The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Thursday
welcomed the White House nomination of Dr. Mark R. Rosekind to the
National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The White House
announced the nomination on September 30.
Company Will Promote Full Range Of Commercial Jets Up To 122
Embraer will participate in the annual European Regions Airline
Association (ERA) General Assembly. The event, to be held October 8
to 10, is one of the most important airline, airport and supplier
gatherings in Europe, and includes a trade exhibition and a
Addison Pemberton Revives an 80-Year Old Aviation Legacy
Addison Pemberton is no stranger to rare aviation restorations. Having learned to fly at the age of 15, Pemberton spent most of his adolescent years surrounded by exceptional antique aircraft including Howards, Travel Airs, Wacos, and Stearmans. It was, however, one particular vintage aircraft that captured his fascination over the years, the Boeing 40. As a child, Pemberton heard stories of his father’s own adolescent aviation experiences, listening to the Boeing 40s flying over the family’s Iowa farm. Situated underneath the transcontinental mail route of the 1920s and 1930s, the farm had a front-row seat to the development of Boeing’s commercial success.
21 Sessions Focus On The Light Business Airplane Sector
There will be plenty of information for the owners and operators
of Light Business Airplanes at this year's NBAA Annual Meeting and
Convention, set for October 20th-22nd in Orlando. The problem may
be getting to all the sessions that look interesting.
Business Aviation Faces The Same Concerns Worldwide, He
Cessna chairman, president, and CEO Jack J. Pelton said business
aviation faces similar issues around the world that will require
operators to cooperate across regional lines if the business is to
thrive. Pelton's remarks came during his keynote address at the
Regional Aviation Association of Australia Convention.