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This Week in Aviation News! January 28th, 2019 – February 3rd, 2019

This Week in Aviation News! January 28th, 2019 – February 3rd, 2019

Happy February, everyone! We’ve got a large news haul for you today – it was a very busy week for aviation! Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to be the first to find out what’s going on at CapJet!

 

 

 

  • End of the Line for the Fleet’s Legacy Hornets

    “On February 1, the U.S. Navy is holding a special ceremony to commemorate the passing of one of its stalwarts, as the Boeing (previously McDonnell Douglas) F/A-18C Hornet leaves the active-duty fleet.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Australia Plans Mandatory Drone Registration

    “Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority has proposed rules for a graduated implementation process for drone registration and accreditation of remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) operators.” (AIN Online)

 

  • New Rules for Charter Brokers Mean New Responsibilities

    “A new regulation whose effective date falls on February 14 will for the first time recognize air charter brokers as indirect air carriers, but with it comes new responsibilities for them and the Part 135 operators whose flights they charter.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Avfuel Promotes Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuel

    “After business aviation industry’s Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuel (SAJF) trial event held earlier this month at California’s Van Nuys Airport, Avfuel is continuing the discussion over its use at the Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference this week in San Antonio, Texas.” (AIN Online)

 

  • VNY Hosts First Bizav SAJF Event

    “The business aviation industry directed its focus last month to California’s Van Nuys Airport, where the event Business Jets Fuel Green: A Step Towards Sustainability took place.” (AIN Online)

 

  • AAR Points To Prospects To Fill Labor Pipeline

    “As the industry concerns grow over the labor shortage, MRO AAR has released a new report that explores opportunities to build the pool of aviation maintenance workers.” (AIN Online)

 

 

  • Schedulers & Dispatchers Show Opens With Nod to Past

    “The 30th anniversary NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference officially opened Wednesday in San Antonio, Texas, with a nod to its inception in 1989 and founders Fred Towers and Bob Weinwurzel.” (AIN Online)

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