Bolen: The Fight Back Starts Here

NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen accepts that his industry is never going to win over its harshest critics. But he believes that the sector can at very least prove that it means what it says when it talks about sustainability and environmental responsibility.

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Daher Starts Countdown to the First ‘1K’

French manufacturer, Daher comes to NBAA-BACE and the indoor static display with its U.S. associations burnished, following the announcement, just before the Paris Air Show in June, that it has acquired Idaho-based Quest Aircraft and its Kodiak utility turboprop.

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Lufthansa Technik Shows the Future of Cabins

If the word techniks means anything in Lufthansa Technik, it’s technology. The commercial and business aviation powerhouse in maintenance and cabin completions is providing a glimpse here at NBAA of what it is developing today to shape the future. We talked with Andrew Muirhead, head of original equipment innovation, about the latest developments.

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AP Completions to Deliver First Global 7500

The founder of AP Completion Services is looking forward to celebrating his firm’s 10th anniversary in the coming weeks when it makes its first deliveries of Bombardier Global 7500s to customers.

Like many of his team, Broccoli brought many years of experience working for the Canadian airframer with him to the new outfit, and this has helped Montreal-based AP to establish itself as something of a specialist on the new long-range jet.

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