Japanese startup SkyDrive has raised $14 million to advance development of its fly/drive electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) vehicle.
As the 2019 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition on Oct. 22-24 is set to kick off, industry analysts and experts continue to expect new products to stimulate orders, countering a lower level of legacy jet sales and flight operations.
World Fuel Services is working to lower carbon emissions in the aviation industry and plans to showcase those initiatives during the National Business Aviation Association Convention & Exhibition in Las Vegas.
Gulfstream Aerospace laid off 3.5% of its U.S. workforce, or 446 positions, the week of Oct. 14, the company confirmed.
San Antonio-based SyberJet Aircraft successfully completed the first flight of its SJ30i light jet equipped with a SyberVision flight deck, kicking off an 18-month certification test program, the company said.
Textron Aviation has pushed some Textron Longitude deliveries into early next year as the aircraft undergoes some minor modifications, the company reports.
Garmin International and uAvionix announced the resolution of a patent lawsuit brought by Garmin over the use of automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast tech.
The National Security Council will soon release a strategy for preventing drone disruptions at major metropolitan airports, the FAA says.
Britain’s aerospace industry is carefully examining the details of a revised agreement for the country’s exit from the European Union (EU).
The number of used business jets for sale rose 8% in October to 1,803 aircraft when compared to a year ago, according to Jefferies research.