20 April 2009

Timco Aviation and Hindustan Aeronautics enter joint venture agreement

TIMCO Aviation Services (TIMCO) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), one of Asia’s largest aeronautics manufacturing and repair companies, have entered into a new joint venture agreement, focused on developing comprehensive airframe maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to commercial air transport operators in India and the neighboring region. The partners plan state-of-the-art airframe MRO facilities

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Sikorsky Global Helicopters delivers S-300C Helicopter to LD Aviation

Sikorsky Global Helicopters, a Sikorsky company, recently delivered an S-300C(TM) helicopter to LD Aviation Prague s.r.o. in the Czech Republic. LD Aviation Prague is a sales distributor for Sikorsky Global Helicopters Light Helicopter Division products in the Czech and Slovak Republics and Hungary. The new helicopter will join two other S-300C helicopters at EHC Service

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Flybe takes delivery of 50th Bombardier Q400 airliner

U.K. airline Flybe has taken delivery of its 50th Q400 airliner. Flybe, previously known as British European, placed an initial order for four Q400 airliners in March 1999. Subsequent orders were announced in 2003, 2005 and 2007, confirming Flybe as the largest operator of the aircraft type. Flybe which operates 190 routes in 13 countries,

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BAE Systems Asset Management wins Avianca remarketing mandate

Avianca, the flag carrier of Colombia, has awarded BAE Systems Asset Management an exclusive mandate to remarket eight Boeing MD 83 airliners. The eight Avianca aircraft were all built between 1989 and 1992 and all have Pratt & Whitney JT8D-219 engines. BAE Systems Asset Management has also won an exclusive mandate from Avianca for the

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TAM Cargo and TAP Cargo sign agreement to expand client services

TAM’s cargo unit, TAM Cargo, and TAP Cargo signed a contract during Intermodal South America 2009, that expands the range of destinations served by both companies’ cargo operations. TAM Cargo will serve 15 new locations in Europe and Africa. TAP Cargo will in turn be able to deliver cargo to 15 additional destinations throughout Brazil

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