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  1. A new private airport terminal on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean has opened its doors. The terminal features a Yu Lounge, which also has a facility at the Mauritius international airport.
  2. Founded by the car collectors Peter and Merle Mullin, Southern California’s Mullin Automotive Museum is dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of French art deco automobiles and artwork.
  3. Cessna Aircraft has been busy so far this year working on a number of upgrades and adding new models in its jet fleet.
  4. Cirrus Aircraft has flown just two evolving versions of its single-engine Vision Jet since the first iteration debuted in 2008; the one that flew for the first time on March 24 is the first...
  5. The Bell 505 Jet Ranger X evolved from a long line of helicopters dating back to the 1960s, and the Hurst, Texas, company says all those years of innovation and listening to customer feedback are...
  6. No civilian travelers have flown aboard supersonic jets since the Concorde fleet was grounded in 2003, but a handful of entrepreneurs are hoping to change that, with a flurry of Mach-plus business-...
  7. The newest, fastest, longest-range Gulfstream jet, the $64.5 million G650, entered service in late 2012.
  8. With the introduction of the Daher-Socata TBM 900 single-engine turboprop in March, the French manufacturer revealed that it had been working on the project for three years—and that the airplane was...
  9. On March 12, Eclipse Aerospace announced the delivery of its first all-new Eclipse 550 personal jet, and the company plans to continue rolling them out from the assembly plant in Albuquerque, N.M.,...
  10. Since introducing its special-edition Airbus EC145 Mercedes-Benz Style twin-engine turbine helicopter in 2010, Airbus has delivered only five of them around the world.

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