Aviation News


What happened? MH370 and other aviation mysteries - CNN


Deutsche Welle

What happened? MH370 and other aviation mysteries
CNN
This week, plane debris washed up on Reunion Island, and it's undergoing tests to determine whether it's linked to the missing jetliner. Aviation experts and government officials remain baffled over the mystery of the jet and the fate of the 239 people ...
Aviation expert: Washed-up debris 'very likely' from MH370Deutsche Welle
La Reunion And The MH370 PuzzleAviation Week
MH370 Investigation: Aviation Experts Cast Doubt That Reunion Island Debris Is ...International Business Times

all 5,437 news articles »
Follow link to news article

Aviation commissioner urges jet noise critics to get behind her plans - Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago Sun-Times

Aviation commissioner urges jet noise critics to get behind her plans
Chicago Sun-Times
“We can't accept that this is the end of the story,'' FAIR leader Colleen Mulcrone told Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans during a closed-door meeting Friday night. “The impact this has on people who live under planes hour after hour, day after day, ...
O'Hare Neighbors To Get Some Noise Relief, Aviation Commissioner SaysCBS Local
Chicago Department of Aviation Releases Plan to Address O'Hare Airport NoiseNBC Chicago
Dangerous runways at O'Hare? Some doubt city's claimsChicago Tribune

all 104 news articles »
Follow link to news article

Eyes on the skies in India as aviation industry soars - The National


The National

Eyes on the skies in India as aviation industry soars
The National
“In my nearly 30 years of experience in aviation in India, I always found a great emphasis on very high safety standards in the initial years,” says Satish Modh, who was in aviation for most of his career before becoming the director of the Vivekanand ...

and more »
Follow link to news article

ATF price slashed by 9.5%; aviation stocks may fly on Mon - Moneycontrol.com


Moneycontrol.com

ATF price slashed by 9.5%; aviation stocks may fly on Mon
Moneycontrol.com
In what will come as a huge boost for the country's aviation carriers, Indian Oil Corporation today said it had cut aviation turbine fuel (ATF) price by a massive 9.5 percent, or Rs 4,860, to Rs 46,407/kiloLitre in Delhi, effective today. With the ...

Follow link to news article

Textron Aviation's billings fall by $122 million in first half - Wichita Eagle


Wichita Eagle

Textron Aviation's billings fall by $122 million in first half
Wichita Eagle
Textron Aviation's general aircraft billings through the first six months of the year were down more than $120 million, or 9.3 percent, compared to first half of 2014, according to figures released Friday by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association.

Follow link to news article

AIN Blog: Uber of Aviation? Not (yet) - Aviation International News (blog)


Aviation International News (blog)

AIN Blog: Uber of Aviation? Not (yet)
Aviation International News (blog)
It seems like every week, another charter broker announces that it has launched the “Uber of Aviation.” This is just so much marketing hype. There is no aviation equivalent of Uber, and the chances of one appearing are not even slim but nearly impossible.

and more »
Follow link to news article

Ideal Aviation Latest FBO to Join Paragon Network - Aviation International News


Ideal Aviation Latest FBO to Join Paragon Network
Aviation International News
Longtime St. Louis Downtown Airport (KCPS) service provider Ideal Aviation became the latest facility to join the Paragon Network of independent FBOs. Ideal Aviation, which formally joined August 1, is the 22nd FBO to join the Paragon Network spanning ...

Follow link to news article

Aviation caucus growing in California legislature - AOPA Pilot


Aviation caucus growing in California legislature
AOPA Pilot
There are now eight Senate members of the aviation caucus in the 40-seat upper chamber, up from seven; and 13 members of the aviation caucus in the 80-seat Assembly, up from 10, said Melissa McCaffrey, AOPA Western/Pacific regional manager.

Follow link to news article

Meet BLADE, The Startup That Is Cornering The Short-Distance Aviation Market - Forbes


Forbes

Meet BLADE, The Startup That Is Cornering The Short-Distance Aviation Market
Forbes
Booking a short flight used to require multiple phone calls, faxing your credit card, and a lot of headache. Granted you first needed to be able to afford it, but booking helicopters- short-distance aviation- was something only accessible to the 1% of ...

Follow link to news article

BU students soar in national aviation competition - Press & Sun-Bulletin


Press & Sun-Bulletin

BU students soar in national aviation competition
Press & Sun-Bulletin
A team of Binghamton University students developed a solution to a problem that plagues airports around the country — and received industry recognition for it. The students designed an automated system that airports can use to better predict ...

Follow link to news article
Zip: