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May 9, 2005
From Aviation Today
Embraer Brazil's Embraer [ERJ] has embarked on a $235 million program to develop two new business jets with the sales potential of 3,000 airplanes in the next decade. First off the production line in mid-2008 will be Embraer's entry in the very light jet category. The aircraft will carry up to... Read More »
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May 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
Growth in the business jet industry has outpaced Bombardier's ability to keep up with a high level of customer support, but a dedicated executive team aims to crank up the quality in the Bombardier service arena. With the second largest fleet of business jets in the industry, Flexjet celebrating... Read More »
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May 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
AIRBUS A330: Transport Canada has been informed that an Airbus A330 was undergoing heavy maintenance (C2 check) and maintenance personnel discovered the main landing gear oleo upper retention bolt sheared. The A330 was undergoing a C2 check in preparation for doing a seal change on the right main... Read More »
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May 1, 2005
From Rotor & Wing
The U.S. Army's soon-to-be-decided competitions for new reconnaissance and light utility helicopters could tip the balance of market share among manufacturers. The U.S. Army's solicitation for a new armed reconnaissance helicopter is concise and simple. The Army "seeks to acquire and field an ARH... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
Keystone Helicopter has appointed Jim Munda vice president of engineering and Darrell Jones vice president of completions. Previously Munda was Keytech's division manager of engineering, and Jones was director of aircraft completions. Dave Grup has joined Stevens Aviation as Cessna Citation... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
McMillan, President Michael McMillan has been named president of Meggitt/S-TEC, Mineral Wells, Texas. The 30-year aviation veteran served most recently as a founding vice president with Piaggio America. Before that he spent 21 years with Raytheon Aircraft, serving as the vice president of sales... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
FAA lists more than 1,300 repair stations throughout the world. Unable to list all of the repair stations, we nevertheless include some of the key providers of avionics and instrument support. We use FAA's radio and instrument repair ratings to indicate their service. They are as follows... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Existing airborne radars can detect and track moving ground vehicles and aircraft. Now the U.S. Air Force is developing the first airborne surveillance radar capable of detecting and tracking low-flying cruise missiles. And despite budget uncertainties, the development program is on schedule. Two... Read More »
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March 28, 2005
From Aviation Today
The role of the turboprop in regional aviation took a surprising bounce in 2004. "There has been a steady decline in demand for turboprops over the past five years," said John Weber, a BACK Aviation Solutions vice president and analyst. "On average, the number of deliveries of new turboprops... Read More »
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March 21, 2005
From Aviation Today
An Air Transat A310 lost its rudder on March 6, prompting manufacturer Airbus to issue a directive calling for field inspections of rudders on both A310 and A300-600 models. About 400 aircraft worldwide are affected by the inspection mandate. This is a two-fold improvement over the handling when... Read More »
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March 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
Ready or Not, 145 Training is the Law Training programs for those who work at 14 CFR Part 145 repair stations become mandatory on April 6, 2005. As of that date, most repair stations (depending on their date of certification) must have an FAA-approved training program in place. The program must... Read More »
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March 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
Welcome to the Aftermarket New manufacturers that are coming close to entering the marketplace are going to face some unique problems when it comes to aftermarket service for their customers. Eclipse Aviation, Adam Aircraft, and possibly others are going to find that the hard part is not over once... Read More »
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March 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Marking the B747 FAA has certified STG Aerospace's SafTGlo photoluminescent (PL) floorpath marking system for the Boeing 747-400. It's the first FAA certification of a PL system on a multideck aircraft. Visit www.stgaerospace.com. Single European Sky Helios Technology will provide technical... Read More »
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March 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
Avborne Sells Accessory Division to Sargent Dover Corporation has purchased Avborne Accessory Group from the owners of the Avborne businesses based in Miami, Florida. Avborne will continue its heavy aircraft maintenance operation at Miami International Airport, while the Accessory Group becomes... Read More »
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March 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Zhang, Asian Sales Manager Condor Engineering has expanded its presence in Asian markets by naming Sarah Zhang the sales manager for the region. She represents Condor in countries such as China, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan. Zhang has brought embedded computing systems to Asia for eight... Read More »
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March 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Today new wireless technologies struggle for bandwidth. The spectrum is crowded with incumbents, some of whom have paid huge sums to operate in their bands. Communications companies reportedly have spent $20 billion on spectrum since federal auctions began in 1995. But more room is needed for cell... Read More »
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February 14, 2005
From Aviation Today
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials will be meeting with T-34 owners this week in Kansas City, Mo., to discuss spar structural problems that have caused their T-34 models to shed wings under moderate g loadings. Two of the ex-military T-34 trainers crashed near Lake Conroe, Texas -... Read More »
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February 14, 2005
From Aviation Today
ATR Air Caraibes ordered a ATR 72-500. The Gaudeloupe-based carrier will exchange an ATR 42-500 for the new 70-seat turboprop. The plane is to be delivered in November and it will be the third ATR 72-500 in its fleet. Harbin Embraer China Southern Airlines took delivery of its sixth and final ERJ... Read More »
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February 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
Mid-Continent's Lifesaver Could do Just That In the engineering department at Mid-Continent Instruments there is a plaque that has a quote by Albert Einstein. It says, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." This philosophy seems to blend well with the high-tech world of avionics and has... Read More »
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February 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
Many schools are relying on aged equipment for teaching tomorrow's mechanics. We received unprecedented amounts of feedback from the October editorial, which discussed how U.S. aircraft mechanic schools might better serve their customers. Educational experts chided me for ignoring the reality at... Read More »
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