The pre-owned market for business jet sales for the rest of 2019 will be busy as buyers and sellers seek to avoid the uncertainty that comes with a presidential election, according to the Mente Group.
Honda Aircraft has begun deliveries of its HondaJet Elite light jet to China.
Recent layoffs at Textron Aviation and Gulfstream Aerospace are signs that the manufacturers are being “appropriately cautious” about their outlook for orders and production, analysts say.
Mooney International officials are in negotiations with a group of investors interested in acquiring the manufacturer of high-performance single-engine aircraft.
Sales of avionics for business and general aviation aircraft rose 14.3% during the first nine months of 2019 compared to a year ago, the Aircraft Electronics Association says.
Jet Aviation has added 36 aircraft to its management fleet, deicing services to its Zurich facility, and opened a new FBO and hangar at Van Nuys Airport in California.
New G700 large-cabin, long-range flagship is a stretch of Gulfstream’s G650ER with the advanced flight deck from the G500/G600.
Pilatus’s first business jet, the PC-24, provides a unique mix of cabin volume, cargo capability, runway performance and fuel efficiency.
Uber is releasing common reference models for electric VTOL configurations in an effort to encourage industry collaboration on tackling technical challenges.
Nothing extraordinary is expected heading into 2018, but the status of the business jet industry looks a lot better than it has for most of the last decade.