15 November 2023

aircraft parts

Insights: Used serviceable material – a challenging market

Delivery delays in new aircraft and ongoing supply chain problems create continued challenges Supply and demand are the two principal factor that affect the price of any product. However, because outside agents can have a considerable effect on either of these factors, today’s challenges for tear-down companies and those involved in trading USM are exacerbated …

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Magellan Aviation Group

AviTrader MRO spoke to Anthony Spaulding, President & CEO of Magellan Aviation Group

Magellan Aviation Group provides a wide range of services. Can you tell us more about the different services you are offering to the industry? At Magellan, we take pride in offering a comprehensive range of services to the commercial aviation industry. Our core business revolves around the acquisition and sale of used serviceable materials (USM). …

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Ethiopian Airlines places landmark order for 67 jets with Boeing

Ethiopian Airlines has agreed to order 11 787 Dreamliner and 20 737 MAX airplanes with an opportunity for 15 and 21 additional jets, respectively. The agreement was signed between Boeing and Ethiopia’s national carrier at the Dubai Airshow. Ethiopian is ordering the 787-9 variant, part of a Dreamliner family that reduces fuel use and emissions by 25% compared to …

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Dutch Government puts brakes on Schiphol flight reduction plans

The Dutch government announced on Tuesday, November 14, that it is temporarily setting aside its plans to reduce flights at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, acknowledging the decision as a “difficult compromise for the environment.” Infrastructure Minister Mark Harbers, in a letter to parliament, revealed that the proposals to cut Schiphol flights from 500,000 to 460,000 starting …

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StandardAero has completed the first HTF7000 inspection at its Gosport, UK facility © StandardAero

StandardAero completes first HTF7000 inspection at Gosport, UK Facility

StandardAero has reported the completion of its first Honeywell HTF7000 minor level maintenance event, a 4,800-hour inspection on an HTF7350 engine, at its Gosport, UK Regional Turbine Center (RTC) for a customer in the EMEA region. “HTF7000 operators in the EMEA region now have a facility option to keep their engine in region for minor-level …

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C-130H Hercules Large AirTanker © Coulson Aviation

Coulson Aviation extends aerial firefighting support to South America

Coulson Aviation has been awarded a three-year firefighting contract with Chile’s Corporación Nacional Forestal (CONAF) for a C-130H Hercules Large AirTanker and a Citation 550 air attack lead plane with its partner BRYSA. “We are honoured to continue supporting Chile with our aircraft,” said Britton Coulson, President and COO, Coulson Aviation. “We have been successfully fighting fires …

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Airways Aviation and Symbiotics partner to help prepare future pilots

Airways Aviation, a provider of pilot training, and Symbiotics, experts in psychometric assessment for the aviation industry, have partnered to support cadets by providing their ADAPT assessments ahead of commercial pilot training. Airways Aviation operates one of the largest fleets of privately owned training aircraft worldwide. Its vision is to train, educate, shape and deliver …

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