Pilot Runs a Crop-Dusting Business

A pilot and aerial applicator business owner shares her story with FLYING.
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Most Aviation Businesses Aren’t Worried About a Recession, for Now

Despite forecasts of a recession in the coming year, segments of the aviation industry are keeping a positive outlook.
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History of Agricultural Aviation Reveals a Series of Turning Points

Industry’s growth has been marked by interesting watershed moments.
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Wipaire Delivers 150th Set of Wipline 13000 Floats to Trans Maldivian Airways

The South Saint Paul, Minnesota, company has been in the seaplane business for more than 65 years.
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UND Receives $2.5 Million From FAA to Support Veteran Flight Students

The program will help veterans pay for flight lessons and complement existing GI Bill benefits.
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Extra Aircraft Opens New Facility in Florida

Maintenance and parts operation will support large North American customer base.
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Business Jet Market Maintains Its Heat: Gulfstream Delivers 500th Aircraft in G650 Family

In 2014, the National Aeronautic Association awarded the G650 program the Robert J. Collier Trophy, one of the most prestigious industry awards.
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Update: What Would a Recession Mean for Aviation?

As talk increases about an economic downturn, two economists weigh in on possible impacts for the industry.
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L3Harris Divests Flight Training Assets in Portugal to Sevenair

The multinational corporation’s exit provides a growth opportunity for the Lisbon-based aviation company, which operates an academy, MRO, and regional airline.
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Garmin G3000 Selected To Modernize U.S. Navy and Marine Corps F-5 Aircraft

Tactical Air Support will use the G3000 for the F-5 Tiger Fighter fleet.
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