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December 4, 2013 - 1:55pm

The FAA has issued an Unapproved Parts Notification for MacLean Sky aircraft bolts used in certain Dynafocal mounting assembly low-profile kits that were manufactured without the benefit of an FAA production approval. According to the FAA, from 2009 to 2012 MacLean Sky, formerly Sky-Manufacturing of Commerce, Calif., was manufacturing parts for an FAA production approval holder (PAH) and selling the excess parts to Fasteners Dimensions of Ozone Park, N.Y.

October 30, 2012 - 10:25am

W.M. Berg is featuring its simplified custom window shade assembly design here at Booth No. 813, highlighting 15 years of experience in motorized business jet window shade assembly applications.

The firm is emphasizing its “truly simple, three-component design.” In both manual and motorized variants, the shade assemblies include: a lead screw to transfer horizontal actuation to vertical shade movement with a motor for the motorized assembly; an upper pulley bearing assembly, replaced by shaft drive for the motorized assembly; and two belts.

July 28, 2009 - 10:08am

Spirit of St. Louis Airport-based JetCorp recently completed its first Legacy 600 maintenance package including hourly and calendar inspection items, compliance with the A.D. 2006-16-17 to check for proper torque of the seat track screws, and miscellaneous interior refurbishment items. “Although we haven’t aggressively targeted the Embraer market because of the authorized service network they have

July 28, 2009 - 10:08am

Spirit of St. Louis Airport-based JetCorp recently completed its first Legacy 600 maintenance package including hourly and calendar inspection items, compliance with the A.D. 2006-16-17 to check for proper torque of the seat track screws, and miscellaneous interior refurbishment items. “Although we haven’t aggressively targeted the Embraer market because of the authorized service network they have

March 31, 2009 - 4:40am

Eclipse EA500, Rockford, Ill., July 17, 2008–The North American Jet Charter Eclipse was on an IFR flight when the pilots reduced power to enter a cloud deck. As the Eclipse entered the clouds, the crew said the airplane buffeted “slightly” and they heard a “loud bang and short rumble” from the left rear of the airplane.

September 21, 2007 - 6:13am

3M Aerospace (Booth No. 641) has developed a flame-retardant tape for use in the aerospace industry, the company announced here at NBAA’07.

November 2, 2006 - 6:00am

Consider the lowly fastener, an object guaranteed to induce acute boredom in the mind of the average man, a cure for insomnia perhaps. They’re hidden away in corners, under seats and floors and behind panels, rarely seen but so necessary.

 
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