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ADS-B OUT avionics will be required by Jan. 1, 2020 for all aircraft flying in U.S. airspace.
Ground school option shortens the amount of time customers are required to be at TRU's training facility.
Lawmakers in House and Senate have introduced measures to exempt aircraft management fees from the commercial passenger ticket tax.
Models in the study included the Cessna Citation Mustang, CJ2 and Excel; Bombardier Learjet 45 and Global XRS; and Gulfstream G550.
The private jet company’s fleet now includes 101 aircraft ranging from helicopters, turboprops and light, midsize, super midsize and heavy jets.
NBAA called the Supreme Court decision a "resounding victory for public-use airports nationwide."
Other board leaders include Jeff Ross, Scott Owens and Guy Hill.
Blade Ultra is available on a charter, crowdsourced and scheduled basis, and can be booked directly on via Blade's app or website.
The decision against a review of the case was highly anticipated, since the Supreme Court rarely accepts tax cases.
Initial operations involves flights between London Luton and Ibiza and Cannes.