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“The International Aircraft Dealers Association, formerly known as the National Aircraft Resale Association, has rolled out a new website featuring the business aircraft for sale and listed by its broker members, which officials said is another step toward elevating the broker profession.” (AIN Online)
“As the U.S. Department of Transportation’s new rule governing charter broker practices is set to take effect on February 14, the revisions have raised some questions from schedulers and dispatchers, NBAA said.” (AIN Online)
“The White House announcement Friday afternoon of an agreement to end the prolonged shutdown came as air traffic staffing shortages created lengthy delays for traffic in the New York area.” (AIN Online)
“Brazilian aviation associations filled an auditorium at São Paulo Campo de Marte Airport on Monday evening to forge a common front against a proposal by the state’s newly elected governor to close the airfield and turn it into a park, with the runway being repurposed for basketball, soccer, and other sports.” (AIN Online)
“Transport Canada has issued new rules that require drone pilots to register their aircraft and obtain a pilot certificate by June 1.” (AIN Online)
“Bombardier Business Aircraft has positioned a mobile response team (MRT) truck in New England, enhancing its aircraft maintenance reach and response times in the U.S. region.” (AIN Online)
“JetSuiteX, the sister company of business jet charter firm JetSuite that flies 30-seat Embraer ERJ-135s on scheduled trips, is adding seasonal flights to Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport (TRM) in Thermal, California, this April for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.” (AIN Online)