Happy Monday, everyone! The 4th of July was last week, so there’s not a whole lot to read this time around, but there’s still a few stories to check out! Don’t forget to follow our Facebook page and Twitter profile to keep up with all the latest happenings at CapJet!
“The Pilatus PC-24 Super Versatile Jet turned heads at this week’s Festival of Speed show at Goodwood Aerodrome in southern England when it became the first business jet to land on the rural site’s 2,621-foot grass runway.” (AIN Online)
“California-based aircraft services provider and FBO operator Clay Lacy Aviation has announced the latest recipients of the Clay Lacy Pilot Scholarship at Orange Coast College (OCC).” (AIN Online)
“The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) today published the Special Condition document that will govern development and certification framework for hybrid- and electric-powered vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft.” (AIN Online)
“The FAA is assuring operators that, in certain circumstances, a degradation of GPS performance will not be deemed as noncompliance with ADS-B Out requirements, including cases where the properly-equipped operators conduct “due diligence.” (AIN Online)