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Aircare to provide first aid services to Dassault Falcon

Dassault Aviation has appointed Aircare International to provide first aid and emergency medical services, materials and training for all new Falcon jet customers. “After a comprehensive review of what was available, and taking into account...
Boeing 737 MAX

Virgin Australia converts Boeing 737 orders to MAX 10

Virgin Australia announced is adding the largest and most efficient member of the Boeing 737 MAX family to its growing single-aisle fleet. The carrier has converted ten orders for the 737 MAX 8 for...
Dassault Falcon 6X

Dassault announces 6X twin-jet fast-tracked for 2022 deliveries

+VIDEO Out with the old – the Falcon 5X – and in with the new - the Falcon 6X. Dassault took a deep breath late in 2017, after Safran delivered its bad news on...

Pilatus delivers first PC-24 jet to PlaneSense

Pilatus Aircraft delivered the first production PC-24 twin jet earlier this month to U.S. fractional ownership service PlaneSense. The aircraft is the first of six PC-24s which PlaneSense has on order with Pilatus. PlaneSense has...

Flying Colours to modify six Q400M for special mission work

Six production Bombardier Q400M aircraft are to be modified by Flying Colours for Conair for special mission uses. Flying Colours is a maintenance, refurbishment and completion specialist, while Conair is a leading provider of fixed-wing...

2018 TBMs introduce heated seats and cockpit tweaks

Daher has announced new features for its 2018 production TBM 910s and TBM 930s, including the first electrically-heated seats for an aircraft in its single-engine turboprop category. Building on the cabin restyling implemented last year...

The Vikings are coming! EASA approves maintenance training

+VIDEO Viking Air has been awarded European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation Approval. It marks the end of a two-year period of rigorous preparation. The Part 147 Approval allows Viking to...

Dassault cancels Falcon 5X following Safran engine issues

Dassault Aviation has cancelled the Falcon 5X following another failure of Safran with its Silvercrest engines. Dassaults says it will start again with a new aircraft to be powered by Pratt & Whitney engines,...

Pilatus receives type certification for PC-24 jet from FAA and EASA

Swiss manufacturer Pilatus Aircraft has obtained type certificates from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the PC-24 light jet. Deliveries of the PC-24 will start immediately to...

Cessna launches new SkyCourier with 100-ship FedEx order

A new turboprop twin from Textron Aviation has been rumoured for some time but it hard to see what segment of the aviation that the owners of Beech and Cessna would aim for. Rumour...