26 March 2008

American Airlines cancels flights for wiring inspections

American Airlines released that during an audit of American Airlines, a joint team of AA and FAA inspectors raised questions regarding an already accomplished directive concerning how a certain bundle of wires is secured to the MD-80 aircraft. American is re-inspecting the MD-80s to make sure the wiring is installed and secured exactly according to

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Air Greenland signs new contract with SAS Technical Services

SAS Technical Services has signed a new 5-year contract with Air Greenland, which covers Engineering, Line Maintenance, Planning and administration of materials relating to the airline’s Airbus A330-200, which traffics the route between Copenhagen and Greenland. The new contract furthermore also contains provisions for c-checks and APU-lease. Air Greenland is based at Nuuk Airport on

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KLM E&M authorized to perform base maintenance on Boeing 747-400s by JCAB

The Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) has officially authorized KLM Engineering & Maintenance (KLM E&M) to carry out Base Maintenance in Amsterdam on Boeing 747-400s as of February 2008. KLM E&M is the first European company, and only the second outside Japan, to be granted this authorization. The JCAB has also renewed KLM E&M

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IAI delivers first of four B767-200 Special Freighters

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)’s Bedek Aviation Group delivered the first B767-200 Bedek Special Freighter Configuration (BDSF) to Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM), after conversion from passenger to freighter configuration. Cargo Aircraft Management is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cargo Holdings International (CHI). CHI is owned by ABX Holdings, Inc. (ABXA). This is the thirty-fourth B767-200 passenger

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P&WC launches second phase of $45 million investment in Halifax

Pratt & Whitney Canada launched the second phase of a $45 million investment program designed to increase the long-term competitiveness of its Halifax facility. The company will transform it into a world-class, high-technology assembly and test aerospace centre. Since 2006, P&WC has invested $21 million in its Halifax facility to install state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and

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