The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has upgraded Mexico’s aviation safety rating back to Category 1 after spending nearly 28 months in Category 2. Great news for the Mexican aviation industry With Mexico’s return to the highest safety level, local...
Dassault Aviation announced today the certification of the Falcon 6X business jet by EASA and the FAA. The certifications conclude a more than two-year-long test campaign during which 1,500 flight hours were logged worldwide. It is a significant step to entry into...
UPDATE – The FAA has released an additional set of special conditions for sideways-facing seats on the Boeing MAX 10. The document, which is open for comment until September 29, identifies new safety hazards to passengers from recent research. Additional safety...
Here’s our FAA business jet update Notes: After a dropoff at the tail end of 2022, there seems to be a slight recovery in flight ops for March 2023. The forecast also popped a bit. Page 2 shows the recovery was most robust in domestic ops. Among OEMs, Textron...
We updated our FAA business jet model through December 2022. For optimal viewing, please click the double-headed arrow at the bottom right of the model below. Some thoughts on the update: This aviation sector has the sharpest V-recovery we’ve seen. The lower...
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