Senators Call Part 121 Aircraft Evacuation Standards ‘Unrealistic’

U.S. Lawmakers introduced a bill Thursday that would require the FAA to publish new aircraft evacuation standards.
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Pilatus Delivers First PC-12 NGX to Tradewind Aviation

A total of 20 will be delivered to Tradewind’s headquarters in Oxford, Connecticut, over the next five years.
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Airbus to Miss 2022 Delivery Target 

The manufacturer said a “complex operating environment" thwarted its goal of producing 700 aircraft in 2022.
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FAA Policy Allowing Airline Dispatcher Remote Work Under Fire

FAA administrators face questions from lawmakers for allowing Republic and SkyWest dispatchers to work from home.
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Xwing Joins FAA Study of Unmanned Systems Traffic Integration

The project is studying how commercial unmanned aerial systems interact with GA traffic and in complex operating environments.
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Volato Orders 25 HondaJet Elite IIs

The fractional jet company's order will increase its HondaJet fleet to more than 40 aircraft.
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Embraer Nabs Order for 5 E195-E2 Aircraft, Keeps Airline Secret

The OEM said it will deliver four aircraft by the end of 2023, while the final aircraft will be delivered in 2024.
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NetJets to Add Bombardier Global 8000 to Fleet

NetJets has placed a firm order for four Global 8000 ultralong-range jets valued at $312 million.
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Memphis Airport Opens New Deicing Pads Ahead of Winter Season

The new deicing pads are large enough to simultaneously accommodate 12 widebody cargo aircraft.
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Denver International to Build Center of Equity and Excellence in Aviation

The training center aims to create a pipeline of aviation talent in Denver by providing career opportunities for under-represented and young people.
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