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Briefing rooms and classrooms are being expanded at Phoenix-Mesa.

APS breaks ground on groundbreaking headquarters

Features of new UPRT training facilities at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway include expanded classrooms, briefing rooms, flight simulation, integrated multi-media technologies, indoor/outdoor lounge and deck areas for customers.

February 25, 2020   Full report

Texas Aero started life in 1973.

Texas Aero introduces X-1FBO software suite

X-1 CEO Jim Wiley says that the vision for the X-1 suite of software solutions has been to streamline every FBO function to promote efficiency, customer service and ease of use so the FBO team can take care of each client.

February 25, 2020   Full report

ACR absorbs avionics specialist FreeFlight

Texas-headquartered FreeFlight Systems now joins the ACR Aviation group of companies, which includes Skytrac Systems, Latitude Technologies, Flight Data Systems, and ARTEX.

February 25, 2020   Full report

ARC was downloaded 1,500 times in 2019.

iPad app leads the surge for expanding AviationManuals

With a current active client base operating around 4,500 business aircraft, AviationManuals has established itself as a leading provider of aviation operations manuals and digital support for worldwide business aviation.

February 25, 2020   Full report

The Rolls-Royce BR725 engine.

BR725 engine tops one million flying hours

Rolls-Royce has achieved a new milestone. The BR725 engine powering the G650 family has reached one million flying hours.

February 25, 2020   Full report

Frank Logsdon started his aviation career with Great Lakes Airlines.

Troubleshooting expert Logsdon to work on Textron

After graduating with an Associate's Degree in Aviation Maintenance in 1996, Frank Logsdon found his way to Duncan Aviation in Lincoln, in 2000. Since then he has progressed steadily through the ranks.

February 25, 2020   Full report

Chantilly's AMT training gains Diamond FAA recognition

100 per cent of Chantilly Air's maintenance technicians, led by Jeff Windham, were required to exceed training requirements provided by the FAA to meet the award criteria.

February 25, 2020   Full report

Surf on crest of rapid growth through BlackBird takeover

Surf Air Mobility Corp aims to make flying a viable alternative to commercial airlines and driving on short routes, making its move for online marketplace BlackBird a smart one.

February 25, 2020   Full report

GMR to raise the training bar with Frasca FTD pair

Frasca's TruVision training database offers training scenarios such as pinnacle landing zones, confined landing areas, roof-top helipads and accident scenes for conducting orbits and selecting emergency landing zones.

February 25, 2020   Full report

Clothes hangers and cup holders have been incorporated into the seats of the TBM 910 and 940 for 2020.

Daher customers to sit pretty in redesigned TBM cabins

Among the comfort-related enhancements to the cabins of 2020's TBM aircraft are headset stowage hooks incorporated on clothes hangers behind the rear seats, while pilots benefit from a tablet device holder.

February 25, 2020   Full report

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