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ZeroAvia has already begun flight testing its powertrain prototype in a Piper M-class airframe in California.

UK government funds ZeroAvia's clean emission project

ZeroAvia's hydrogen fuelled powertrain has attracted funding from government. The company has an experimental certificate, passed significant flight tests, and plans to launch commercial ops in 2022.

September 23, 2019   Full report

Experienced Michele Posey has great leadership skills.

FlightSafety sales look rosy under Posey

Michele Posey has been a valued member of the FlightSafety team since 1998 and senior VP of sales and marketing Steve Gross says that she is very deserving of this promotion to executive director of sales.

September 23, 2019   Full report

Flightstar improves data comms in LR40 and LR45

Flightstar believes that its latest STC will extend the capabilities of two popular Learjet models well into the future with an upgrade to current Universal comms equipment.

September 23, 2019   Full report

The larger battery bank on the Start Pac Green will keep aircraft powered up while on the ramp.

Start Pac builds green GPU to keep air cleaner

Most GPUs are powered with diesel engines, which are loud, environment polluting, expensive to run and maintain. Start Pac is at the leading edge of the campaign to reduce emissions with its battery-powered unit.

September 23, 2019   Full report

Wayne Starling tells how IADA's exclusive search portal handled $1.6 billion in sales in its first seven months.

IADA shares billion dollar success of search portal

IADA's new pre-owned search portal has hit the ground running. Aircraft sales have reached more than 235 in the first seven months and the high transaction volume looks set to continue.

September 23, 2019   Full report

Rachael Weverka will now be based in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Duncan transitions conscientious worker Weverka

During her nine years as a designer for Duncan Aviation, Rachael Weverka has worked on a variety of models, and she has extensive experience on numerous airframes. She is taking up a new post in Lincoln.

September 23, 2019   Full report

Western gets its wish for Williams work

The FJ44 authorisation allows Western Aircraft to work on Cessna 525, 525+, 525 A, A+, B, C and M2 models. As a PC-24 authorised service facility, it is already familiar with the engine type.

September 23, 2019   Full report

Robert Wood will put his varied skillset to good use at West Star.

Rasberry marks fruitful tenure at West Star

Bob Rasberry has been at the centre of West Star Aviation since joining in 2002. He is moving to join parent company Norwest Equity Partners as a senior advisor but will remain as West Star chairman emeritus.

September 23, 2019   Full report

NBAA honours safe flying members

For 60 years, NBAA’s Flying Safety Award program has brought worldwide attention to the business aircraft safety record. The 2018 recipients will be honoured in October at NBAA-BACE.

September 21, 2019   Full report

C&L mechanic Glenn Alan Williams has received the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award after a staggering 50 years of industry service.

Williams honoured as Master Mechanic by FAA

On 13 September Glenn Alan Williams became an FAA Master Mechanic. He has served the industry for half a century, and all his colleagues testify that when they run into an issue, he's the man with a solution.

September 21, 2019   Full report

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