AeroParts & Supply Southwest, Inc. (APSS) has completed a facility move to an upgraded hangar and shop space located at Dallas Executive Airport (RBD), and is now fully operational. The well-established General Aviation parts, supply and repair company celebrated their grand opening of the facility in early September.
The state of Idaho recently sent a delegation of businesses along with Idaho Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter to a trade mission in Canada. Governor Otter presented Aviation Specialties Unlimited, (ASU) valued partner award to PAL Aerospace during the trade mission.
Ahead of this year’s NBAA-BACE, Flying Colours Corp. has reached a significant milestone as its Peterborough facility re-delivered its one hundredth major retrofit of a Bombardier Challenger model. The Bombardier Challenger 604, delivered in the first week of October, underwent a major overhaul of the cabin, avionics, connectivity and fuselage. Minor maintenance was conducted as the same aircraft had undergone a 96 month check at the Flying Colours Canadian headquarters just over a year ago for its previous owner.
Western Aircraft, a Greenwich AeroGroup company, announces that it recently completed its 100th C-Inspection on a Dassault Falcon Jet.
PPG Receives European Aviation Safety Agency Supplemental Type Certificate for BEECHJET 400 Jet Windshields
Operators in Europe benefit from glass-faced acrylic aftermarket windshield service.
Flying Colours Corp. announces it has completed its third 120-month heavy maintenance check on a Bombardier Global airframe. The ten-year inspection of the Global Express required the privately-owned aircraft to be stripped back to the airframe to enable a full structural inspection.
Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze OKC to Host Manufacturing Day Event on October 12, 2018 for Oklahoma City Community
Event is designed to expand knowledge of manufacturing and inspire next generation of manufacturers.
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.