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September 10, 2014, 11:40 AM

GA Telesis has signed a long-term agreement with Boeing to sell aircraft and engine material through the Boeing Part Page. GA Telesis is providing overhauled, repaired and new surplus material through a new section of the Boeing Part Page called Part Page Marketplace.

September 10, 2014, 11:35 AM

Jet Aviation Basel recently signed an amendment to its Bombardier authorized service center agreement to include the Challenger 350, allowing the MRO to perform line maintenance on the aircraft.

“We are delighted to extend our maintenance support and expertise to owners and operators of the Challenger 350,” said David Ricklin, director of Bombardier maintenance at Jet Aviation Basel. “We maintain a strong working relationship with Bombardier to ensure we are skilled in its technologies, which this approval recognizes.”

September 10, 2014, 11:30 AM

At the third Latin American Aviation Supply & Services (LAASS), held Sunday in São Paulo, Brazil, heavy hitters in the local aviation community heard that new business aviation hangar and maintenance facilities are coming.

September 10, 2014, 11:25 AM

Maine-based MRO provider C&L Aerospace recently opened a new aircraft paint shop. The $3 million facility, a conversion of a 17,000-sq-ft hangar at Bangor International Airport, can accommodate an Lineage 1000, or it can be partitioned to hold a pair of aircraft the size of a Global simultaneously. The five-month, $6 million project refurbished two hangars and mated them with a newly built structure for an overall 120,000 sq ft of maintenance space capable of handling up to six jobs at once depending on the size of aircraft.

September 10, 2014, 11:21 AM

Airbus is to open a new subsidiary in Thailand that will produce flight operations data for use by its airline customers worldwide.

September 10, 2014, 11:20 AM

Singapore Technologies Aerospace, through wholly owned subsidiary ST Aerospace Engines, will be injecting a pro rata share of $20.8 million as additional capital into its Xiamen-based engine MRO joint-venture company, ST Aerospace Technologies (Statco). The planned capital injection is subject to regulatory approvals by the Chinese authorities. Upon transfer of the funds, STA Engines’ total share capital contribution in Statco will stand at $41.6 million. Statco provides MRO and support services for the CFM56-7B engines that power the Boeing 737.

September 10, 2014, 11:15 AM

Springdale, Ark.-based AirResource Group received its FAA Repair Station certificate for maintenance, preventive maintenance, inspection and alteration of aircraft and associated products. AirResource Group was formed in 2007 by Carl Finch and Cheri McKelvey, who have more than 50 years of combined experience offering aircraft brokerage, acquisition and management services.

September 10, 2014, 11:10 AM

Spirit Aeronautics of Columbus, Ohio, has named Bill Highfill director of maintenance. He will be responsible for aircraft maintenance, avionics and interior refurbishment operations. Highfill has 17 years of experience at Gulfstream Aerospace, Indianapolis Jet Center (now Comlux Aviation Services) and Arinc. Previous senior positions include director of maintenance, general manager and senior operations manager. Highfill graduated from Embry-Riddle University, where he studied business aviation maintenance management and aviation maintenance technology.

September 10, 2014, 11:05 AM

Advent Aerospace of Rye, N.H., has named Harvey Ticlo senior vice president for corporate strategy, business development and integration. Ticlo was formerly president of the company’s Cabin Innovations division, located in Lewisville, Texas. Steve Jourdenais was named senior vice president for the Interiors Group, consisting of the Cabin Innovations and Jormac Aerospace divisions, and will be responsible for operations at both. Jourdenais was previously president of Jormac Aerospace, located in Largo, Fla.

September 10, 2014, 11:00 AM

The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness directive for all Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-114 and PT6A-114A turboprop engines. It requires initial and repetitive borescope inspection of compressor turbine blades (CT), and the removal from service of blades that fail inspection. This AD was prompted by several incidents of CT blade failure, causing power loss and engine failure. The purpose of the AD is to prevent failure of CT blades, which could result in damage to the engine and the airplane.

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