Deutsche Aircraft Appoints Maximilian Fahr as Vice President, Supply Chain

Deutsche Aircraft has announced the appointment of Maximilian D. Fahr as Vice President, Supply Chain, effective November 1, 2022. Based in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich, Maximilian will lead and manage the supply chain organization of the company, working closely with strategic partners to ensure highest levels of quality and efficiency to accelerate the transition to more […]

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Arizona Pilots Association Launches Passport Program

The Arizona Pilots Association in conjunction with programming assistance from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) has announced the launch of Arizona’s very own Airport Passport Program (AZAPP).  In doing so, the pilot group joins with nine other states which are already running successful Airport Passport Programs.  What makes Arizona’s program unique is that instead of […]

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Shovels Can Hit the Ground for Multi-Billion Dollar O’Hare Airport Terminal

Construction can start on new passenger terminals at O’Hare International Airport. U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and local, state, and federal officials marked the milestone today at O’Hare after the Federal Aviation Administration completed the project’s environmental review. “Chicago’s transportation infrastructure is what makes this city an economic powerhouse of global importance,” said U.S. Transportation […]

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NBAA Recognizes First Recipients of Sustainable Flight Department Accreditation

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has announced its first batch of business aviation entities that have achieved the organization’s newly established Sustainable Flight Department Accreditation. The program, which was launched earlier this year, includes four independent accreditations: flight, ground support, operations and infrastructure. The categories are aimed at recognizing the diversity of business aviation […]

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NBAA Welcomes FAA Ruling on Expanding Aircraft Ownership Cycle

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today welcomed the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) direct final rule to extend the duration of aircraft registration certificates from three to seven years. “We applaud the FAA for hearing our concerns over the current requirements and making this change,” said NBAA Director of Flight Operations and Regulations Brian Koester. […]

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