Aviation International News » November 2004

December 19, 2007 - 10:35am

Bombardier Aerospace has named Duncan Aviation’s Battle Creek operation a Learjet authorized service facility (ASF). Duncan’s Lincoln, Neb. facility is already a designated ASF. Both locations are now authorized to provide Learjet warranty work, engine and airframe inspections, Service Bulletin installations, “Smart Parts” administration, avionics updating and troubleshooting.

December 19, 2007 - 10:27am

Hawker Pacific Aerospace is expanding its service to respond to a Raytheon maintenance communiqué regarding a Hawker 800 landing gear requirement. The Sun Valley, Calif. company is adding landing gear overhaul and repair services for the aircraft. The addition is an extension of the company’s MRO capability in landing gear maintenance, repair and overhaul for commercial and general aviation aircraft.

December 19, 2007 - 9:50am

Rapid (Raytheon Aircraft parts inventory and distribution) has launched the largest parts price-reduction campaign in the company’s history. The prices of some 10,000 parts will be reduced, some by more than 50 percent. Customers can view part price updates at www.raytheonaircraftparts.com.

December 19, 2007 - 9:47am

If the idea of extending your PT6 overhaul period from 3,600 to 8,000 hours is appealing, Wood Group Turbopower can do it for you. Under an agreement with More Company of Minden, Nev., Wood Group has become an approved repair facility and distributor for just such an STC.

December 19, 2007 - 9:45am

Building upon 11 years of U.S. operations, Jet Parts of Boynton Beach, Fla., has announced that it is expanding into Europe. The company offers rotable and consumable parts for all Falcons, Gulfstream IIs, IIIs and IVs and Hawker 600s, 700s, 800s and 800XPs with a 24-hour AOG service. The Geneva office is slated to open by year-end.

December 19, 2007 - 9:38am

Panama City (Fla.) Airport officials must be pinching themselves to see if they’re dreaming. The lucky Florida group has in hand a funded mandate to design and build an entirely new airport on donated land, nearby but well outside the city limits and with the enthusiastic support of environmentalists.

December 19, 2007 - 9:33am

Hydrogenics, a Toronto design and manufacturing firm, has won a contract to supply 65-kilowatt hydrogen fuel cells for aircraft tow tractors. The contract is from the U.S. Department of Defense Fuel Cell Test and Evaluation Center, operated by Concurrent Technologies (CTC). The Hydrogenics fuel cell module will be mated to a CTC aircraft tug to be used in demonstrations at air force bases and civilian airports in conjunction with the U.S.

December 19, 2007 - 6:56am

No, Craig and Kim Powell, co-owners of Colorado Aviation in Colorado Springs, Colo., are not hauling in cash by the truckload. But they have altered the usual formula for calculating margins–and it seems to be working. Rather than evaluating fuel-price margins by the gallon, as most FBOs do, the Phillips 66 Aviation Performance Center-qualified FBO takes its numbers from each truckload of jet-A.

December 19, 2007 - 6:52am

An FAA program to buy private airport development rights is targeting “troubled airports” that the agency believes could be at risk for sale to developers or other possible means of closure. According to AOPA, the federal pilot program is similar to one in New Jersey that has been successful in acquiring development rights and preserving airports there.

December 19, 2007 - 6:49am

ACM Aviation has broken ground on a new, 17,000-sq-ft executive terminal with a 60,000-sq-ft hangar on the west side of Mineta San Jose International Airport. Upon completion of construction, planned for fall 2006, ACM Aviation will celebrate 25 years in business.

 
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