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Flight Operations

The core of business aviation activities, Flight Operations helps clarify the processes and procedures required to fly your aircraft, crew, passengers, and baggage safely and seamlessly, from departure airport to destination.

Clearing the Air

Today, the transportation and airline industries are the largest direct and indirect emitters of greenhouse gasses (GHGs) as a result of burning...

Sticky Business

We are now in the third year of an unprecedented shortage of pilots, and the situation is not going to get better...

Calculated Risk

Within the aviation industry, the sphere of security risk management covers a very large spectrum, from passenger and baggage screening at security...

Dealing With a Full Deck

The sky is undergoing an invisible construction project. The aerial overhaul NextGen uses new technologies to modernize the U.S. National Airspace System....

High Flying

The FAA just made your life a little easier. As of January 22, if your aircraft is properly equipped with ADS-B Out,...

Sim City

In today’s aviation environment, one major challenge is finding qualified pilots who meet your safety and service requirements. With more aircraft now...

Decked Out and Tech’d Out

It’s often easy to dismiss the technological advances in the flight deck as nothing more than an appeal to pilots. While innovation tends to...

3-2-1 Contract!

Many owners, unable to find a permanent crew due to the pilot shortage, are turning to contract pilots. Others find that they prefer them....

Cockpit Confessional

Unlike in the airline world, where the cockpit door is closed to a cabin full of strangers, business aviation fosters an intimate relationship between...

Sudden Dearth

The shortage of business aviation pilots with an impressive logbook of flight hours is creating an entirely new dynamic for recruiters and hiring managers...