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“Business Jet Center (BJC), one of five (soon to be six) FBOs at Dallas Love Field, has completed its newest and largest hangar, which will begin accepting tenant aircraft immediately.” (AIN Online)
“Textron Aviation is shelving development of the Hemisphere large-cabin business jet, Textron Inc. CEO Scott Donnelly announced this morning during its second-quarter conference call.” (AIN Online)
“It’s the dog days of mid-summer and the business aviation industry seems to be cruising along at low-idle power. Traffic is down and major industry announcements have slowed to a trickle. But beneath the surface, there is still plenty going on.” (AIN Online)
“The FAA has issued a draft advisory circular (AC 120-MPTP) containing guidelines, recommendations and suggested means of compliance with a continuous airworthiness maintenance program (Camp).” (AIN Online)
“June was the busiest month of the year for business aviation activity in Europe, with 87,236 departures, but still continued the trend of year-over-year declines, according to the latest WingX Business Aviation Monitor.” (AIN Online)
“Avionics test equipment and airborne networking manufacturer CCX Technologies has developed a “cybersecurity appliance” that is designed to prevent unauthorized access to onboard networks and electronic systems.” (AIN Online)