Bombardier Aerospace will be offering the Safety Standdown program in Asia. The company is taking reservations for a June 9 event at Le Royal Meridien in Shanghai, China.
AINmxReports » April 20, 2011
The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association is soliciting presentation proposals for its 2011 Great Lakes Airworthiness Symposium in Dayton, Ohio, to be held September 29 and 30. The symposium will open with a full day of seminars followed by a welcome reception and a second day of seminars.
Columbia Helicopters has broken ground at its Aurora, Ore. headquarters for the expansion of its T55 engine maintenance program. The building will include a T55-714 engine test cell to allow the MRO to provide complete engine overhaul and quick-turn-around service for troubleshooting and engine testing. Columbia has more than 26 years’ experience operating the Model 234, the civilian version of the CH-47 Chinook.
Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services-North America has received approval from Turbomeca to add Arriel 2 full test capability to its engine repair and overhaul service. “We are excited to introduce Vector’s newest engine capability to the market,” said John MacDougall, senior v-p of sales and marketing.
A J Walter Aviation is partnering with Washington, D.C.-based Loudoun Aviation to provide spares support to the corporate sector. “Loudoun is an active broker in the marketplace and is in contact daily with many private and corporate owners,” Andrew Braley, director of business development, told AIN. According to Braley, A J Walter Aviation has more than 400,000 line items in stock valued at $350 million.