Federal Aviation Administration Rebate Program For GA Aircraft

FAA Rebate Program For ADS-B Out Requirement

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator Michael Huerta announced today that the FAA is delivering on its commitment to incentivize general aviation aircraft owners to equip their aircraft with required NextGen avionics technology before the January 1, 2020 deadline. On September 19, 2016, the FAA’s Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) rebate website went live, and general aviation aircraft owners now have the opportunity to apply for a $500 rebate to help offset the cost to equip eligible aircraft in a timely manner, rather than waiting to meet the mandatory equipage date.

Argus Business Aviation Flying U.S. Bizav

Business Aviation Industry Soaring in 2016

Argus releases report stating US Business Aviation is flying into 2016 on a great trajectory! Read more below about this newly released business aviation review. Business aviation flying in the U.S. and Canada was positive for the first half of this year, with five of the first six months seeing year-over-year increases, according to Argus’s…

Top Business Jet Manufacturers Projections, Trends, and Growth Opportunities

The market demand for business jets is likely to pick up significantly from 2018 onwards with strong, sustained growth projections for global business travel spending over near to medium term. The long–term demand drivers & market fundamentals for business jets, too, remain intact, robust & firmly in place indicating towards sustained, steady demand growth for business jets over medium to long term.