Teterboro Airport

August 15, 2013 - 2:55pm

To support and develop business aviation traffic between New York and London, Teterboro Airport and London Biggin Hill Airport have signed a memorandum to become “sister airports.” According to the agreement, they will participate in mutual assistance and cooperation in areas such as customer service, communication, safety and security. Both airports are international general aviation gateways near large metropolitan cities with multiple FBOs and MROs.

January 2, 2013 - 12:55am
Flooding closed Teterboro airport for 36 hours after the storm, and once the water receded the airport authority was left with the clean up necessitated by the salt water.

More than a month after October’s Hurricane Sandy, some airports in the Northeast continued to repair the damage left in the “superstorm’s” wake.

December 11, 2012 - 9:08am

Landmark Aviation announced on Thursday that it has made its entrée into one of the top business airports in the U.S. The Houston-based FBO chain, which was recently sold to previous owner the Carlyle Group, has purchased Teterboro Airport-based First Aviation Services from Goldman Sachs for approximately $100 million, according to sources familiar with the deal.

December 6, 2012 - 12:20am

International aviation services provider Gama Group has announced a major development project at the UK’s Glasgow Airport. The company will add a new executive FBO complete with a 17,000-sq-ft hangar, capable of sheltering 600-series Challengers as well as serving as a line maintenance base, complementing the company’s engineering facilities in the London area.

November 1, 2012 - 12:56pm
The company will add a new executive FBO providing a 17,000-sq-ft hangar capable of sheltering aircraft the size of the Challenger 600 series

International aviation services provider Gama Group has announced a major development project at the UK’s Glasgow Airport. The company will add a new executive FBO providing a 17,000-sq-ft hangar capable of sheltering aircraft the size of the Challenger 600 series, as well as serving as a line maintenance base to complement the company’s engineering facilities in the London area. Gama was recently selected to be the dedicated provider of air ambulance services for the Scottish Air Ambulance service for another seven-year term.

June 5, 2012 - 3:10am

Sikorsky’s Associated Aircraft Group (AAG) has established a base at New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport (TEB) to provide access to Manhattan from all metro-area airports.

The flight from TEB to the Wall Street heliport takes less than 10 minutes. AAG will be providing the service in S-76s configured for seven passengers and crewed by two pilots. The helicopters are equipped with emergency pop-out floats, EGPWS and traffic avoidance systems.

December 20, 2011 - 4:30pm

A Daher-Socata TBM700 crashed this morning on a New Jersey highway soon after takeoff from Teterboro Airport (TEB), killing all five on board and closing the roadway for hours. According to the FAA, the turboprop single was headed to Atlanta’s Dekalb-Peachtree Airport on an IFR flight plan when it disappeared from radar after a garbled radio transmission. Witnesses at the scene say the aircraft made a spiral dive, shed a wing and crashed into the wooded median of I-287 in Morris County, approximately 30 miles southwest of TEB.

October 10, 2011 - 10:18pm

Teterboro Airport today at NBAA 2011 honored 19 individuals and companies operating from the northern New Jersey field with its “Good Neighbor Awards,” presented annually at the NBAA convention since 2004. The program recognizes quiet flying at TEB through adherence to the airport’s voluntary restraints on late-night and Stage 2 jet operations.

October 4, 2011 - 12:05am

At the end of August, the Caribbean and the East Coast of the U.S. again faced the wrath of Mother Nature, this time in the form of Hurricane Irene. The first major hurricane of the 2011 season, the Category 3 storm weakened to a Category 1 as it slowly moved up the East Coast, but it still caused extensive flooding and stirred up powerful storm surge tides.

September 22, 2011 - 10:16am

Michael Brassington, former president, CEO chief pilot and cofounder of Fort Lauderdale-based charter operator Platinum Jet, and his brother, former v-p and co-founder Paul Brassington, were sentenced on Tuesday to 30 months and 18 months, respectively, for offenses related to the crash of a Challenger 600 attempting to take off at Teterboro Airport in 2005. According to U.S.

 
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