Single-Engine Denali Joins Legendary Beechcraft Turboprop Family

Textron Aviation announced it is realigning its turboprop aircraft lineup as the single-engine Beechcraft Denali (previously branded the Cessna Denali) joins the legendary twin-engine Beechcraft King Air 260 and King Air 360/360ER as part of the company’s high-performance turboprop product lineup. The aircraft development program continues to progress toward a first flight anticipated later this […]

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AAAE Elects Leaders for 2021-22 at 93rd Annual Conference & Exposition

Lawrence J. Krauter, A.A.E., AICP, Chief Executive Officer, Spokane International Airport, took office this week as Chair of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) for 2021-22. Founded in 1928, AAAE is the world’s largest professional organization representing individuals who work at public-use commercial and general aviation airports. Other key appointments to the Association’s Executive […]

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BasicMed Report Released by AOPA

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, after championing the decades-long push for long-overdue medical certification reform, has released a report on how BasicMed has kept safe pilots flying and free from unnecessary red tape and delays over the past five years. President Barack Obama signed into law legislation that created what is now referred to […]

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FAA Opens Houston Space Safety Office to Increase Oversight of Texas and New Mexico Operations

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) opened a safety field office in Houston to increase its oversight of commercial space operations in Texas and New Mexico. From this location, FAA inspectors will be able to more effectively and efficiently monitor the ongoing testing programs and commercial space tourism operations of SpaceX and […]

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