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This Week in Aviation News! April 22nd, 2019 – April 29th, 2019

This Week in Aviation News! June 11th, 2018 – June 17th, 2018
This Week in Aviation News! April 15th, 2019 – April 21st, 2019 (featuring Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition 2019, Pt. 1!)
April 22, 2019
This Week in Aviation News! August 20th 2018 – August 26th 2018
This Week in Aviation News! April 30th, 2019 – May 5th, 2019
May 6, 2019

This Week in Aviation News! April 22nd, 2019 – April 29th, 2019

This Week in Aviation News! September 10th 2018 – September 16th 2018

Happy… Tuesday afternoon? Yeah, we’re a little late this week, but that’s okay – it gives us an extra day of news to cover! There’s a lot to read through this week – don’t forget to also follow our Facebook and Twitter pages as well for the latest updates as they happen!


  • Falcon 8X Sets SMO-TEB Speed Record

    “The big trijet landed on Santa Monica’s shortened 3,500-foot runway early Wednesday morning after flying from Portland, using less than 2,000 feet for the landing.” (AIN Online)


  • ACJ319neo Crew Sets Longest-flight Mark

    “Just two days after making its maiden flight, Airbus Corporate Jets’ first ACJ319neo completed a 16-hour, 10-minute test flight that set a new record for the longest A320-family flight by an Airbus crew, the European airframer announced today.” (AIN Online)


  • Illegal Charter Concerns Aired in Nashville

    “FAA Flight Standards inspectors joined NBAA and NATA representatives during a recent summit in Nashville, Tennessee, as they continue their educational campaign on illegal charter.” (AIN Online)


  • Gulfstream Deliveries, Sales Soar in First Quarter

    “Business jet deliveries at Gulfstream Aerospace climbed nearly 31 percent year-over-year in the first quarter, largely due to G500 shipments, parent company General Dynamics reported today.” (AIN Online)



  • Earthquake Damages Philippines Airport

    “Clark International Airport (CIA) in Pampanga province, Philippines, was badly damaged after a 6.3 magnitude earthquake on Monday, but the Metrojet Engineering Clark business aircraft MRO facility there appears to have suffered only minor damage, officials reported.” (AIN Online)


  • B-29 ‘Doc’ Settles In At New Wichita Hangar

    “After 18 years in Wichita, the restored Boeing B-29 Superfortress named “Doc” has settled in to a permanent home in the city where the sleek, World War II-era bomber was built 75 years earlier.” (AIN Online)


  • Bizjets Contribute To Honeywell’s Q1 Organic Growth

    “Despite a 15 percent drop in total sales at Honeywell, organic sales in its aerospace unit grew 10 percent in the first quarter, helped by a combination of business and commercial aviation demand, the New Jersey-based company announced late last week.” (AIN Online)

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