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Agreement shortens downtime for customers in the Kingdom, who no longer need to wait for parts from the U.S.
The approval adds Bombardier and Gulfstream to its slate of options.
The company will train aircraft engineers and technicians on current and new engine models, beginning with the GTF and V2500.
Picket organizers believe the events sent a clear message on their stance for improved benefits.
Abu Dhabi-based company purchased the minority 1.95-percent share held by Piero Ferrari
FANS equipment facilitates communication for flights over the North Atlantic and other regions.
NATA's Hendricks believes the recent DOT IG details concerns of modeling U.S. ATC system after foreign organizations.
In addition to the new engines, installation of the wiring harnesses and functional test procedures have begun on FTV1.
Company supplied more than two million gallons of aviation fuels from July to mid-September to bases supporting aerial firefighting ops in U.S. West.
To celebrate the milestone, the company is giving away 500 bonus points to 500 Shell AeroClass members via a drawing.