July 2015

On Final: Getting High – Future of flying

Flight Level 450 is definitely rarified air. And, other than three glasses of Cabernet, it’s about as high as most of us get. But I found myself there recently, with Lt. Col. (Ret.) Jon Huggins, Executive Director of Citation Jet Pilots Association, and my good friend, Stuart Fred. We were on a trip to Cedar Read More

En Route: Planesense, Inc. Signs Order for Five Nextant 400XTI Aircraft

Nextant President and CEO Sean McGeough and PlaneSense President and CEO George Antoniadis shake hands after signing the purchase agreement. Nextant Aerospace announced March 12, 2015 that they have solidified a multiple 400XTi aircraft order from PlaneSense, Inc., a fractional aircraft ownership company based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. “This announcement represents the culmination of months Read More

En Route: Avidyne now offers a full suite of 1090MHz and 978MHz ADS-B solutions meeting the needs of owners flying internationally and above or below 18,000 feet in the U.S

On April 8, 2015, Avidyne Corporation announced expanded ADS-B 978 Series Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) solutions, to include the MLX200 and MLX210 transceivers. Both products are designed for Avidyne customers flying below 18,000 feet in Continental United States (CONUS) airspace who wish to meet the upcoming mandate for ADS-B OUT and receive FIS-B weather and Read More

En Route: Million Air Stennis Grand Opening

Freeman Holdings Group recently hosted a grand opening for its newest Million Air FBO facility, at Stennis International Airport (KHSA) in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. The newly-constructed $7-million facility includes 7,500 sq. ft. of FBO, 25,000 sq. ft. of hangar space and over 500,000 sq. ft. of ramp space, capable of handling all types and Read More