26 February 2008

Shenzhen Airlines adopts Mechtronix NZFT full flight simulator

Shenzhen Airlines, one of China’s leading airlines, reported its adoption of a new B737-NG FFS X from Mechtronix, a growing manufacturer of flight training equipment. The FFS X NZFT (Non Zero Flight Time) unit is currently being delivered with plans to install and qualify with Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for training set to […]

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Hamilton Sundstrand to provide engine controls for P&W's Next Generation engines

Pratt & Whitney selected Hamilton Sundstrand to provide engine controls and accessories for the company’s next generation of engines for the new Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ), Bombardier CSeries and Cessna Citation Columbus business aircraft. Under the agreement, Hamilton Sundstrand will provide the engines’ control, fuel, pneumatic and thermal management systems.

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Lufthansa raises operating profit to almost Euro 1.4 billion

The Lufthansa Group’s revenue totalled Euro 22.4 billion (previous year: Euro 19.8 billion) at the end of the financial year 2007 according to preliminary figures. The operating result of EUR 1,378 million (previous year: Euro 845 million) exceeded the profit target. The positive business development and income from portfolio management also made their mark on

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AAR to acquire Avborne Heavy Maintenance

AAR has signed an agreement to acquire Avborne Heavy Maintenance, Inc. (Avborne) and a related entity from AHM Holding, Corp. Avborne is an independent provider of aircraft heavy maintenance checks, modifications, installations and painting services to commercial airlines, international cargo carriers and major aircraft leasing companies. Founded in 1985, Avborne performs heavy maintenance on both

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P&W Canada launches innovative maintenance program for helicopter customers

Pratt & Whitney Canada has launched an all-new Fleet Management Program designed to meet the wide-ranging engine maintenance needs of helicopter customers around the world. The new Fleet Management Program (FMP) offers helicopter customers a combination of cost stability and simplicity. Customers pay a guaranteed rate that recognizes the demanding and often changing operating environments

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Bombardier Aerospace continues to expand worldwide support network

Bombardier Aerospace continues to expand its fast growing worldwide support network, adding two new Challenger 300 service facilities in North America. Duncan Aviation – Battle Creek of Battle Creek, MI, and Midcoast Aviation of Cahokia, IL, have both been appointed as Authorized Service Facilities (ASF) for the popular super midsize jet. Duncan Aviation and Midcoast

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