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SmartSky puts 5G to good use with patents pending

SmartSky's technology has received the critical threshold regulatory certifications from the FAA and the Federal Communications Commission. With cybersecurity a hot topic, it is being choosy with its partners.

June 15, 2019   Full report

Duncan Aviation worked closely with Alto to install a Cadence CMS on a Challenger 604. Duncan customer sings praises of Alto's perfect Cadence

Although the switches that were in a customer's Challenger 604 were no longer supported, the switches for the Cadence system fitted in the Challenger's existing cutouts, keeping the cabin controls tactile.

June 15, 2019   Full report

Illinois trainer offers FAA-approved Frasca tuition

Pilot Proficiency operates a Frasca RTD, an AATD featuring real Garmin G1000 Nxi software for a realistic cockpit experience. Its equipment is available to book out 24 hours a day.

June 15, 2019   Full report

Bombardier has selected San Luis Obispo, California-headquartered ACI Jet as an authorised service facility (ASF). Bombardier maintainer wants to 'bring the world' to California

There are more than 2,900 Bombardier aircraft operating from North American bases. Already experienced with the OEM's aircraft, San Luis Obispo-based ACI has sealed a formal maintenance approval.

June 15, 2019   Full report

AviationManuals assists operators seeking LOAs with handy guide

AviationManuals CEO Mark Baier says that knowing which LOAs are required and successfully applying for them can be daunting for pilots and operators. His company's LOA Guide intends to make the process simpler.

June 15, 2019   Full report

Incoming regional manager for Northwest US John Petersen. Petersen and Stoki manage at Duncan

John Petersen has a vast knowledge of the north-west region of the United States, which will stand him in good stead, while Scott Stoki has proved that he has natural leadership abilities.

June 11, 2019   Full report

Pilots flying for Angel Flight West donate their time and aircraft to assist those in need. Desert Jet Center waives fees for Angel patients

Desert Jet Center founder Denise Wilson flew her first Angel Flight West mission in 1998. The experience had a profound impact, and has led her to lend her FBO to the non-profit organisation at a greatly reduced rate.

June 11, 2019   Full report

PWI partners with leading light JAG in Texas

Increasing awareness of its LED product line to Texas can only be a good thing for PWI. All maintenance performed by fixed base operator JAG is completed by FAA licensed mechanics and repairmen.

June 11, 2019   Full report

Metro Aviation will now be able to welcome EU customers to its Part 145 facility. EASA approval aids Europeans using Metro products

According to Metro Aviation managing director Milton Geltz, receiving Part 145 approval from EASA will enable the company to better support European customers using any Metro STC/PMA products.

June 11, 2019   Full report

The FAA has awarded Part 145 repair station certification to Clay Lacy's 65,000 sq ft facility at Waterbury-Oxford airport in Connecticut. Clay Lacy approved for maintenance at Waterbury-Oxford

The 65,000 sq ft Clay Lacy facility at Waterbury-Oxford serves New York and the northeastern US, and is staffed by factory-trained technicians on Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer and Hawker types.

June 11, 2019   Full report

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