The German Airworthiness Authority has certified Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services (LBAS) as a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO+) as referred to in Part-M Section A Subpart G.
Aviation International News » December 2007
TAT Group subsidiary Sabena Technics has agreed to provide full A319 Airbus Corporate Jetliner support to the Armenian company Armavia. The Armenian State aircraft is slated to enter service this month.
The AMTSociety has joined forces with Northrop Rice Foundation to generate scholarships for aviation maintenance-related education. Under the agreement, Northrop will administer the funds to be applied toward AMTScholarship awards.
Securaplane recently announced that CRS Jet Spares, a Securaplane mainship and emergency battery line distributor, has sold its 20,000th mainship battery. Securaplane emergency battery systems use Hawker sealed lead acid batteries instead of nicads and are either original or approved replacement equipment for most business jets.
ServiceElements has signed a three-year agreement to provide a customer service culture enhancement program for employees at Landmark Aviation’s four maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operations in the U.S.
Bombardier has announced the addition of two new service facilities for Challengers and Globals to its worldwide maintenance network.
Standard Aero, a Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) Engineering company, is marking its 40th anniversary of service on the Rolls-Royce 250 turboshaft engine.
According to the company, it began work on the original 250 engine in 1967 and since that time has become the largest 250 service provider in the world, with maintenance facilities in North America, Singapore and Australia.
The FAA has granted several supplemental type certificates (STC) to Standard Aero for upgrades to aircraft powered by the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A turboprop, including the Cheyenne I, IA, II and IIXL and King Air F90.
CAE has signed a five-year agreement with Hawker Pacific to provide maintenance training for the company and its clients within the Southeast Asia region. Hawker Pacific Asia operates a growing network from its main headquarters in Sydney,
Australia. The company has five locations around Australia and also operates in New Zealand, the Middle East and Asia.
Landmark Aviation has expanded its agreement with Air Alliance of Germany to offer aircraft maintenance, repair, modification and completion to owners and operators of turbofan- and turboprop-powered aircraft in Europe.