NOW, YOU CAN BECOME A PILOT WITHOUT MEDICAL LICENSE! ITS A WOW! As of May 1, 2017 pilots flying under certain conditions will no longer be required to have an FAA medical certificate. Under BasicMed rules the pilot can self-certify their ability to fly aircraft that meet the following conditions: Certificated maximum gross weight up […]
Captain is the most respected tittle for every aviator and that make people keep asking how to be a captain and how long does the career takes to be the captain? Today let me share something about this issue. Captain is the pilot in command (PIC) of an aircraft is the person aboard the aircraft who is […]
To meet skyrocketing travel demand, Chinese airlines need to hire almost 100 pilots a week for the next 20 years . Facing a shortage of candidates at home, carriers are dangling lucrative pay packages at foreigners with cockpit experience. Mr Giacomo Palombo, a former United Airlines pilot, said he’s being bombarded every week with offers […]
A Boeing 777 Emirates plane has crash-landed at Dubai International Airport. However, all 300 people on board were able to escape from the burning aircraft. Shortly before the Boeing 777 flight EK 521 was due to land, the pilot announced the passengers that there was a problem with the landing gear and that he would […]
Bombardier Business Aircraft has created a worldwide sales team completely dedicated to the Learjet 70 and Learjet 75 aircraft. Mike Fahey is heading up the new Learjet sales team. He was appointed Vice President, Learjet Aircraft Sale.
Universal Avionics (officially known as Universal Avionics Systems Corporation) is a leading producer of avionics systems. The company’s products are offered as retrofit and forward-fit solutions for a diversified range of aircraft types. Current markets served by them include business, special missions, government/military, airlines, helicopter and OEM. The company’s journey began in 1981 when founder Hubert […]
Members of the South Florida Business Aviation Association (SFBAA) recently heard NBAA’s perspectives on a variety of issues facing the industry, including FAA reauthorization and concerns over proposals for creating a privatized air traffic control (ATC) system, funded by user fees.