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Club Spotlight

Article | Apr 26, 2016

The Trojan Phlyers is like no other flying club in the world. It's not actually a club: It's a subchapter S corporation with eight partners that own two North American T-28Bs.

Massachusetts flight school, FBO closes

Article | Apr 21, 2016

After operating Mansfield Municipal Airport for 25 years and providing flight training, King Aviation-Mansfield in Massachusetts closed its doors as of April 1.

Textron adds service programs

Article | Apr 21, 2016

Textron Aviation Inc., owner of the Cessna, Beechcraft, and Hawker brands, has launched new service and support programs for aircraft already in service.

Hartzell acquires Sky-Tec starters, solenoids

Article | Apr 05, 2016

Hartzell Engine Technologies has acquired the Sky-Tec brand of starters and solenoids. Production will be moved to Hartzell next year while Sky-Tec remains in Texas developing new products.

Ex-Cessna dealers switch to new revenue streams

Article | Mar 25, 2016

A former Cessna dealer with a contract to refer customers to Cessna has become a Diamond dealer. Other dealers switched to drones for revenue.

Jeppesen marine division sold

Article | Mar 17, 2016

Jeppesen, a subsidiary of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, is selling its marine products division, which produces digital charts for nautical use.

Question of the Month

Article | Feb 24, 2016

One of the first things a club in formation should do is get a sense of what your operating costs will be.

Club Spotlight

Article | Feb 24, 2016

In the summer of 1939 Lou Gehrig played his last game for the Yankees and declared himself the luckiest man on the face of the earth.

Answers for Pilots: Tax tips for aircraft owners

Article | Feb 23, 2016

Aircraft owners who used their aircraft for business purposes in 2015 may be eligible for income tax deductions. Learn more about deductions, bonus depreciation, and like-kind exchanges of aircraft.

Jet sales remain sluggish

Article | Feb 22, 2016

J.P. Morgan analysts find little to celebrate in last year's jet sales, and in numbers for early 2016. Looks like another flat or declining year that may extend into 2017.