
Bombardier Business Aircraft (BBA) has released an updated version of its 10-year forcast for BizJets and the numbers – though trending down from last year – still show a solid push for North American operators.
With EASA and FAA certifications in hand for the evolutionary Falcon 8X business jet, Dassault is focusing on securing approval this fall for two of the features which may help distance the aircraft from its Bombardier and Gulfstream ultra-long-range competitors: steep approach capability for short runways and the FalconEye head-up display (HUD) for low-visibility landings.
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