We sometimes get calls, usually in the middle of the night from companies that arrange air transportation for organ procurement teams, or for the donated organs, themselves.
I have a friend in NC that runs one of these companies and recently had the privilege to arrange a trip for him. We’ve known each other and [...]
Title 55 is the South Carolina code of laws that establishes the Division of Aeronautics and their authority. This code defines the aviation system in SC. The South Carolina Aviation Association in correlation with the South Carolina Division of Aeronautics has been asking that we connect with our legislators and ask for their support in [...]
Business conditions will remain unstable, at least, until cash investors can plan a return on their investment (ROI). Other investors are repeatedly hearing, “just say no” to finance terms, while both investor types are desperately awaiting a longer term tax structure to support a more stable investment plan.
The truth is that the down-turned economy has not changed aviation [...]
How many of you participate or have participated in the FAA’s WINGS Proficiency Program? Did you know that the program has undergone a major overhaul? Here are some of the highlights of the new system:
1. The system has 3 levels (Basic, Advanced and Master)
2. Within each level, you can complete multiple Phases
Several years ago, we witnessed the debut of a new class of aircraft – the Very Light Jet, or VLJ. By definition, these aircraft weigh less than 10,000 pounds and are designed for single-pilot operations. They are powered by two turbofan engines, seat five or six passengers, have the latest in automated avionics, and cost [...]