28 May 2010

Cascade Aircraft Conversions named ASC for GE's M601 and H80 engines

GE Aviation has named Cascade Aircraft Conversions as an Authorized Service Center for the M601 and H80 engines. As part of the agreement, Cascade Aircraft Conversions will offer comprehensive line maintenance, removals and re-installations of engines and LRUs and engine spares for the M601 and H80 engine families. GE Aviation will provide Cascade Aircraft Conversions …

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Air China A319 completes RNP-AR validation flight at Ali Airport, China

An Air China A319 successfully completed a validation flight utilizing tailored Required Navigation Performance – Authorisation Required (RNP-AR) procedures at Ali Airport in the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China. The RNP validation flight is essential for the entry into service of Ali Airport, which is to be officially opened for operations soon. The Civil Aviation …

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Flight Options' Phenom 300 receives FAA validation

Flight Options, a provider of private jet travel services, has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) authorization to place the new Phenom 300 aircraft on its Air Carrier Certificate. After intensive review and a safety based collaboration with the FAA, the Phenom 300 is now approved for Part 135 and Part 91K operations through Flight Options. …

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Honeywell to analyze effects of volcanic ash ingestion in its turbine engines

Honeywell will be analyzing the effects of ash ingestion in two of its TPE331 turboprop engines used to gather scientific data during recent volcanic eruptions and flights into the subsequent ash cloud over Europe. The engines powered a Dornier 228 and accumulated 10 hours of operation in the volcanic ash cloud and an additional 22 …

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General Dynamics awarded FAA SE2020 systems engineering contract

General Dynamics has been selected as one of three large-business contractors for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) System Engineering 2020 Research and Development/Mission Analysis Support program. The ten-year contract awarded to General Dynamics has a maximum potential value of $1.2 billion if all options are exercised. Funding will be awarded through individual task orders. Through …

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