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June 15th, 2016

15/06/2016WEST STAR RECEIVES 51,000 FIVE AWARD FROM GOGO BUSINESS AVIATION

West Star Aviation received the 51,000 Five award, an honor awarded to the highest- performing dealers for 2015, from Gogo Business Aviation. The award is designed to recognize the industry's highest-performing organizations in the company's global dealer and distributor network, as chosen by Gogo Business Aviation's executive team.

15/06/2016JET AVIATION RECEIVES GOLD SAFETY OF FLIGHT AWARD FROM EBAA

Jet Aviation’s outstanding flight safety record was commended by the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) during the EBACE Convention in Geneva, where EBAA presented Jet Aviation the 2016 EBAA Gold Safety of Flight Award.

15/06/2016FLYING COLOURS AWARDED BERMUDA DCA MAINTENANCE APPROVAL

Flying Colours Corp. Peterborough, the Canadian MRO, completions, and refurbishment company has received approval from the Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation to carry out maintenance work on business aircraft listed on the popular Bermudan registry.

15/06/2016BELL HELICOPTER STRENGTHENS BRAND IN THE AMERICAS

Bell Helicopter has announced a name change and rebranding of its wholly-owned subsidiary, Edwards Rotorcraft Solutions Inc.  – strengthening the Bell Helicopter brand in the Americas. This Bell Helicopter operation (legal entity: Bell Helicopter Miami, Inc.) is the company’s regional maintenance repair and overhaul facility, located in South Florida.

June 14th

14/06/2016FLIGHTSAFETY’S A320 SIMULATOR BUILT FOR WISESOFT QUALIFIED TO LEVEL D

FlightSafety International announces that the third Airbus A320 full flight simulator built for Wisesoft Corporation has received Level D qualification from the Civil Aviation Administration of China. FlightSafety is building a fourth Airbus A320 for Wisesoft that will be delivered at the end of 2016.

14/06/2016CESSNA MARKS ANOTHER PROGRAM MILESTONE, POWERS ON THE FIRST CITATION LONGITUDE

Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company,  announced it has powered the electrical distribution system on the revolutionary Cessna Citation Longitude super-midsize jet, completing the next major step in the aircraft’s path to accomplish first flight this summer. This milestone occurs just three weeks after the company successfully mated the wing and fuselage of the first Longitude in May.