“Lindbergh flew off our ramp right out front,” John Rahilly, vice president of sales and marketing for Dassault Aircraft Services (DAS) Wilmington, Del., told AIN. “This used to be the Atlantic Aviation facility; it was here for some 75 years. We acquired it because our customers wanted a Dassault service center in the northeast part of the U.S.”
Maintenance, repair and operations
When philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche penned “What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger” in the late 19th century, it’s safe to say he didn’t have JetCorp in mind. But the statement certainly applies to the MRO company. Born of thoughtful planning and execution, the company fell victim to an unpredictable, devastating circumstance and emerged even stronger.
Arinc Direct Aircraft Services has expanded its FAA Part 145 certification to perform full-service aircraft maintenance at its repair station in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Gulfstream Aerospace announced its G200 MSG-3 scheduled maintenance program has received approvals from the FAA and the Civil Aviation Administration of Israel.
“Just as maintenance technicians must keep up with constant changes in aircraft systems, current and aspiring managers must stay up-to-date on the skills needed to effectively direct their department and to provide the ultimate in customer service,” said Doug Bowen, director of worldwide maintenance training sales at FlightSafety International.
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