Leading Edge Aviation has selected Gulf Coast Avionics as its exclusive provider of avionics installation, repair and troubleshooting. The appointment follows Leading Edge Aviation’s move to two hangars adjacent to the Gulf Coast Avionics facility at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport (KLAL).
LAS VEGAS — In its 24th annual Global Business Aviation Outlook, Honeywell Aerospace forecasts up to 9,200 new business jet deliveries worth $270 billion from 2015 to 2025 — a 3% to 5% drop over what was predicted in last year’s forecast.
As a slow growth economic environment takes hold across many global markets, the business aviation industry is not immune to its impact, Honeywell officials noted. [Read more…]
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is teaming with the Southern California Aviation Association (SCAA) to host a career day in Long Beach, Calif., Wednesday, Feb. 27.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is working with the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation on a research study, titled Business Aviation – Gaining Altitude. The goal of this study is to better understand the current and future trends in the business aviation market. As part of the research process, NBAA is seeking survey respondents. Participation will contribute to the data and insights about buying, selling and financing business aircraft over the next several years. [Read more…]
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), together with the Van Nuys Airport Association (VNAA) and the Southern California Aviation Association (SCAA) are hosting an event focused on careers in Business Aviation April 11.
Guest Editorial: By René Banglesdorf
The private aviation industry is an often misunderstood and under-valued resource of the American economy. Without it, many of the best companies in the country wouldn’t be half as productive as they are.
It was all over the news when the Big Three car manufacturers were lambasted for flying private jets to attend Congressional hearings, but the vast majority of Americans weren’t privy to the reasons for the CEO’s method of travel. It saddens me that the very people who jump on the bandwagon to attack private aviation are the ones who have the most to lose.