Aviation Industry Sales Management Executive to Oversee AmP Aircraft Maintenance Client Acquisition, Retention and Expansion.
BRS Aerospace has engaged Wichita State University's National Institute for Aviation Research (WSU-NIAR) to develop testing protocols for evaluating the safety and performance of aircraft parachute recovery systems in General Aviation (GA) and Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft.
ATEQ Aviation Test Equipment Manufacturer Announces the Acquisition of American Pitot-Static Adapter Manufacturer Cobra Systems.
Aviation test equipment manufacturer, ATEQ Aviation, has recently acquired a Chicago-based manufacturing company. Since 2002, Cobra Systems, Inc. has specialized in test adapters and kits for all aircraft. Founded in 2008, ATEQ Aviation is the newest of ATEQ Group’s three divisions. Aviation takes its place alongside the Leak Testing and Tire Pressure Monitoring Tools divisions. ATEQ Aviation has three major test equipment lines which include Battery Testers, Resistance Testers, and its flagship product line – Pitot Static Test Kits.
C&L Aerospace, a C&L Aviation Group company, is named the recommended vendor for CT7 ECMP and non-ECMP LRU-services support by GE Aviation. GE Aviation has completed the transition and will no longer offer CT7 LRU support as part of the ECMP program; however, operators of both CT7-5A2 and CT7-9B engines will have the option to utilize C&L Aerospace for their LRU-support needs.
Animal attraction draws AkzoNobel and Embraer together to develop stunning livery for three of the aircraft-maker’s latest line of E2 business jets.
The Regional Airline Association, the industry trade association representing North American regional airlines, announces the awarding of scholarships to four students pursuing a career in the airline industry. RAA’s Associate Member Council selected the four worthy winners, each of whom will receive a $4,000 scholarship.
Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services Receives STC Approval for Automatic Dependent Surveillance
Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Transport Services Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATSG), announces it has received supplemental type certification (STC) approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) modifications on Boeing 757, 767-200, and 767-300 aircraft. The Airborne solution includes many cost-saving features while minimizing aircraft downtime and upgrade expense to comply with satellite-based augmentation system (S-BAS) requirements mandated by the FAA for 2025.
New AmP brand and expanded platform continues company’s commitment to corporate aircraft service safety and customer centric support.
Aircraft Specialties, Inc., of Omaha, NE, hires industry veteran Corey Nelson as its regional sales representative for the South Central region.
Duncan Aviation completes its first two Tamarack Aerospace ATLAS Winglet installations on Cessna CitationJet aircraft.