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June 23, 2023

Airborne 06.23.23: Eco Lawsuit, Aerobility Scholarship, 100 Elixir Sale

 Also: Airbus to Recruit 13,000, Prop Shop Seminar, Looming Machinist Strike, Aviation Talent Forecast

A number of anti-aviation environmental and outdoor recreation groups have filed a lawsuit against U.S. Forest Service officials. The suit alleges the agency, by dint of the named officials’ malfeasance, allowed and even encouraged the 'illegal' use of remote airstrips in an Idaho wilderness. Aerobility is a U.K. charity about the commendable mission of providing disabled individuals access to the liberating, self-affirming, independence-fostering challenge of piloting an aircraft. Through various fundraising initiatives and thoughtful management strategies, Aerobility allows disabled individuals to get behind the controls of a

Gulfstream Expands St. Louis Operations

Roll’n on the River

Gulfstream Aerospace, the Savannah, Georgia-headquartered maker of eminently covetable, world-class business jets, announced that its completions and outfitting operations at southwestern Illinois’s St. Louis Downtown Airport (CPS) were to be further expanded. The announcement heralds broadening of the accession formerly announced in spring 2022 at Gulfstream’s St. Louis Service Center in Cahokia Heights, Illinois, and was made possible by dint of the State of Illinois Economic Development for a Growing Economy (EDGE) tax credit program.

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