Jet Support Services has launched an educational video series as part of a continuing education program offered in conjunction with the National Aircraft Finance Association. Targeting aircraft appraisers and the aircraft finance market, it examines critical maintenance issues for both engines and airframes and how they affect the valuation of business jets.
Jet Support Services has launched Embraer Phenom 100 and 300 airframe programs. The programs cover virtually every part, component, assembly and system of the airframe, including all parts and labor for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. The cost-per-flight-hour service is backed by 24/7 access to technical and client services teams worldwide.
The company has been providing engine coverage for Phenoms for several years.
Jet Aviation St. Louis has launched an iPad app that permits customers to design the interior and exterior of their jets. Now available to download free from iTunes on the App Store, the iDesignJets app from Jet Aviation St. Louis enables customers to choose the color, fabric, design themes and floor plans for the interiors of their jets, as well as designs and colors for the exterior.
Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI, Booth No. N5704), provider of hourly cost maintenance programs for the business aviation industry, announced its new airframe programs for the Eurocopter EC135 and EC145 series at Heli-Expo ’13.
“We are excited about providing the option for additional airframe coverage this year, just two years after providing engine coverage for the Eurocopters,” said Walter Given, 16-year JSSI veteran and helicopter program manager for the company.
Jet Support Services (JSSI) has been selected to conduct the annual Aircraft Education Seminar for business aircraft during the 42nd annual National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA) Conference, to be held April 24 through 26 in Miami. Lou Seno, JSSI chairman emeritus and a former NAFA president, is a senior aircraft appraiser with full ASA accreditation.
Asset Insight has released a new tool that it says will enable aircraft buyers, sellers and lenders to accurately assess the maintenance condition of an aircraft in order to assign a more accurate value to it. The Amissville, Va.-based company’s asset grading process is based on algorithms analyzing the current age, hours and cycles on major areas such as airframe, engines, paint and interior for virtually any aircraft flying today, as well as the cost to repair or replace those items.
Legacy Aviation Services emerged from the remains of Oklahoma City-based Downtown Airpark and builds on the specialties of the defunct company, offering sales and support for the Twin Commander family of aircraft.
Those seeking hangar build options may wish to visit ClearSpan Fabric Structures at Booth No. 2925. The Connecticut-based company’s Hercules Truss Arch Buildings offer high clearances without support posts, allowing aircraft to easily be maneuvered inside. The multi-purpose custom structures, which can be built up to 300 feet wide and any length, are constructed of triple galvanized structural steel tubing with a ripstop polyethylene cover that allows natural light to shine through.
Flying Colours of Peterborough, Ontario, has completed its fifth Global Express refurbishment and maintenance project in the past 12 months. The airplane has been delivered to its Malaysian owner.
The interior refurbishment restored all the interior soft woods and woodwork, and an upgrade of the entertainment system includes iPad holders and iPod docks. During the downtime, Flying Colours also performed numerous maintenance inspections and airframe and systems modifications.
Aviation information provider JetNet (Booth No. 1428) has launched a helicopter market summary report and is showcasing the new product here at Heli-Expo’09. The report includes “extensive data” on the number of airframes for sale within the industry, high and low average prices, average airframe and engine time, and average days on the market.
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