Finnoff Aviation Promotes New 5-Bladed Props for King Air 200
In today’s King Air market, we are starting to get used to seeing more and more upgrades and modifications available. Some significantly improve performance and functionality, while others drastically support its curb appeal and look. What about botLearn More
B&S Joins KingAirNation
B&S Aircraft was founded in 1965 on the principles of providing the best quality, support and personalized service to piston and turbine fixed wing and rotor aircraft in the world. B&S is an MRO (Maintenance Repair Overhaul) facility located in WichiLearn More
Deicing Boots: A Primer (Part 1 of 2)
For pilots, icing is an ugly word. It can be dangerous and unpredictable. The best defense in a perfect world is to avoid it altogether. Sometimes that isn’t an option and we get caught in it no matter how hard we try to avoid it.Flying in weather isLearn More
Over Three Decades of Golfing Tradition
Last month, Stevens Aviation in Nashville, Tennessee, held their 32nd Annual Golf Classic at the Windtree Golf course in Mt. Juliet. Golf events are of course a common event in the aviation industry for many companies and customers to connect but thiLearn More
Hawker Beechcraft Services (PDK) Puts on Beech Days
When you think about purchasing a new Beechcraft aircraft, where is the first place you go? Questions about the complete aircraft life cycle or routine maintenance, who do you call? What about direct questions on various retrofit packages and upgradLearn More
FlightDocs to Hold Maintenance Tracking Forum in Birmingham
Following the recent string of their Maintenance Tracking Forums, FlightDocs is holding the next Forum in Birmingham, Alabama, tomorrow. The company has been holding these events in efforts to get on the ground floor with their operators and discussLearn More
Beechcraft Appoints Air Service Basel as ASC for KingAir
Air Service Basel, which began operation in 1967, is a full service FBO, as well as an EASA and FAA approved Maintenance Organization and Repair Station at the Euroairport Basel-Mulhouse (LFSB / LSZM) in Switzerland. Air Service Basel’s maintenance dLearn More
Sponsor Q&A: Why is King Air landing gear inspection required every 6 years or 8,000 cycles?
Why is the King Air landing gear required to be inspected every 6-years or 8,000 cycles? Answer: The Beech King Air Maintenance Manuals are designed to comply with FAR 91.409(f)(3) which states that turbopropeller-powered multiengine airplanesLearn More
Sponsor Q&A: Can MORE STC be used by FAR Part 135/121 operators?
Can the MORE Supplemental Type Certificate(s) (STC) be used by Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 135 or Part 121 operators? Answer: The MORE STC(s) may be used by FAR 135 (or FAR 121, FAR 91 or FAR 137) operators. In 1994 FAA Flight StandLearn More
We Flew Over Europe | KingAirNation Op-Ed
This summer, my business partner and I we flew more than 60 hours in our Beechcraft King Air C90 around Europe. And by “Europe” we mean flying from Porto, Portugal clear to Kiev, Ukraine totaling more than 20000 kms (12,500 miles) in a 1979 bird!OurLearn More
KingAirNation Turns One, Attends EAA 2013 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin
KingAirNation covers event news and supports key market companies in the King Air industry on first anniversary since launchThe 60th Annual EAA AirVenture event and fly-in, held in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, is sadly over until next year but with attendanceLearn More
KingAirNation Op-Ed | PT6A Engine Owners, Operators, and Maintenance Providers – Do you know MORE?
Most of us know how the costs involved on the PT6A engines can be when it comes to maintenance, overhauls, etc., especially on the older or higher-time engines that are used on aircraft which no longer have an appraisal value. This all affects how tLearn More