Baldwin Aviation said on October 15 that the newest version of its proprietary Savvy software for developers of safety management systems (SMS) is now fully operational. Savvy second generation allows users to create more customized documentation than version one. Don Baldwin, president and CEO, said, “The changes…allowed us to expand what we can include, such as service issue tracking, and offer greater cloud integration for increased security, performance and scalability at no added cost to the client.”
Bombardier Aerospace’s Dubai parts depot has moved to a new facility to enhance its aftermarket support for operators flying to Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). It allows greater inventory capacity and, as part of a continuing priority to improve competitiveness, and Bombardier says it has reduced prices on many rotable exchanges and a large number of proprietary and non-proprietary new parts.
For years, the moving-map display was little more than a page from Mrs. Grundy’s third-grade geography book, with a moving generic aircraft icon keeping track of progress. No more.