Associated Air Center, a completions center for transport-category executive aircraft, has transitioned its designated alteration station (DAS) to organization designation authorization (ODA) at its Dallas location.
AINmxReports » January 13, 2010
Piper Aircraft has entered into a global distribution agreement with Aviall Services. Aviall is an after-market supply chain management service for the aerospace, defense and marine industries. The Dallas-based company lists two million catalog items available through 39 customer service centers in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
After building a parts and rotables inventory worth more than $25 million, Constant Aviation is now making it available to the corporate aviation community. “Under our new Constant Aviation Rotable Exchange (Care) program we have increased our inventory to cover 4,000 line items, including expendable parts and particularly rotable exchanges.
Odom Aircraft Parts of Salt Springs, Fla., has been acquired by Southwind Aviation, an aftermarket service and support provider for aerospace accessories and structural components. The terms of the deal were not released. Donna Odom, the company’s president, will continue with Southwind Aviation in a senior customer support role. The company was founded in 1954 by her late husband, Glen Odom.
When it acquired Czech-based Walter Engines in 2008, General Electric signaled to the industry that it was significantly boosting its commitment to the turboprop community. Renamed GE Aviation Czech, the company moved into a 135,000-sq-ft facility in Prague that includes CNC machining centers, EDM and NDT capability and a new surface-treatment plant.