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This is the second of a series of articles which focus on managerial challenges in the aviation and aerospace industries. The following brief scenario / case study which is meant to illustrate the problems associated with succession planning, career development and a changing workforce.
This deal sees EVFLY initially purchase 205 Prosperity I and Prosperity Cargo Aircraft from AutoFlight.
This case study and analysis was written by Rod Hayward, an Associate Professor in the BBA AV (Bachelor of Business Administration in Aviation) programme at the University of the Fraser Valley.
On January 4, Horizon Aircraft, an advanced aerospace engineering company, announced that it has successfully completed initial hover testing of its 'Cavorite X5' scale prototype.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Airbus A300's first flight. The airliner was developed in the 1960s by a consortium of European companies, which included Aerospatiale, Deutsche Airbus, British Aerospace, Casa and Fokker-VFV.
De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited has announced that the site of its new aircraft manufacturing facility will be in Wheatland County, Alberta, approximately 30 minutes east of Calgary.
American Airlines and Boom Supersonic today announced the airline’s agreement to purchase up to 20 Overture aircraft, with an option for an additional 40.
SkyMed is a new one-hour CBC drama series about the intense personal lives of young nurses and pilots flying air ambulances in Northern Manitoba. SkyMed premieres in Canada beginning Sunday, July 10 at 9pm (9:30pm in Newfoundland) on CBC TV and will also be available to stream for free on CBC Gem.
Which are the oldest airlines in the world still in operation?
On June 4, more than 120 Textron Aviation aircraft departed from 28 states across the United States and landed at Orlando Executive Airport with Special Olympics athletes and coaches aboard.
In part one of our article on assessing your own risk we covered the potential risks facing Commercial Aviation Business and Airport Occupants and how insurance can be used as a way to protect yourself and your business. Now we’re going to look at potential risks for aircraft owners, both private and commercial.
According to a recent Pilatus press release, the 2021 financial year was extremely successful for the company, but also challenging. Despite the difficult circumstances, a new production record of 152 aircraft deliveries was set.