Aviation International News

July 21, 2019
New Hangar Debuts at Dallas Love Field

New Hangar Debuts at Dallas Love Field

Business Jet Center (BJC), one of five (soon to be six) FBOs at Dallas Love Field, has completed its newest and largest hangar, which will begin […]
July 20, 2019
UK Reveals High-Tech Programs in Air, Space and Propulsion

UK Reveals High-Tech Programs in Air, Space and Propulsion

The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) and Royal Air Force (RAF) will invest in hypersonic propulsion, small satellites, and so-called flying wingmen and swarming drones. The […]
July 20, 2019
Private Aviation Paradise for Sale in Florida

Private Aviation Paradise for Sale in Florida

If you ever wished for a home on a private runway large enough to handle a Boeing 747, you now have your opportunity. Jumbolair, a private […]
July 19, 2019
Turkey Removed from F-35 Program

Turkey Removed from F-35 Program

Following the delivery of the first S-400 missile systems from Russia to Turkey, the U.S. government has announced that Turkey will be removed from the multinational, U.S.-led F-35 […]
July 18, 2019
Ailing Malaysia Airlines Braces for More Turbulence

Ailing Malaysia Airlines Braces for More Turbulence

The finances of cash-strapped Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) continue to falter despite its receipt of $1.46 billion worth of bailouts over the last four years under a […]
July 18, 2019
First the Pilatus PC-24 Joins Canada's Registry

First the Pilatus PC-24 Joins Canada’s Registry

Two weeks after the Pilatus PC-24 received certification from Transport Canada, the first of the versatile light jets has been delivered in the Great White North. According […]