Vibroair Flugservice GmbH & Co. KG signed a contract for two Phenom 300, one Legacy 500, and one Legacy 600 executive jets. The Legacy 600 is scheduled for delivery in 2009, and is already included in Embraer’s second quarter 2008 firm order backlog. The Legacy 600 will be dedicated to private charter operations in Europe, …
7 October 2008
Moog was selected by Gulfstream Aerospace as the complete flight control system supplier for the Gulfstream G250 business jet. The Company has been working on design and development activities since 2007. The system includes flight control computers, primary and secondary flight control actuators, high lift system, cockpit sensors and miscellaneous components. Moog will also provide …
Petters Aviation and its subsidiaries, including MN Airlines LC, d.b.a. Sun Country Airlines filed for protection under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Sun Country Airlines will continue to operate and fly its regular flight schedule. Stan Gadek, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sun Country said,
JetBlue Airways reported that its traffic in September decreased 4.8% from September 2007, on a capacity decrease of 11.5%. Load factor for September 2008 was 76.7%, an increase of 5.3 points from September 2007.
Berwind, a private investment management company, has signed the first long-term CorporateCare agreement to support its Rolls-Royce BR725-powered Gulfstream G650
Pratt & Whitney Canada has received Transport Canada and FAA type certification for its new PW617F engine, selected to power the Embraer Phenom 100 very light jet (VLJ).
Embraer CAE Training Services (ECTS) has launched its first pilot and technical training programs for the Phenom 100 aircraft at CAE
DC Aviation, with headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany, took delivery of the seventh Legacy 600 in the customer
Bombardier Aerospace revealed its new all-composite Learjet 85 aircraft interior to customers at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) annual convention and exhibition in Orlando, on September 6th. Designed to provide a larger, more comfortable cabin the Learjet 85 aircraft
SAS Group’s traffic decreased by 6.7% during September and seat capacity was up 1,7% vs 2007. SAS Group carried 3.3 million passengers in September, down 8.4% vs 2007 and the total load factor was down by 6.3 pts to 69.6%.