The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) has announced Dale Forton will be the organization’s new president. He replaces retiring John Casker who, with PAMA chairman Clark Gordon and the board of directors, spent several years refocusing the organization’s strategic plan and re-establishing critical industry relationships.
AINmxReports » April 13, 2011
NBAA and its maintenance committee released the names of the 34 recipients of the 2011 Maintenance Technical Reward and Career Scholarships (Tracs) at the association’s Maintenance Management Conference, held last week in San Diego.
Prague Ruzyne International Airport is the site of Cessna Aircraft’s newest Citation service center. Co-located with the Bell Helicopter service facility, it is certified by the EASA, staffed by Cessna personnel and occupies more than 32,000 sq ft of shop space. “The Prague facility is currently performing line and unscheduled maintenance, including warranty work.
Dassault Falcon is offering a practical training program for the Falcon 900 and 2000 EASy. Approved by the French Aviation Authority (DGAC), the program was originally launched in April 2007 in support of the Falcon 7X entry-into-service and is certified under EASA Part 66 regulations.
Bombardier Aerospace has upgraded maintenance capabilities at Aerovitro of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico and Aviacion Atlantico Sur (AASSA) of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Aerovitro has been appointed an authorized service facility (ASF) for the Challenger 300 and 604/605 while Aviacion Atlantico Sur is now an AOG line maintenance facility (LMF) for the Challenger 604/605.
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