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The G150—a derivative of the G100/Astra SPX—is manufactured under contract by Israel Aerospace Industries in Tel Aviv.
The first customer aircraft retrofitted with the Wave system installed within Bombardier’s network was recently performed at the Singapore service center.
More than 9,000 aviation industry professionals have attended the free Bombardier Safety Standdown.
With acquisition, company expands into Aircraft Minimum Equipment Lists.
The SB is classified as a heavy maintenance input.
The company claims the solution is tailored to the client's specific needs.
The approval covers the Beechcraft King Air 90, 200/250 and 300/350.
The new approvals cover the Challenger 604 and 605 at Basel.
Embraer announced the Voluntary Dismissal Program last month, saying its was part of an effort to save $200 million.
China was forced to delay compliance because it became clear that there would be an insufficient number of aircraft not appropriately equipped by year-end.