Headquartered at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (KFLL),
National Jets joins a leading group of FBOs carefully selected for their
world-class service, operational excellence, and competitive pricing.
Original Legacy Foods (OLF), a leader in quality Organic snacks, has
developed a new category of high-end organic snacks, the first products to
meet the 24 karat Gold standard for purity in Organic snack foods.
Elliott Aviation, a leader in business aviation services, is again
expanding its nationwide footprint. The company has announced the addition
of its fifth MRO location with the recent acquisition of Four Points Aero
on Love Field (KDAL) in Dallas, Texas.
Atlantic Aviation has expanded its FBO footprint in the Caribbean sands
with the closing of its acquisition of Blue Heron Aviation at
Providenciales International Airport (MBPV) in the Turks and Caicos
Islands. The purchase of Blue Heron’s facilities at MBPV expands Atlantic
Aviation’s presence in the region, as it also serves business aviation
clients in George Town (MWCR) and Cayman Brac (MWCB), Cayman Islands.
Fargo Jet Center’s (FJC) flight school welcomes four Cessna 172R aircraft
to their training fleet. Like FJC’s current models of Cessna 172S aircraft,
these Cessna 172Rs are also equipped with Garmin G1000 avionics, providing
modern technology and giving student pilots improved situational awareness
and enhanced safety while flying.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) in partnership with
4AIR has announced the release of a first-ever Sustainable Aviation Fuel
(SAF) receipt for business aviation.
Revv has more than 2,000 flight school graduates earning certifications
from private pilot license to Airline Transport Pilot. In the past 12
months, more than 20 Revv students have been hired by regional airlines.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is pleased to announce
several staff changes as the Association continues its leadership as the
gold standard in aviation business safety education and training. Recently,
Steve Berry was promoted to Managing Director of Safety and Training.
Joining Steve as the newest members of the NATA Safety 1st team are Brandon
Popovich as its Manager of Safety and Training and Victoria Hantz as its
first in-house Instructional Designer.
Huron Regional Airport (KHON), in Huron, S.D., is the latest fixed-base
operation to be a part of the Revv Aviation family. Located in the
east-central part of the state, Huron is the county seat of Beadle County
and is world renowned for pheasant hunting. Huron is the seventh FBO and
the ninth operating location for the Revv family.
Garmin has announced Supplemental Type Certification (STC) by the Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA) for the GI 275 electronic flight instrument
in Robinson R22 and R44 helicopters.
Atlantic Aviation today announced it has added significantly to its network
presence and operational leadership with the completion of its combination
with Ross Aviation. In addition, the Company has acquired three former TAC
Air fixed-base operations (“FBOs”) at Omaha, Nebraska (OMA); Raleigh-
Durham, North Carolina (RDU); and Hartford, Connecticut (BDL). The combined
companies and new locations will operate under the Atlantic Aviation brand
name and will build upon their shared cultures of safe, efficient and
friendly FBO services across North America.
Fargo Jet Center (FJC) has earned a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) on a newly-developed universal
retractable sensor mount (RSM) for special mission aircraft operations.
This STC is approved for the Kodiak 100 aircraft and will be amended to
certify on other aircraft platforms as needed.
The GFC 600H provides a number of helicopter-tailored safety features,
including attitude hold with speed stability, the innovative hover assist
mode, Garmin Helicopter Electronic Stability and Protection (H-ESP™),
dedicated return-to-level (LVL) mode, as well as overspeed and low-speed
protection, and more.
Avfuel to purchase 1 billion gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)
over 20 years—the largest publicly-announced SAF commitment to serve
business aviation. Alder partnering with Avfuel to leverage its global
network for supply, logistics and carbon services, accelerating worldwide
Desert Jet, the premier full-service business aviation company based in
Greater Palm Springs, California, partnered with the Coachella Valley
Unified School District and Desert Mirage High School located in Thermal,
California, to provide high school seniors enrolled in the school’s
aviation program, an opportunity to experience different aviation jobs
firsthand through the company’s shadowing program.
Atlantic Aviation, one of the leading networks of fixed-based operators in
North America, has announced the appointment of Bill White as Executive
Vice President, Chief Financial Officer.
The dramatic rise is indicative of the complexities experienced over the
past two years which have seen traditional operating environment turned on
Avfuel applied for and was found to meet the requirements for NATA’s
Sustainability Standard for Aviation Businesses. Avfuel also plans to
offset all annual carbon emissions generated from scope 1 and 2 activities,
fuel used in corporate aircraft, and diesel used in leased refueler truck
equipment across the Avfuel Network.
It’s a question Avfuel’s experts have received with increased frequency of
late: How can today’s volatile market be managed?
The simple answer is to plan. The most effective solution is to hedge
against price uncertainty; a solution Avfuel provides to its customers
through its Price Risk Management Program.
When Avfuel introduced the program at the end of 2020, the industry was
experiencing 10-year lows on fuel prices; as analysts anticipated at the
time, prices have continued to rise to exceed pre-pandemic levels. Analysts
do not anticipate a letup anytime soon—Goldman Sachs recently projected
crude oil to exceed $125 per barrel over the next few months.
Avfuel joins the international aviation community’s return to EBACE 2022
with a burgeoning network of fuel locations, having added 13 branded FBOs
and 47 contract fuel locations—19 outside the U.S.—this year alone.*