The FAA has approved a supplemental type certificate organization designation authorization (STC ODA) for Midcoast Aviation. The designation enables the company to produce STCs in-house in support of its maintenance, repair, overhaul and completions activities. The new status replaces the company’s previous designated alteration station (DAS) approval.
AINmxReports » March 17, 2010
Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) has selected the aircraft maintenance and engineering system (Amos) to manage its maintenance services. Amos is an integrated maintenance management system developed by Swiss Aviation Software.
Moline, Ill.-based Elliott Aviation has signed a service center agreement with Jet Support Services (JSSI) to provide scheduled and unscheduled maintenance services, paint and interior refurbishment services and to supply spare parts to JSSI clients enrolled in the company’s hourly-cost maintenance program.
Hawker Beechcraft (HBC) and FlightSafety International have received approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of China to conduct theoretical and practical technical training to support the Hawker 4000 and Beechcraft King Air C90.
Bombardier has scheduled five regional maintenance and operations conferences for this year. The Canadian OEM has a 20-year tradition of holding large M&O conferences in North America for Learjet, Challenger and Global operators. This year it is expanding its outreach program to include two-day regional M&O conferences in Hong Kong (April 13 to 15), Amsterdam (September 21 to 23) and Atlanta (October 18 to 20).
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