AAR has opened a new 12,500-sq-ft Aircraft Wheel and Brake Services facility extension to its existing Landing Gear Services operation in Miami. The company has been in the Miami area since 1987 offering commercial, military and regional aviation customers’ repair, rebuilding and inspection services.
AAR has expanded its Miami aircraft wheel and brake services facility. The new 12,500-sq-ft facility is an extension of AAR Landing Gear Services, which has operated in the greater Miami area since 1987. AAR Wheel and Brake Services offers commercial, military and regional aviation customers’ aircraft wheel and brake services, including repair, rebuilding and inspection for all major aircraft types.
As part of its €1.6 billion ($2.2 billion) Clean Sky joint technology initiative, Europe is undertaking a number of projects toward the development of more-electric helicopters.
A call for proposal released for Europe’s main aerospace research project, the €1.6 billion ($2.2 billion) Clean Sky joint technology initiative, has highlighted a strong focus on electric systems for helicopters.
For the third time this year, an Embraer Phenom 100 suffered a dual tire blowout upon landing after a reported failure in the brake-by-wire system. The most recent incident occurred on September 25 in Arizona as the light twinjet landed at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
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.
The FAA issued a special airworthiness information bulletin (SAIB NM-09-18) last month warning operators of aircraft equipped with carbon disc brakes that absorbed moisture in the carbon discs can freeze and lock wheels. The SAIB resulted from an incident involving a Bombardier Global Express that flew from Van Nuys, Calif., to London Luton Airport.
The FAA has issued a revision of Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin NM-08-27 to warn operators of transport-category aircraft that organic salt runway de-icer fluids could cause “possible brake failure during high-speed aborted takeoff or dragged brake during normal takeoff (and subsequent overheat, once airborne).” The revised SAIB, NM-08-27R1, notifies operators that organic salt runway
The FAA has issued a revision of Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin NM-08-27 to more accurately reflect information developed by the SAE G-12F catalytic oxidation of carbon brakes working group.
The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has issued four safety recommendations in response to an incident in which a burst tire on a Bombardier Global Express caused “extensive damage” to the flight control system.