30 January 2014

AJW Technique passes Thai DCA approval criteria

Auditors from the Thai Civil Aviation Authority have completed their appraisal of AJW Technique’s state-of-the-art facility in Montreal. The audit involved a detailed review of the organisation’s quality systems and processes. The Authority did not identify any areas in need of corrective action. DCA Certification is the most recent in a developing list of regionally […]

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HeliVert gets AR IAC approval for production of commercial AW139

HeliVert, a joint venture between Russian Helicopters and AgustaWestland, has received a Certificate of Approval from the Aviation Register of the Interstate Aviation Committee (AR IAC) for production of the AW139 commercial helicopter. The certificate is valid for two years. Following an audit by the AR IAC in May 2012 HeliVert was awarded a one-year

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B/E Aerospace released fourth quarter and full year 2013 financial results

B/E Aerospace reported that fourth quarter 2013 commercial aircraft segment (CAS) revenues increased 19.6% while operating earnings of $84.0m increased 22.4% as compared with the prior year period. Operating margin of 17.6% expanded 40 basis points as compared to the same period of the prior year, due to operating leverage at the higher revenue level

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JetBlue successfully acquires 12 slot pairs at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

JetBlue Airways has been informed that its bid for 12 slot pairs at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) has been provisionally accepted. These assets became available as a result of divestitures mandated by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in the American Airlines-US Airways merger. Once approved by DOJ, JetBlue expects to add 12

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Private operator ACR takes over towers at five additional Swedish airports

The deregulation of air traffic services (ATS) at Swedish airports has taken off well and since year-end the private Swedish company ACR Aviation Capacity Resources is operating the control towers at nine of the country’s 36 airports. ACR more than doubled their business when the company on January 1st, took over the towers at the

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Lufthansa Flight Training and CTC Aviation engage in new training alliance in Phoenix, Arizona

UK-based flight training provider CTC Aviation Group (CTC Aviation) is using the infrastructure of the Airline Training Center Arizona (ATCA), a 100% subsidiary of Lufthansa Flight Training GmbH, so it can also train future pilots in North America as of April 2014. A corresponding cooperation agreement was signed by both companies in November 2013. CTC

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Yuken Europe to support Bombardier Aerospace in Northern Ireland

Manufacturing firm Yuken Europe has secured work supporting Bombardier Aerospace at one of its facilities in Northern Ireland. The Liverpool-based company designs and manufactures a broad range of high quality, durable hydraulic equipment including pumps and valves. Its hydraulic technology is used across many different sectors and applications, playing a crucial role in the manufacturing

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Embraer Executive Jets names new regional sales executives

Embraer Executive Jets announced the addition of two seasoned business aviation executives to its regional sales teams. Peter Griffith is appointed as Vice President Sales & Marketing, Europe and Africa to lead sales efforts in the region, replacing Colin Steven, who is leaving the Company to pursue other opportunities in business aviation. Embraer Executive Jets

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Air Transat becomes 14th airline to reserve wheeltug delivery slots

WheelTug plc reported the execution of a Slot Option Purchase Agreement with Air Transat, for four slot options for 737NG aircraft. With the new reservations the order book of WheelTug aircraft drive systems grows to 785 delivery slots reserved by fourteen airlines from Europe, America, the Middle East and Asia.

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