06/09/2018

StandardAero provides a variety of avionics capabilities via its network of service providers. Ranging from repairing a transponder in a Lear 31 to installation of a Collins Pro Line 21 integrated avionic system Major Retrofit in a Falcon 50-we can handle it. Additionally, we can assist you with the many choices in cabin entertainment and […]

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06/09/2018

Bombardier Business Aircraft and Garmin announced a significant avionics upgrade for the Bombardier Vision flight deck aboard the Learjet 75 and Learjet 70 aircraft, which are already equipped with one of the category’s most generous and advanced cockpits, powered by the Garmin G5000 avionics suite. The upgrade, currently in flight testing, will enhance the aircraft’s […]

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06/09/2018

With over 100 Bell 505s already delivered around the world already being used for many different missions, the aircraft has now officially made it to Africa With more than 100 Bell 505s already delivered around the world already being used for many different missions, the aircraft has now officially made it to Africa. Earlier this […]

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06/09/2018

King Aerospace Chairman and Founder Jerry King says he started his business to feed his family. That goal hasn’t substantially changed, but his definition of family has. “I had no idea in those early days how our team would come together and how our customers would become part of the King family, too,” says King. […]

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06/09/2018

Garmin is pleased to announce it has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Supplemental Type Certification (STC) for additional aircraft models for the GFC 500 autopilot. Intended for piston single-engine aircraft, the GFC 500 delivers superior in-flight characteristics, self-monitoring capabilities and minimal maintenance needs when compared to older generation autopilot systems. New aircraft models approved for […]

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05/09/2018

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that its Satellite Avionics Shop in Van Nuys, Calif., has a new manager. Anthony (Rennie) Loniero has accepted the new position and will oversee the avionics activity and installation work at Van Nuys and at the San Diego workaway station. Loniero started working at Duncan Aviation in July 2004 […]

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05/09/2018

uAvionix recently received Technical Standard Order Authorization (TSOA) for its skyBeacon wingtip-mounted ADS-B OUT solution. The skyBeacon integrated solution consists of a total of five (5) TSOs: • ADS-B (TSO-C154c, Class B1S) • GPS (TSO-C145d, Class Beta 1) • Barometric altitude sensor (TSO-C88b) • Position Light (TSO-C30c, Type I) • Anti-collision light (TSO-C96a, Class II) […]

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05/09/2018

AVIAÂ, the world’s first global purchasing organization for business aviation, is pleased to widen its supplier base, with a new agreement with Constant Aviation, one of the most respected and fastest growing MROs in the U.S. AVIAÂ members in the U.S. will benefit from streamlined and negotiated pricing, a national network of facilities, and a […]

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05/09/2018

In the first half of 2018, Swissport International AG served 132 million passengers on behalf of its airline clients (up 10.0% on the first half of 2017). Cargo volumes increased to 2.3 million tons (up 5.0%). Revenue for the first six months climbed to EUR 1.43 billion (up 4.1%). EBITDA reached EUR 116.3 million (up […]

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04/09/2018

AVIAÂ, the expanding international group purchasing organization (GPO), is pleased to announce the signing of a new safety supplier, Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) specialist, Patriots Jet Team UPRT. The Bay Area, CA-based company (near San Francisco) is unique in the UPRT sector, as it is the only provider to offer real-world upset training […]

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04/09/2018

CAE and easyJet announced the re-opening of the Generation easyJet Pilot Training Programme to recruit aspiring pilots over the next six months. Recruitment is open to cadets from all European countries to support easyJet’s growing bases in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. While maintaining the option to follow ground […]

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04/09/2018

“Timely maintenance, whether scheduled or unscheduled, is essential for the smooth operation of commercial airlines and ensures they can fly on a dependable schedule. The two components of maintenance are the aircraft itself and the engines. Not all MRO facilities are equipped to also perform engine maintenance as special facilities and certifications are required. Currently, […]

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03/09/2018

Kansai-based helicopter operator Hiaratagakuen has welcomed its second H145//BK117D-2, following the milestone delivery of its first unit in December 2017. Currently operating 14 H135s and one H145//BK117D-2, this new H145//BK117D-2 will join Hiratagakuen’s growing fleet to support emergency medical service (EMS) missions, and serves as a passenger and material transport. The first H145//BK117D-2 already entered […]

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03/09/2018

Air BP’s Global Operations Standards Manager, Olivia Stone, has been elected as the new Council Chair of the Joint Inspection Group (JIG), effective immediately. She takes over from John Buxton who served as Chair for the past two years. Endorsed by IATA, JIG is the world-leading organisation for the development of aviation fuel supply standards, […]

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31/08/2018

Garmin has announced the availability of multiple software upgrades and approvals across several products including the GTN 650/750 touchscreen navigators, the G500 TXi/G600 TXi and G500/G600 flight displays, as well as the GFC 600 & GFC 500 autopilots. These Additionally, the G5 electronic flight instrument for certificated aircraft is approved for use as a standby […]

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