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Bombardier unveils the Challenger 3500 (Photo: Bombardier)

Bombardier Announces Challenger 350 Revamp

Bombardier introduced their super mid-size Challenger 3500 aircraft at their production facility in Montreal on Tuesday morning. The aircraft is a revamp of their already-existing Challenger 350 aircraft, originally introduced in 2014. While maintaining many of the 350’s features relating to performance, reliability and comfortability of ride, the manufacturer looks to modernize the aircraft by incorporating aspects seen on Bombardier’s larger Global family aircraft. “We are raising the bar on our competition with a refreshed product,” says Bombardier Chief Executive…

Gulfstream Aerospace: G500 and G600 Demonstrate Additional Range Capabilities

Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation has announced that the next-generation Gulfstream G500 and Gulfstream G600 have once again demonstrated additional range capabilities through real-time operations. Gulfstream announced in a press release that, during the G500 and G600 flight test programs, both aircraft exceeded initial performance expectations. The G600 achieving a second high-speed…

Honeywell: Business Jet Market to Recover to 2019 Levels by…

Even as demand for business travel remains unknown for commercial airlines and corporate manufacturers and operators, short-term reductions in both deliveries and expenditures due to the pandemic are not expected to have a lasting impact on the business jet industry. Honeywell's Global Business Aviation is forecasting up to 7,300 new…

Private Flights Rebound Quickly, Offer Competitive Travel Options 

As most commercial airlines are positioning themselves to ride the upcoming travel recovery wave in the post-coronavirus era, one sector of commercial aviation travel has already seen very positive recovery signs. Industry data is showing that private jet travel has sharply increased in the month of May and into early…

Photos: Inauguration Brings Hefty Amounts of Traffic into Washington-Dulles

The Nation's Capital tends to be a popular destination for business, diplomatic, and leisure travelers alike, who fly through the region's three main airports: Washington-Dulles, Reagan National, and BWI Marshall. While commercial flights are obviously a key aspect in the region, business and privately-owned aircraft also play an important role,…