Is your airplane or the airplane you fly registered? On July 20, 2010, the FAA issued it final ruling on aircraft re-registration. The new law requires aircraft owners to re-register their aircraft if it was registered prior to October 1, 2010. The schedule for re-registering you aircraft is based on the month in which you originally [...]
Despite the obvious challenges that have existed in aviation for several years now, over 24, 000 aviation enthusiasts showed up in Atlanta, GA for the National Business Aircaft Association’s 63rd annual convention. Participation included 1,083 exhibitors and a sold out static display of 93 aircraft at the DeKalb Peachtree Airport. Both numbers were up from [...]
The “Small Business Jobs Act of 2010” was passed recently and includes good news for aircraft buyers since Bonus Depreciation benefits were extended with the bill. Unfortunately, a significant portion of the new benefits expire at the end of the year. If you’re going to take advantage of this opportunity, you should do so quickly!
In a couple of weeks, the aviation industry’s largest event will be held in Atlanta, Georgia. This event is stated to be the 4th largest trade show event in the U.S. Over 1,000 exhibitors will be on site, and all will be promoting their products as the best product on the market for the intended [...]
Aircraft operations require the highest levels of standards, procedures, and practices possible to ensure the highest level of safety.
The global air transportation system responsibility has been the undertaking of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) since November 1944. This responsibility includes standards and recommended practices (SARPS) for airports, navigation, and aircraft operations. The global ICAO authority is [...]