There is always much going on in aviation no matter the social, political, or economic climate. Here are some recent and noteworthy updates in aviation.
General Aviation Market : Analysis by Size, Share Trends, Future Growth, Emerging Trends, Qualitative Outlook and Global Forecast to 2028
“General Aviation Market” Insights 2022 – By Applications (Commercial, Personal), By Types (Helicopters, Piston Fixed Wing, Turboprop, Business Jet), By Segmentation analysis, Regions and Forecast to 2028. The Global General Aviation market Report provides In-depth analysis on the market status of the General Aviation Top manufacturers with best facts and figures, meaning, Definition, SWOT analysis, PESTAL analysis, expert opinions and the latest developments across the globe…
By The Expresswire
Charter Aircraft in Demand in Saudi Arabia as Mideast Seeing Steady Growth in Business Aviation
Dec. 8—RIYADH — Saudi Arabia is facing a shortage of charter aircraft as there is a ‘burgeoning demand’ for domestic and international charter in the Kingdom, said a top executive of a Saudi-based private aviation service provider. This comes as the Middle East is seeing steady growth in the business aviation sector, with bizjet flight activity recording a 16-percent spike in week 46 compared to the same week last year, according to WingX, a business aviation intelligence firm based in Germany.
By Arab News
Groundbreaking Set for Burrell Aviation Development in the Baton Rouge Metro Airport Aviation Business Park
BATON ROUGE, La., Dec. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Governor John Bell Edwards, Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome, the Baton Rouge Metro Airport (BTR) and Burrell Aviation, a division of The Burrell Group, will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, December 12th in recognition of its lease and development plans for 53 acres of runway-accessible land in the BTR Aviation Business Park. The lease has a primary term of 30 years, with two 10-year options to renew. Burrell Aviation will invest and develop the site’s facilities and secure anchor tenants interested in making Baton Rouge Airport a critical hub for air cargo and other aviation-related activities.
Sustainable aviation fuels are ready for takeoff, report finds
“Sustainable” aviation fuels (SAFs), which are made from household solid waste, algae and other inputs, could dramatically cut emissions from air travel while also creating thousands of jobs, a new report finds. Why it matters: Aviation is one of the hardest sectors to decarbonize because planes are typically in service for decades at a time and cannot be significantly reengineered to run on different fuels.
By Andrew Freedman | Axios
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