13 January 2017

KLM UK Engineering signs Virtual Learning Environment contract for Part 66 exams

KLM UK Engineering has signed a long term partnership with Kris Sakti Aviation (Malaysia) for the provision of EASA Part 147 exams supported by KLM UK Engineering’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) software. Under the agreement, KLM UK Engineering (KLM UKE) will support Kris Sakti Aviation by providing experienced examiners to accompany its VLE product, allowing

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Embraer reaches targets with delivery of 108 commercial jets and 117 executive jets in 2016

Embraer has delivered 32 commercial and 43 executive jets, 25 of which are light jets and 18 are large, during the fourth quarter of 2016 (4Q16). The Company ended the year with 108 aircraft delivered to the commercial aviation market and 117 to the executive aviation market, totaling 73 light and 44 large executive jets.

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Booming China express delivery brings more workload to Ameco

The booming Chinese express delivery industry brings more engine and conversion workload to Ameco. From last October, Ameco’s engine overhaul workshop in Beijing is witnessing workload increase and it is in a peak period in the beginning of 2017. Up to Jan. 9th, the engine types under repair involve Pratt-Whitney PW4000, International Aero-Engines V2500 and

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Passenger traffic at Frankfurt Airport exceeds 60 million mark again

In 2016, Frankfurt Airport (FRA) served a total of 60,792,308 passengers, thus surpassing the 60 million passenger mark once again and remaining almost at the previous year’s level (down 0.4%). Following a slowdown in the summer period of 2016 caused by geopolitical factors, passenger traffic clearly picked up again towards the end of the year.

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