Business Aviation

Why Business Aviation Schedulers and Dispatchers Should Say, “So Long Spreadsheets!”

Microsoft released Excel in 1985. And, since that day, the world’s most versatile spreadsheet application has effectively functioned as the duct tape of the workplace for the better part of four decades. It’s used for virtually everything. In fact,...

Charter Aviation Operators Offer First-Hand Accounts of the Power of Safety Management Systems

Safety is often cited as the top priority for the aviation community, and it is typically a key component of any organization’s mission. Putting focus on modern approaches to safety is crucial to the growth of aviation. This prospect has spurred the Connected Aviation Today series on safety management systems (SMS) and how they are making...

4 Steps to Bridge the Aviation Communications Gap in a Shared Oceanic Airspace

Due to an increase in business aviation activity during the pandemic, traditionally commercial airspaces are becoming not only more congested, but they are being traversed by flight crews not as accustomed to the respective protocols of those airspaces. Specifically,...

NBAA CEO Highlights the “New Office in the Sky” for 2021 Business Aviation

The aviation industry faced unique challenges during the global pandemic, shared by both commercial and business aviation. Yet, as one of the toughest years in history is behind us, there are opportunities on the horizon for business aviation in...

The CleanFlying Coalition: Establishing a Path Forward for Business Aviation Post-COVID

COVID continues to impact the aviation industry, and segments like business aviation are adapting accordingly to passenger expectations with it comes to health and safety. Learning from industry peers is an important part of that adaptation process and the...

VBACE Explores Data’s Impact on Business Aviation Operational Best Practices

Like most industry events this year, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has chosen to take their Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (BACE) virtual. VBACE, as it’s being referred to, will be two days of virtual networking and idea-sharing...

KaiserAir Delivering Faster Connectivity to Business Travelers

As connectivity demands continue to increase for today’s business aviation passengers, more and more operators are adopting cutting-edge satellite technologies on their business aircraft to meet those expectations. And with some passengers opting to use business aircraft due to...

CJI Global 2020: The Changing Technology Expectations for Business Aviation

While commercial airlines adapt to changing passenger expectations as a result of COVID-19, business aircraft operators haven’t experienced the same challenges. During the recent virtual Corporate Jet Investor (CJI) Global conference, industry leaders came together to discuss how the...

Ready to Taxi: Data-Driven Solutions to Increase Efficiencies for Business Aviation Operators

As the connected aircraft continues to evolve, the data collected off aircraft has been integrated into solutions that improve operational efficiencies for business aviation. Aviation stakeholders have access to data from the air traffic surveillance system that can track...

Business Aviation Begins Bouncing Back with Increased Charter Travel During COVID-19

The global pandemic has made lasting impacts on the aviation industry and several steps are currently being taken to adjust to the new realities for future travel. One area of aviation that has been able to pivot and cater...
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Key “Mega-Trends” Driving the Future of Sustainable Aviation

Sustainable aviation. Two words that have been the driving force behind the research, development, and innovation across the aviation...
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