3 December 2012

Airbus achieves EASA certification for A320 Sharklets

Airbus has achieved on schedule certification for its new fuel-saving Sharklets for the A320 with CFM engines. This certification received from the European airworthiness authorities (EASA) will be followed very soon by the US FAA. For the flight test campaign, A320 Family aircraft with both CFM56 and V2500 engines have recently taken to the skies […]

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SAS refinances three A330-300 aircraft

Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS), the Scandinavian flag-carrier has entered into a $125.2m senior secured loan facility covering three A330-300 aircraft (s/n’s 496, 515 and 568) with an East Asia-based Global Insurance Company as sole facility provider. Tranches covering the two Aircraft have been drawn down as the initial ECA-backed loans matured, with the third and

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Gama Aviation awarded Canadian Foreign Air Operator’s Certificate (FAOC)

Gama Group, the global business aviation services provider, announced the award by Transport Canada of a Foreign Air Operator Certificate (FAOC) enabling Gama Aviation to operate flights to, from and within Canada. The award of a Canadian FAOC to Farnborough, UK based Gama Aviation Ltd is part of its programme of continuing investment in expanding

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FL Technics completes series of landing gear deals worth over €1m

FL Technics, a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services, successfully expands its landing gear activities by closing a recent set of deals worth over €1million. Launched as a separate division in the beginning of 2012, FL Technics Landing Gear has successfully conducted a number of Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 landing

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Nayak Aircraft Services announces design and production of tooling

Nayak Aircraft Services has designed an external muffler for declining the hangar noise pollution generated by the Avionics Cooling System for a/c types B737 CL and NG, other models will follow. The handling is pretty simple due to the light weight and small dimensions. Easily docked to the Avionic Extraction Valve and easily retracted, no

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Turbopower deploys Quantum Control to manage MRO services

Component Control reported that Turbopower LLC, a leading aero engine MRO company that services the PT6A/T and T56/501D engine platforms, has selected Quantum Control to manage its comprehensive MRO and part sales services. Turbopower serves the worlds military operations, commuter airlines, business aviation, charter taxi, emergency medical services, and utility freight providers through its state-of-the-art

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Eighth A380 financed in the capital markets brings Doric’s Asset Portfolio to $7bn

The delivery of Doric’s 18th Airbus A380 under management on November 30th concluded the aircraft acquisitions for the Doric Alpha EETC transaction closed in June this year. Doric’s aviation portfolio now comprises 35 aircraft valued at about $7bn. Doric Nimrod Air Finance Alpha Limited (Doric Alpha) took delivery of its fourth and final Airbus A380

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