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The first editorial in-flight evaluation of the G650, Gulfstream's new ultra-long range business jet, is getting integrated exposure with simultaneous-but-distinct cover stories in Business & Commercial Aviation and in Aviation Week & Space Technology magazines, as well as in an on-line video on http://www.aviationweek.com . Powered by twin ... (more) Comment?
Utility tools: The new Condux Gulfstream 200 micro fiber optic cable blower is ideal for FTTH and Enterprise micro fiber installations. Comment?
Beleaguered retailer J.C. Penney has laid off thousands, seeking to cut costs as an ill-fated makeover plan has faltered. Comment?
Bombardier has adopted a new strategy that includes no near-term replacement for the Challenger large business jet despite increasing competition. Comment?
J.C. Penney Co. Chief Executive Officer Ron Johnson, who is struggling to overhaul the department-store company, risks making his task harder by hiring at least nine key executives who live a plane ride away. Comment?
Emtjets have expanded and increased their worldwide database to 1,600 Aircraft Operators, 5,000 Airports and 4,000 Aircraft for Charter, Leasing and Sales. Comment?
Jonathan Zucker, president of the Intertech Group, briefs Governor Nikki Haley at the official opening of InterTech subsidiary TIGHITCO's new composites factory in North Charleston. Comment?
Gulfstream delivered the first G650 on the same day that the US Federal Aviation Administration granted the company a production certificate for the long-range business jet. Comment?
Gulfstream plans to deliver 139 green aircraft this year, with its large cabin family expected to account for nearly 80% of this tally. Comment?
Emtjets, now Global Jets Corporation , provides real-time pricing and availability for flights worldwide. Comment?
GE Aviation has begun assembly of the first Passport development engine selected to power Bombardier 's in-development Global 7000 and 8000 business jets. Comment?
Without action by the U.S. Senate or House to save federal funding, Smyrna Airport expects to lose its air traffic control tower service on April 7. "The cessation of funding is necessary for the Federal Aviation Administration to implement the budget sequestration that took effect on March 1," said John Black, executive director for the Smyrna ... (more) Comment?
The Boulder Regional Fire Training Center, located on the Diagonal Highway south of 63rd Street, opened this week with a ceremonial ribboncutting. Comment?
Todd Smolinski pulls a plane out of the hangar at National Flight Services in Swanton. Comment?
The Gulfstream G280 program at Spirit AeroSystems in Tulsa was a big source of cost overruns for the company last year. Comment?
Without action by the U.S. Senate or House to save federal funding, Smyrna Airport operated by the Smyrna/Rutherford County Airport Authority expects to lose its air traffic control tower service on April 7. "The cessation of funding is necessary for the Federal Aviation Administration to implement the budget sequestration that took effect on ... (more) Comment?
Gary Pelfrey of Davis Flight Support said recently a seed company flew in on a Gulfstream IV with 13 people for 72 hours. His clients utilized 13 rooms at the Hallmark Inn for three nights, and spent money for four rental cars, meals, $600 on catering from Nugget and $15,000 worth of fuel. Comment?
Outagamie County Airport Director Marty Lenss said it was time to return to his roots. Comment?
Boeing spent more than 60,000 hours testing changes to the lithium-ion battery system for the 787 Dreamliner, which has been grounded in the wake of incidents on two planes, the chief project engineer for the project said Friday. Comment?
The installation was completed at West Star's East Alton location and was delivered on time at the beginning of March 2013. Comment?