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Stratos Aircraft has invested significantly to support the production of the Stratos 716 and 716X. Its facilities total over 41,000 sq ft in Redmond, Oregon.

Roomy Stratos 716X handles well on first flight

The Stratos 716X will be offered as an experimental kit build aircraft while the 716 will be certified by the FAA for production. The single-engine VLJ is designed to cruise at 400 kts and is constructed from carbon fibre.

July 9, 2020   Full report

Jeff Lake hopes to make a splash at the helm of Duncan.

Duncan shuffles the pack to pave future path

Former Lincoln facility COO Jeff Lake is running Duncan Aviation day-to-day, Chad Doehring is COO at Provo, Mike Minchow has taken on extra responsibilities and sales specialist Ryan Huss is now part of the senior team.

July 8, 2020   Full report

No need to stop low altitude connectivity, says Gogo

Approximately 1,300 Gogo Avance systems flying in business aviation will benefit from the lowering of the connectivity ceiling from Gogo from 10,000 ft above ground level to 3,000 ft, starting later this month.

July 8, 2020   Full report

Talon is experiencing a resurgence in charter demand.

Talon's Falcon gets a grip on Arizona market

The addition of a Falcon 2000 to the Talon fleet in Arizona will be the first of several west coast-based aircraft in the coming months, CEO James Chitty says. This is the fifth fleet addition for Talon since mid-April.

July 8, 2020   Full report

Constant has gone from strength to strength since taking over Sanford.

Constant commits to MRO future in Florida

In order to maintain its success, Constant Aviation has extended the leases at its Orlando paint and interior modification centres through 2028. The lease for its primary maintenance facility extends through 2030.

July 8, 2020   Full report

AirSprint on track for comprehensive cleaning standards

Launched in May 2020, PureSpace by AirSprint uses active and preventative measures to maximise the health of everyone on board. This includes the use of fogging machines to coat surfaces with Bacoban protective film.

July 8, 2020   Full report

PPS declares Van Horn tail rotor the best

The Van Horn Aviation 206/OH-58 tail rotor, with carbon fibre skin, laminar-flow airfoil and titanium root, has gained acceptance in the market. It is said to be quieter than the factory fit, with longer life and lower costs.

July 8, 2020   Full report

StandardAero brings engine MRO under one roof

In addition to consolidating its centre of excellence at Winnipeg, StandardAero has invested additional resources in facility improvements and acquired a test cell supporting Rolls-Royce M250/RR300 engines.

July 8, 2020   Full report

Life Link III has come to depend on the Leonardo AW119 family.

AW119 fills missing link for Life Link HEMS work

The AW119 has met high operational standards, including night vision capability, since the first delivery to Life Link in 2014. An IFR-certified aircraft joins a fleet of 10 AW119Kx.

July 8, 2020   Full report

Paul Hathaway is an experienced pilot who also holds powerplant maintenance and rotorcraft licenses.

Hathaway takes Columbia TBM programme to market

Paul Hathaway is an FAA-licensed commercial multi-engine pilot with 1,000 hours flight experience in the TBM very fast turboprop. He purchased a TBM from Columbia in 2014 and has now become part of the company.

July 8, 2020   Full report

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