28 minutes | Sep 3rd 2020

Week Ending Sept. 4, 2020: Turtles Fly Too, Saudis Allow Overflights From Israel, New Test Hels Prevent DEF Contamination of Jet-A, JetNet Midyear Report of Preowned Bizjets, Air Charter Hype Doesn't Match Data, Flight Dept Managers Need To Shape Post-Cov

In this week’s episode, AIN editor-in-chief Matt Thurber gives a first-hand account of a sea turtle rescue flight from Seattle to San Diego; air transport editor Gregory Polek explains how the thawing of relations between Israel and the UAE and Saudia Arabia might positively impact Saudi overflights; senior editor Curt Epstein discusses a newly available test that could help keep jet-A from being inadvertently contaminated by diesel exhaust fluid, as well as provides highlights from JetNet’s midyear report on preowned business aircraft sales; Wichita-based editor Jerry Siebenmark shares an analysis report from industry watcher Brian Foley that suggests the charter industry might not really be experiencing a post-Covid bump; and senior editor Kerry Lynch talks about why flight department managers need to be leaders in helping to restart post-Covid travel at their companies.