Sky Whale may take a bite out of transport costs An airship that promoters hope will become a launching pad for eventual freight shipments into remote areas not served by roads has been unveiled at the University of Manitoba.
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NBAA opposes European ruling on carbon emissions The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has expressed strong opposition to a European court's ruling that a new plan by European regulators to tax carbon emissions from aircraft should apply to all aircraft operators across the international aviation community, including those based in the U.S.
New PC-12 NG for Nakina Air Services Pilatus Centre Canada has delivered a new Pilatus PC-12 NG to Nakina Air Services Ltd. (Nakina). The delivery took place in late December, in Thunder Bay, Ont., and the Pilatus will enter service immediately. The PC-12 NG is a large single-engine turboprop utility aircraft designed to perform a wide range of missions.
Embraer delivers first U.S.-made Phenom 100 Embraer delivered the first entry level Phenom 100 jet produced in its new U.S. assembly plant to longtime customer Executive AirShare during a ceremony held in Melbourne, Fla.