Private aviation trade publication AIN released the results of its 36th annual reader survey rating FBOs. Readers are asked to evaluate the private jet terminals across five categories, including customer service, line service, passenger amenities, pilot amenities and facilities.
Fractional share provider PlaneSense is now authorized to fly its owners to seven different airports in Cuba. According to a report in business aviation trade publication, AIN flights to Cuba can be operated with its Pilatus PC-12 turboprop singles flying from South Florida. The company has also expanded to Bermuda. For flights to Bermuda, it only uses Nextant 400XTi twinjets.