Business Aviation

news April 22, 2021 Onward Aviation brings premium FBO service to YHM

Previously Glanford Aviation, the now-rebranded ground handling company saw the pandemic as an opportunity to bring "premium" aviation services to Hamilton, with 40,000 square feet of hangarage.

news April 21, 2021 Canada resurrects ‘luxury’ tax on private aircraft

In its Budget 2021 document, the Canadian government revived the notion of a “luxury” tax on new private aircraft stickered at $100,000 or more, expecting to generate millions of dollars in new revenues over the first five years.

features March 31, 2021 The Amaris process

Amaris Premium Aviation has brought the well-known ceramic coating process from the car world to aviation. Its aviation nano ceramic coating technology creates new aircraft super-surfaces that improve overall longevity, performance, safety, and appearance.

news March 18, 2021 From pilot to president: meet Levi Stockton

Stockton, founder and president of California-based Advanced Air, shares his story of how he built a scheduled commuter and private charter airline from the ground up, and lessons learned along the way.

news February 11, 2021 Bombardier to cease Learjet production & cut 1,600 jobs

Bombardier will cease production of its iconic Learjet aircraft in Q4 2021 to focus on its “more profitable Challenger and Global aircraft families,” and is also cutting 1,600 jobs in an effort to boost profitability.

press-releases February 5, 2021 NBAA cancels events through June 2021, due to COVID

The National Business Aviation Association announced that it is cancelling its in-person events through June 30, 2021, adding that the organization will view options for convening through virtual programming.