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Phenom 100 Four Years On

Pilot Magazine | Nov 01, 2012

Embraer's entry level jet gets its report card.

Heard at NBAA2012

Article | Oct 31, 2012

Find out which manufacturing company's chairman apologized to customers, which Congressman said there is a "cease fire" on business aviation, and what it will take for the business jet industry to recover - all this heard at NBAA2012.

Joint venture to put Williams engines on Citations

Article | Oct 31, 2012

Sierra Industries is joining forces with Clifford Development to develop and market Williams International FJ44 engine upgrades for the Cessna Citation business fleet.

Nextant has something new in the works

Article | Oct 31, 2012

Nextant Aerospace has a new modification project in the works, but can’t say just what it is until January. The company now offers modifications to the Hawker 400, dubbed the 400XT, in competition to one approaching certification by Hawker Beechcraft called the Hawker 400XPR.

Bizjet market needs 3-percent economic growth for comeback

Article | Oct 30, 2012

"Forbes" Publisher Rich Karlgaard says the business jet market will recover when the nation's economy grows at 3 percent or better per year. It's currently growing 2 percent yearly.

Bombardier opens second Amsterdam training center

Article | Oct 30, 2012

Bombardier's new training center in Amsterdam will be the first to train pilots of Global 5000, 6000, 7000, and 8000 airplanes in Europe.

Cessna upgrades Sovereign, hints at new line

Article | Oct 29, 2012

Cessna's upgrades to the Sovereign, including a G5000 cockpit and autothrottles, a boost in range of 150 nautical miles, and improved short-runway performance, have gone through 800 hours of flight testing.

Gulfstream touts G650, G280, and biofuel

Article | Oct 29, 2012

Gulfstream Aerospace boasts that its newly certified ultra-large-cabin G650 has proven to fly faster farther than any other airplane in the business jet fleet: 6,000 nautical miles at Mach 0.90.

Honeywell forecasts modest growth in jet deliveries

Article | Oct 29, 2012

This year’s Honeywell forecast calls for modest growth in aircraft deliveries in the 2012-2013 time frame, compared to 2011. But even so, some 30 percent of flight departments signaled that a purchase might be in the offing within five years.

Legacy 500 poised for first flight

Article | Oct 10, 2012

As the overall business jet market faces an upcoming decade of "slow growth" or "continued crisis," Embraer Executive Jets is taking aim at new segments of the market, preparing for the first flight of its Legacy 500 midsize business jet this quarter.

NTSB faults Gulfstream for G650 test crash

Article | Oct 10, 2012

The test flight crew got no warning of the impending stall before control was lost and four people died in the April 2, 2011, crash of a Gulfstream G650 during certification testing in Roswell, N.M., according to NTSB investigators.

Private jet travel pitched at first-class price

Article | Oct 04, 2012

For those craving private jet perks on a budget, a California company has created a patent-pending system to schedule travel on private jets from 40 U.S. cities to more than 500 airports.

Pilot Briefing

Pilot Magazine | Oct 01, 2012

Flying wild at AOPA Summit Alaska’s pilots to host ‘Adventures in Flying’ You’ve watched them fly through severe turbulence and battle fierce winds, deal with airsick passengers, and squeeze million-dollar aircraft into a hangar with mere inches to spare to prevent a severe case of hangar rash during the cold Alaskan winter months. They’re John Ponts, Luke Hickerson, and Doug Stewart—featured pilots on Discovery Channel’s Flying Wild Alaska.

New Brazilian aircraft based on cutting-edge design

Article | Sep 19, 2012

A new four-place composite aircraft from Brazil boasts a 315 horsepower, six-cylinder Lycoming aerobatic engine; a 192-knot cruise speed; and 1,632 pounds of useful load.

'Ultra-ultra' G650 gets type certificate

Article | Sep 07, 2012

The ultra-large-cabin, ultra-long-range Gulfstream G650 business jet received a type certificate from the FAA Sept. 7, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced. The G650 is able to carry eight passengers and a crew of four at Mach 0.85 on nonstop legs of 7,000 nautical miles, enough to link Dubai with New York and London with Buenos Aires, according to Gulfstream.

Analysts see signs of aircraft market recovery

Article | Sep 06, 2012

With deliveries picking up, there are signs of hope for the suffering aircraft market, but is the rebound permanent?

New take on ‘X’ plane wins NASA grant

Article | Sep 05, 2012

Cleared for Mach 2 after departure, this supersonic jet of the future would yaw 90 degrees and put a new set of wings into the wind.

Pilots: Nick Baker

Pilot Magazine | Sep 01, 2012

Meet Capt’n Nick. A business-jet captain for NetJets Aviation, who flies affluent clients to destinations in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean, Nick Baker also transports less well-heeled passengers to a place they’ve never been before—the aviation world of yesteryear.