25 June 2019

Sonaca Montreal opts for long-term partnership with thyssenkrupp Aerospace

Sonaca Montreal, specialized in the manufacturing of large aluminum aerostructures, has opted for a long-term partnership with thyssenkrupp Aerospace and has extended its contract, which has been in effect since 2016. Through 2023, thyssenkrupp’s aerospace experts will be responsible for warehouse and supply chain management as well as comprehensive processing services for the just-in-time materials […]

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Airways New Zealand simulates Lebanon skies

Airways New Zealand, a leading commercial Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Lebanon officially opened an advanced air traffic control (ATC) simulation facility – future-proofing ATC training in Lebanon for decades to come. Airways International, the commercial arm of the New Zealand air navigation service provider, has completed

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TAT Group sells majority interest in its subsidiary Sabena technics

TAT Group has sold its majority interest in its subsidiary Sabena technics, one of the European leaders in the field of aircraft maintenance and modification, to the funds Sagard, Bpifrance and TowerBrook. This shareholder evolution is an important step for Sabena technics’ development by reinforcing its growth opportunities while accompanying it in the successful implementation

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Bombardier bows out of commercial aviation market as MHI set to acquire CRJ Program

Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has agreed to purchase the Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) Program, a move which will see the Canadian plane and train maker now focus its entire operations on profitable business jets and passenger rail cars. MHI has agreed to pay US$550 million for the CRJ Program while also taking over

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Diehl Aviation Gilching designates SR Technics as exclusive Authorized Repair Station in Asia Pacific

SR Technics has been selected as the exclusive authorized repair station for Diehl Aviation Gilching in Asia Pacific. Starting immediately, SR Technics will provide maintenance, repair and overhaul services for Diehl Aviation Gilching’s Asian Pacific customers. As the exclusive authorized repair station, SR Technics Malaysia provides Diehl Aviation Gilching with an in-region repair facility to

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