Posted on May 28th, 2019
Embraer Executive Jets president and CEO Marco Tulio Pellegrini said today. The aircraft received certification from Brazilian aviation agency ANAC last month. Meanwhile, FAA certification of the fly-by-wire midsize is “imminent,” with this approval possibly coming later this week, he added. Embraer plans to deliver up to six Legacy 500s by year-end, Pellegrini said, noting that he has “high expectations” for the new model.
J.P. Morgan’s September report on business aviation reveals “encouraging” but cautious data and analysis of the industry. While noting that U.S. business aircraft operations were up about 4 percent in August, and the used aircraft inventory “declined modestly,” its analysts still would prefer to see sustained improvement before rallying behind news of a recovery.
The NBAA Charities scholarship program, generously supported by NBAA Member donors, offers nearly $100,000 annually in cash awards as tuition reimbursement for enrolled students and nearly the same amount in monetary and training awards for working professionals in business aviation, including pilots, maintenance professionals, schedulers, dispatchers, flight attendants and flight technicians.:
— NBAA (@NBAA) September 24, 2014
In September, the governors of Alaska, Maryland, Michigan and New Mexico re-affirmed the value of general aviation (GA), including business aviation, to their states.
— NBAA (@NBAA) September 23, 2014
Former CFO of Dassault Falcon Jet, Jack Young, makes comments at the official retirement of the last Falcon HU-25. pic.twitter.com/kxtJFofXLp
— Dassault Falcon (@DassaultFalcon) September 23, 2014
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