While there was plenty of substantial news emanating from the NBAA's annual gathering in Las Vegas this past October, what struck me as a notable change of focus was the emphasis on themes with global significance to business aviation going forward.
U.S. Transportation chief Elaine Chao pledges support for the drone community and says safety is a shared responsibility.
Commercial aviation is too critical to the global economy to allow the Boeing-Airbus subsidies dispute to drag on.
Don’t be wowed by digital-twin technology: Know how to scale it successfully to reap benefits in aerospace and MRO.
It is time to balance the needs of the aviation community with those of the burgeoning space industry.
“Politicians do not have all the right answers,” he argues. “We need to fight for our real business interests and not be shy to lock horns with governments.”
Equal representation is more than a goal: for the vitality and innovation of the industry, it's essential.
Why the European heavy maintenance market could benefit from consolidation
AeroDynamic Advisors’ Jonas Murby argues that consolidation of heavy MRO in Europe would benefit both customers and providers.
The rise of populism and nationalist foreign policies and the Boeing 737 MAX recertification are threats to what has been a stable cooperative environment.
As the Nordic nation considers a replacement for its existing fighter squadrons, partnership with the U.S. offers more than a capable platform.