AINmxReports » May 22, 2013

May 22, 2013 - 11:55am

Operators of Gulfstreams based or traveling in Europe will benefit from augmented support capability. Gulfstream has moved more parts into the region, bringing the total value to $125 million. Most of Gulfstream’s Europe-based parts and materials–nearly $80 million worth–are located in Madrid at Corjet Maintenance’s warehouse at Barajas Airport. Gulfstream’s Luton and Madrid facilities can ship parts anywhere in Europe or the Middle East within 24 hours and offer a 24-hour call-in number for customers who need parts support.

May 22, 2013 - 11:50am

CAE will offer maintenance training, including EASy II, on the Dassault Falcon 2000LXS and 2000S. The training is supplemental to initial Dassault Falcon 2000 EX EASy certification and the curriculum includes additional model-specific content.

Maintenance training on these aircraft complements CAE’s EASy II pilot training offering, which was recently qualified to Level D, making CAE the first training provider to deliver training with the latest EASy II avionics for the 7X and 2000 EASy series.

May 22, 2013 - 11:48am

Hawker Beechcraft Services facilities are now authorized installation centers for the CenTex Halo 250 gross weight increase modification for the Beechcraft King Air 200. The conversion adds 920 pounds of payload capacity by increasing the mtow of 200-series King Airs to 13,420 pounds from 12,500.

CenTex Aerospace of Waco, Texas, developed the modification and received FAA certification last October.

May 22, 2013 - 11:44am

Ontic continues to expand its product line, which now includes the manufacture and MRO support of generation two and three electronics and avionics. A company spokesman told AIN it has traditionally provided fuel computers, fuel measurement systems, weather and terrain avoidance radar, wireless smoke detection systems and electronic engine controls.

May 22, 2013 - 11:39am

Kellstrom Commercial Aerospace has acquired AirLiance Materials from Lufthansa Technik. Under the terms of the deal, AirLiance’s current CEO, Roscoe Musselwhite, will become president and CEO of Kellstrom Commercial Aerospace and a member of Kellstrom’s board of directors. His initial responsibility will be to integrate the two commercial operations into a single, integrated organization.

May 22, 2013 - 11:35am

Duncan Aviation addresses the common questions and concerns regarding Challenger and Global Express landing gear work in its new field guide, Caring for an Aircraft’s Legs: Explaining Bombardier Challenger and Global Express Landing Gear Restoration Uncertainties. “We are constantly asked about timetables, pricing, what to expect, what the customer needs to provide and how we determine whether to repair or replace a part or the entire gear.

May 22, 2013 - 11:25am

AAT Aircraft Maintenance has received a repair station certificate from Mexico’s Director General of Civil Aeronautics. AAT Aircraft Maintenance offers routine and heavy inspections, avionics support, interior refurbishment and structural repair and fabrication. Additionally, the Dallas-based company provides engine maintenance services, component repairs and overhauls, landing gear overhauls, composite repair and fabrication and related services.

May 22, 2013 - 11:20am

Flight-testing is complete on Blackhawk Modifications’ Cessna 208A Caravan XP42A upgrade and FAA STC approval is imminent, according to the company. The upgrade provides the same operational advantages as the 208B Grand Caravan.

May 22, 2013 - 11:15am

Rectrix Commercial Aviation Services announced that Kevin Bradley is joining the company as the new v-p of operations. Before rejoining Rectrix, Bradley served as service center coordinator for Gulfstream Aerospace in Westfield, Mass. During his 15 years in the aviation industry, Bradley has held numerous high-level positions, including five years as general manager of AirFlyte and two years as general manager of Rectrix Aerodrome Centers.

May 22, 2013 - 11:05am

Amac Aerospace Turkey has been awarded its EASA Part 145 certification. The approval allows Amac Aerospace Turkey to undertake all base and line maintenance on aircraft weighing less than 12,500 pounds. The MRO will also serve as the maintenance service center for Pilatus PC-12 NG owners in the Middle East. Currently exploring additional maintenance approval opportunities, Amac Aerospace also holds approvals from Aruba, Nigeria, Cameroon, Russia, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

 

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