Aviation International News » June 2009

June 4, 2009 - 6:50am

Airmark International, an independent Learjet parts distributor, has teamed with aviation services provider Sabreliner to install Airmark-provided GKN Aerospace windshields in Learjet 24/24D/25/28/29/35/36s.

June 4, 2009 - 6:36am

BBA Aviation’s engine repair and overhaul company, Dallas Airmotive, has expanded PW305 capability at its Dallas Love Field (DAL) facility. New tooling allows the company to replace IBRs (integrally bladed rotors) on the PW305A, the engine that powers the Learjet 60. The first two engines to receive this treatment were completed in April. IBR replacement on the PW305A eliminates the requirement for inspection every 300 hours.

June 4, 2009 - 6:25am

Heavy-iron operators traveling to India and the neighboring region will soon have

June 4, 2009 - 6:14am

Aviall Services’ product repair services division has signed a deal with XOJet to provide wheel repairs, overhauls and replacement services. XOJet combines
private jet ownership, membership and on-demand travel services. Paul Touw, the company’s founder, said he chose Aviall both for its breadth of components, tires and spares, and for the location of its
facilities around the country.

June 4, 2009 - 6:07am

Gulfstream Aerospace added another European parts distribution center to its product support network. The Corjet Europe facility in Madrid, Spain, will serve as a strategic parts distribution facility for high-usage items commonly required by Gulfstream customers. Located at Madrid Barajas Airport, the facility currently holds almost $4 million in Gulfstream parts, with plans for expansion this year.

June 4, 2009 - 5:48am

PremiAir has officially opened a new fixed-wing maintenance center for Hawker Beechcraft aircraft at Oxford Airport, UK. The operation relocated from Blackbushe Airport near Farnborough into a newly refurbished 20,000-sq-ft hangar. The EASA Part 145 operation has a 25-year relationship with Hawker Beechcraft and is an

June 4, 2009 - 5:44am

The hobbling economy has forced another company to cut personnel.
StandardAero has reduced its business aviation workforce by 119 employees, with layoffs in Springfield, Ill.; Los Angeles; Houston; and Augusta, Ga. A spokesman for the company said that the cuts, effective immediately, affect about 3 percent of the company’s 4,000 employees. “As has been the case with others in the industry,

June 4, 2009 - 5:36am

In a report titled Aircraft Maintenance, Repair And Overhaul (MRO): A Global Market Report, Global Industry Analysts provides a comprehensive review of the MRO industry and quantifies potential in key markets such as heavy airframe maintenance, modifications, component maintenance, engine overhaul and
line maintenance.

June 3, 2009 - 11:12am

For many years, J.A. Air Center was known solely for its maintenance and avionics services, which since 1975 have been housed at Dupage Airport in West Chicago, Ill.

 
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