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Jet Aviation completes acquisition of Hawker Pacific

Jet Aviation announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Hawker Pacific, a leading provider of Civil MRO, Fleet and FBO Services, and Aircraft Sales across Asia Pacific and the Middle East. The transaction is valued at US$250 million. Rob Smith, president of Jet Aviation, said: “We are now in a position to further… Read More ›

Embraer Services & Support completes first upgrade of Phenom 300 business jet with two-person divan

Embraer Services & Support has completed the first upgrade of a Phenom 300 light business jet with a two-person divan, increasing cabin passenger capacity to 11 occupants, the highest in its class. The announcement was made today at the Embraer Executive Operators Conference, in Austin Texas, a joint event hosted by Embraer Services & Support… Read More ›

Aircraft Interiors Expo 2018: showcasing A330neo and A320 Airspace cabins, A380 and A350 cabin enablers and cross-programme innovations

Airbus showcases its new cabin innovations at this year’s Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany – the world’s largest event dedicated to the aircraft interiors industry, in-flight entertainment, connectivity and passenger services. The stand this year (Hall B5, Stand 5A20) is Airbus’ largest ever at AIX – around 550m². Here, the domains of Airbus’ commercial… Read More ›

New Course: Aircraft Operations Regulatory Safety Oversight

“When concluding a Commercial Agreement in aviation, professionals from Airline Operators and CAAs/NAAs must have a good understanding of the responsibilities of States, Operators, Service Providers and Sub-contractors“, says the JAA TO-trainer Ludo, while explaining his new course. He gave us an interview over aircraft safety oversight, bringing light to the importance of understanding it… Read More ›

ODK to Develop Helicopter Engine of Next Generation

United Engine-building Corporation, a part of the Rostec State Corporation, has started works on development of a prospective helicopter engine of the next generation. New construction materials and additive technologies, as well as 3D-printing, will be used in the process of development. In addition to proven effective technologies and materials, new design visions and aviation… Read More ›

Lufthansa Technik signs CBSA for CFM LEAP-1A engine

First overhauls expected in 2019 CFM International and Lufthansa Technik completed a CFM Branded Service Agreement (CBSA) on 28 February to support CFM LEAP-1A engines. Under the terms of the CBSA, Lufthansa Technik becomes part of the maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) network for LEAP-1A engines. “It is a real pleasure to welcome a provider… Read More ›

Honeywell Ignites STEM Interest Through Interactive Space Camp Experience For 320 Students

Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced that 320 students from 45 countries and 27 U.S. states and territories will attend the Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy this year. As part of the leadership program, Honeywell will host students for two consecutive, weeklong programs, Feb. 25 through March 10, 2017, at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center (USSRC)… Read More ›

GE Aviation offering 25,000 reasons to buy a Thrush 510G

GE Aviation is offering a $25,000 discount on the next 15 H80 engines purchased for Thrush Aircraft, Inc.’s 510G aircraft. This limited-time offer makes it the best time ever for prospective customers to put a new 510G in their hangar. The savings are significant but offer is limited so interested buyers are encouraged to act… Read More ›

Third quarter impacted by measures to build the future: Far-reaching restructuring programme launched

In a challenging market environment, airberlin recorded a 5 per cent decline in revenue to 1.23 billion euros in the third quarter of 2016 (Q3 2015: 1.30 billion euros). Earnings in the third quarter of 2016 were also influenced by ongoing weak demand in the tourism industry. Responding to the continuing decrease in tourist traffic… Read More ›

Air New Zealand signs significant new components

Air New Zealand has signed a licensing agreement to overhaul and repair auxiliary power units (APUs) produced by Honeywell Aerospace at its Christchurch engineering and maintenance base. The eight year deal will see Air New Zealand as the only certified Honeywell maintenance shop for the APU 131-9A model in Oceania and will see the airline maintain and repair APUs,… Read More ›

flynas and Pegasus sign codeshare agreement

Leading low-cost airlines of Saudi Arabia and Turkey have signed a codeshare agreement to offer their guests connections on both airlines’ networks. With the new agreement, flynas guests from Riyadh and Jeddah can fly to Adana, Ankara, Antalya, Hatay and Trabzon via Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen. While Pegasus guests can now fly to Riyadh and Jeddah… Read More ›

First CFM LEAP-1A takes flight powering Airbus A320neo.

Advanced LEAP-1A engines today successfully completed a four-hour, 25-minute first flight powering the new Airbus A320neo. The flight test occurred right on schedule, reinforcing the success of the LEAP development program and the confidence shown in the performance and durability of the new product. The engines performed extremely well throughout the flight envelope. This first… Read More ›

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