Host Of Governors, House, Senate Leaders Understand Industry's
The NBAA on Friday pointed to three key metrics – one
half, one quarter and one third – which the organization says
demonstrate that national and state policymakers understand and
want to highlight the value of business aviation.
Union Representing Boeing Workers Says The Senator Interfered
With Law Enforcement
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace
Workers (IAM) released a letter Friday which has been sent to the
Senate Select Committee on Ethics calling for an investigation into
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey.
Honeywell-Operated Gulfstream G-450 Departed Friday To Paris
Biofuels are definitely going to be at the forefront of the
Paris Air Show. The same day Boeing announced that it was flying
its 747-8 to Le Bourget on a 15% biofuel blend, Honeywell announced
that it would fly its G-450 to the show on a 50/50 blend
of traditional jet fuel and camelina-based fuel.
The FAA has proposed to assess a $584,375 civil penalty against
United Airlines, Inc., of Elk Grove Village, IL, for allegedly
violating FAA and U.S. DOT regulations for random drug and
alcohol testing of safety-sensitive employees.
Virgin America To Be First With $1.4 Billion Order On A320neo
Virgin America launched CFM International's advanced LEAP engine
with an order on Wednesday to power 30 new Airbus A320neo aircraft.
The airline also announced that CFM's CFM56-5B will power 30
current technology A320s.
"One half, one quarter and one third – these
numbers are solid proof that lawmakers all over the country
understand and appreciate what business aviation means for them and
their constituents." Source: NBAA President and CEO Ed