Hawker Beechcraft announced today at LABACE that the first customer aircraft in the Hawker 400XPR upgrade program is undergoing the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics system retrofit at its Hawker Beechcraft Service facility in Atlanta.
AINalerts » August 15, 2012
Today at LABACE 2012, Blackhawk announced that it sold a Caravan XP42A performance upgrade system–the first in South America–to Trans Guyana Airways, a charter and scheduled flight services carrier based in Ogle, East Coast Demerara, Guyana.
Dassault will deliver at least six more Falcon business jets to Brazilian customers this year and plans to expand its service center in Sorocaba to meet current and future demand, the company said today at LABACE 2012.
Embraer-CAE Training Services, a joint venture between Embraer and CAE, inaugurated Phenom aircraft pilot and maintenance technician training in Brazil yesterday at CAE’s training facility near Guarulhos International Airport in São Paulo.
Embraer Legacy 650 high-altitude landing and takeoff operations (Halto) have been certified by Brazil’s Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil, the São Paulo, Brazil-based aircraft manufacturer announced at LABACE 2012. This approval allows the Legacy 650 to operate at airports located up to 13,800 feet msl around the world, including those in Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru, China, India, Nepal and the U.S. EASA and FAA certifications of Halto are pending.
When it comes to the careful handling of millions of dollars worth of aircraft at LABACE 2012 at São Paulo (Brazil) Congonhas Airport, Swissport was the pick to position 75 aircraft on the static display ramp yesterday and today with nary a ding.
Under a bright, azure sky, the ninth annual Latin American Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (LABACE) opened this morning in São Paulo, Brazil, to the sound of business aviation hard at work in a region of the world where the industry sees a long-term bright future.
With a keen eye on the growth of business aviation in Latin America and corresponding growth in traffic from that region through Florida, Sheltair announced this week at the Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (LABACE) in São Paulo, Brazil, that it is expanding its facilities at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (Fla.) International Airport.
“We remain positive about continuing growth of the Brazilian economy, as well as that of all Latin America,” said Embraer vice president of sales for Latin America Breno Corrêa, discussing the debut of the company’s Lineage 1000 this week.