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On 24 June, 2024 Joby’s hydrogen-electric technology demonstrator aircraft completed a 523 mile flight above Marina, California, with no in-flight emissions except water.

Joby makes landmark 523 mile hydrogen-electric flight

The aircraft builds on Joby's successful battery-electric air taxi development programme and demonstrates the potential for hydrogen to unlock emissions-free, regional journeys that don't require a runway.

July 13, 2024   Full report

Clay Lacy avionics technicians prepare the fuselage for Starlink aero terminal installation.

Clay Lacy completes first five Starlink installations

The first installations have averaged three weeks and have been paired with additional inspections and upgrades to best optimise the downtime of the aircraft.

July 13, 2024   Full report

The RVSM standby altimeter fix and the attitude indicator replacement are FAA-approved for Learjets.

FAA approves Butler for replacement Learjet standbys

Butler has designed the retrofit installations to minimise customer impact and down time, and the replacement digital altimeter conveniently replaces most existing two-inch standby altimeters.

July 13, 2024   Full report

The SkyCourier at its first stop in Billings Montana on its maiden flight from the Cessna facility in Wichita, Kansas to Everts AIr's base in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Everts welcomes first Cessna SkyCourier Combi

The Cessna SkyCourier is a nextgen aircraft for Bush Alaska, and the Combi option allows Everts to be flexible and serve the unique needs of citizens in remote communities with air freight and passenger configurations.

July 13, 2024   Full report

Vice president of marketing and aftermarket sales Van Winter.

Winter springs into action for Mid-Continent and True Blue

Winter will drive new product development and company growth, foster customer relationships and lead the strategic planning and business development of aftermarket sales, service and distribution.

July 13, 2024   Full report

Executive vice president, maintenance and supplier management Alexis Javkin.

Javkin joins JSSI as EVP, maintenance and supplier management

Alexis Javkin has worked closely with JSSI over the past 10 years as a maintenance programme customer, and now brings his superior leadership and management skills to the position of EVP.

July 13, 2024   Full report

Bell is aiming to facilitate the expansion of the Bell 505 parapublic use throughout Mexico.

7Bell 505 completes successful demo tour in Mexico

The aircraft made stops in 11 states and was showcased to over 20 customers.

July 13, 2024   Full report

Designed by and for aircraft maintenance professionals, Veryon AI Assist uses advanced AI models with natural language processing and real-time information retrieval, offering instant insights from a comprehensive OEM knowledge base.

Veryon launches AI-powered chat assistant

Whether clarifying procedures or troubleshooting, Veryon's AI-powered chat will help operators quickly return aircraft to service, enhance operational efficiency and scale, and make critical information easily accessible.

July 13, 2024   Full report

The Melbourne Orlando International airport hangar complex should be ready to open in around 15 months.

Sheltair Melbourne breaks ground on T-hangar complex

The massive structure will include 30 T-hangars able to accommodate single and light twin aircraft, and the 4.5 acre hangar complex will be situated adjacent to the control tower with easy access to Sheltair's FBO terminal.

July 13, 2024   Full report

Avcon obtained STC SA04639CH for the dual camera port installation and the Avcon Special Mission Pod modification on the Cessna 208 and 208B Caravan/Grand Caravan.

FAA approves Avcon for Caravan mission modifications

Avcon is now FAA-approved to install dual camera ports on the Cessna Caravan and for a Special Mission Pod modification with optional radome capabilities.

July 13, 2024   Full report

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