26 May 2021

DAE will acquire a portfolio of Boeing 737-8, 737-9 and 737-10 aircraft from CALC

SMBC orders 14 more 737 MAXs – expands MAX portfolio to 121 jets

As airlines adjust to the return to air travel, SMBC Aviation Capital (SMBC) has confirmed it has ordered 14 further 737-8 jets from Boing Co. “We are pleased to have concluded an agreement with Boeing for the purchase of 14 low-cost-carrier-configured 737 MAX aircraft which is an aircraft we are seeing increased customer demand for […]

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Honeywell, Denso ascend into urban air mobility with expanded alliance

DENSO, a leading mobility supplier, has signed a long-term agreement with Honeywell, establishing an alliance focused on electric propulsion units to meet new aerospace needs. Drawing from their automotive and aerospace backgrounds, the companies will develop and manufacture electric propulsion systems for aircraft, initially prioritizing the urban air mobility (UAM) segment with a focus on

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GA Telesis Engine Services appoints new managing director

GA Telesis Engine Services OY (GATES), the engine heavy maintenance unit of global aviation integrator GA Telesis, has appointed Carsten Holm as Managing Director. Holm will be responsible for operational and P&L results for the GATES operation in Finland while also overseeing regulatory compliance. Before being named Managing Director, Holm was GATES’ Chief Operating Officer,

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Embraer presents ERJ 145 semi-private jet aftermarket modification

Embraer has developed a semi-private configuration for ERJ 145 jets as an aftermarket solution, which includes premium seats for the utmost comfort to passengers. The conversion will be possible through a supplemental type certificate (STC), currently under development by Embraer, and all ERJ 145 are eligible to be converted to a semi-private aircraft. “Embraer constantly

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Garmin International acquires Scottsdale-based AeroData

Garmin® International, a unit of Garmin, has announced the acquisition of AeroData, a privately held provider of aircraft performance software and services tailored to commercial and business aviation. AeroData’s portfolio includes products such as runway analysis, takeoff, and en route performance, weight and balance, automated passenger and cargo load planning, global airport obstacle database, around-the-clock NOTAM

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Airbus performs first five-bladed H145 retrofit of DRF Luftrettung helicopter

Airbus Helicopters, in cooperation with DRF Luftrettung, has performed the first retrofit of a four-bladed H145 helicopter into the new five-bladed version. The helicopter, an H145 of the German HEMS operator, was first delivered in 2018 and will be deployed at DRF’s base in Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany. The upgrade to the five-bladed version can be performed

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Vortex Aviation appoints Mitch Schuldiner as Director of Operations for Davie, Florida engine shop

Vortex Aviation, the global On-Wing and quick-turn turbine engine repair organization has appointed Mitch Schuldiner as Director of Operations for its Davie, Florida engine shop. Schuldiner is an aviation industry veteran who brings over 30 years of experience to Vortex Aviation. His contribution further strengthens the company’s leadership team as it provides innovative engine on-wing

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