BizAv’s Big Comeback From Bailouts to Connectivity Surge

As the economy goes, so follows business aviation. Duc Tran, former Bombardier aircraft product manager and Rockwell Collins’ current director of cabin systems & IFE Marketing, can attest to that personally. “There’s a very strong correlation between the GDP gross and corporate profit. These things turn around, business aviation will follow that,” he says. But that GDP record, particularly in the case of business aviation, had a long way to fall before it could come back... Read more

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A Vibrant Business Jet Market is Good for Everyone

The business jet environment has become a highly dynamic market. Even though there are compelling business reasons why companies should use these jets, their value and the role they play in the overall transport ecosystem is often not appreciated by the... Read more


Asia Stands At Major Air Traffic Management Inflection Point

Asia is set to see phenomenal growth in the numbers of passengers flying to and from the region over the next few years. However, unlike in Europe and the United States, it suffers from a fragmented regulatory environment. This creates unique challenges as... Read more

Databus Testing: Balancing Cost and Throughput

The growth of commercially developed technologies needed to boost throughput and lower costs on board civil and military aircraft is putting the squeeze on databus developers. Ethernet systems, for example, now deployed on many commercial aircraft, are not... Read more



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Aircraft Wire and Cable: Doing More With Less

You look at what the airlines have also done, is to add Wi-Fi Internet access onto the aircraft. That’s another area where the wireless antennas are going back to the avionics and getting that signal out of the aircraft. You’re talking either... Read more



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