Dallas Airmotive plans to expand its support services in the northeastern U.S. The company will add regional field service representatives and a mobile response vehicle capable of on-site inspections, repair work and carbon seal replacements at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y., one of the region’s most popular sites for business and general aviation aircraft. Additionally, the company is adding field service representatives throughout the region to improve response time and reduce ground time for repairs.
Cedar Hill, Texas-based Dallas Aeronautical Services (Booth No. C6632), an FAA Part 145 repair station, has broken ground on a new 50,400-square-foot facility that will span more than three acres in the High Meadows Industrial Park in Cedar Hill, Texas
Atlantic Aviation (Booth No. N4500) has announced it will embark on a $15 million development plan for its two Houston-area FBOs. At its flagship Houston Hobby Airport location, the company will build a new 16,000-sq-ft terminal, which will replace its current 1972 vintage structure, one of the original Atlantic FBOs.
Atlantic Aviation announced today that it will embark on a more than $15 development project for its two Houston-area FBOs. At its flagship Houston Hobby location, the company will build a new 16,000-sq-ft terminal, which will replace its current 1972-vintage structure that is one of the original Atlantic FBOs.
Dallas Airmotive has added Thomas Kennedy as a regional engine manager. He will represent all of the company’s engine and APU product lines and serve customers in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. Kennedy comes to Dallas Airmotive from Signature TechnicAir Aircraft Maintenance, where he was director of maintenance and accountable manager. Before joining TechnicAir, Kennedy worked for seven years as director of maintenance at Jet Aviation (Bedford, Mass.). He also spent six years at British Midland as lead technician.
A U.S. District Court in Jacksonville, Fla., on August 1 sentenced Tyler Pennywitt to one year of probation and 50 hours of community service for deliberately shining a laser pointer at a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office helicopter in June last year.
After more than 20 years of operations in Midland, Texas, the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) announced Wednesday at EAA AirVenture 2013 it has selected eight finalists for the new home of organization’s national headquarters and museum facilities.
The pilot escaped with minor injuries after his Beechcraft King Air 200 crashed on a four-lane road just short of Runway 16 at Chicago Executive Airport (KPWK), Wheeling, Ill., on June 26. No one on the ground was injured. The King Air narrowly missed striking a number of nearby apartment buildings and was substantially damaged when the right wing struck a tree. There was no fire.
An Embraer Phenom 300 set three speed records for its class when it flew from Embraer Executive Jets’ headquarters at Melbourne (Fla.) International Airport (MLB) to Daugherty Field in Long Beach, Calif., with only one fuel stop. On the first leg, the twinjet flew the 1,380-nm route to El Paso (Tex.) International Airport in four hours, 16 minutes and 33 seconds. After a 27-minute fuel stop, it proceeded to Long Beach, completing the 607-nm leg in one hour, 55 minutes and 20 seconds.
The North Texas Business Aviation Association will offer 10 different safety presentations at its first Safety Show Down event on April 3 at the Dallas-area Addison Airport (ADS). The event takes place at Million Air’s location on the northeast side of the field beginning with check-in at 7:30 a.m. Session topics include pilot upset recovery, food safety and fatigue.
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