Citation Latitude’s PW306D1 Engine, Embraer and NetJets Phenom 300 Orders, Chicago Tribune’s Mischaracterization of Business Aviation

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Second Largest Operator in World, Lawsuit to Preserve Business Aviation Access, NetJets Labor Dispute, EBACE

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Business Aviation Users Feel More Productive on Private Jets, Pilatus PC-24 Begins Taxi Runs, Gulfstream G500 and G600 New Wing Skin Supplier, NetJets Europe Prepares For First Challenger 350, Dassault Adds Second Falcon 8X to Test Program

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OpEd in New York Times from NBAA: Business Aviation Isn’t a ‘Taker’

Business Aviation Isn’t a “Taker” Ed Bolen, President and Chief Executive of National Business Aviation Association (JetOptions is a member of NBAA) wrote the following letter to the editor of the New York Times in response to the article “A Nation of Takers?,” by Nicholas Kristof (column, March 27): To the Editor: “A Nation of Takers?,” by…

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Supersonic Business Jet – A Matter of When, Not If, Learjet 85 First Flight on Hold, NBAA Defends Tax Depreciation for Bizjets + MORE Apr 1st

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With Help from Congress, Business Aviation Wins Barr Battle

President Obama signed a $12.5 billion transportation, housing and urban development appropriations bill on Friday containing language that reinstated the Block Aircraft Registration Request (Barr) through at least Fiscal Year 2012 (Sept. 30, 2012). The language, included in the funding bill for the DOT (the FAA’s parent department) and other agencies, states: “None of the…

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New Study Shows Business Aircraft Increases Agency Efficiency

A new study–written by Nexa Advisors and commissioned by NBAA in conjunction with the “No Plane, No Gain” campaign–shows that local, state and federal government use of business aircraft increases agency or departmental efficiency and provides significant taxpayer value. The report, Government Use of Aircraft: A Taxpayer Value Perspective, is the third in the business…

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