Today, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that Mexico does not meet International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) safety standards. Based on its latest International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) process, the FAA has downgraded Mexico’s rating...
The newest version of Textron’s venerable twin turboprop, the Beechcraft King Air 360 and 360ER have received FAA certification. The new models were announced a month ago, with first delivery expected later this month.“The new era of the industry-leading Beechcraft...
After certification by Transport Canada and EASA earlier this year, the Bombardier Global 5500 and Global 6500 have received FAA certification. In addition, Bombardier has delivered the first Global 6500 to HK Bellawings in Hong Kong. Michael Ouelette, Sr. VP Program...
Textron Aviation announced today that the FAA has awarded a type certificate for the Citation Longitude. The super mid-sized Longitude is now the largest member of the seven product Citation family. “With the broadest lineup of business aviation platforms available...
Compliance with FAA Part 135 regulations for public transportation of people will be essential for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) Operations, whether the aircraft are piloted, remotely piloted or autonomous. UAM flights need to meet the high level of safety the traveling...
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