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.
Cessna has named Air Services an authorized independent non-destructive testing (NDT) facility for the second year in a row. “With this certification, Air Services has access to all equipment and materials needed to perform NDT inspections and testing on all Cessna Citation models. Our NDT team can travel anywhere to support customer testing needs,” said Shawn Ehrhart, NDT manager of Air Services.
Legacy product support specialist Ontic (Hall 1 stand B13) is here at Farnborough 2014 announcing new “extended life solution” contracts, a local stamp of approval for its Singapore maintenance facility and “incredible growth” over the past 12 months, when total annual sales exceeded $30 million.
GA Telesis has received the “Good to Great” award from the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. The regional award program honors companies based in South Florida that embody ideas from Jim Collins’s bestselling business book Good to Great. The Good to Great Award highlights companies that have shown exceptional growth and development over a four-year period.
GA Telesis received the award for its double-digit growth and global expansion initiatives over the last few years, including the establishment of both GA Telesis Engine Services and GA Innovation China.
Global Aerospace is again teaming with Calspan to offer subsidized upset recovery training for its insurance clients. This time, the Calspan Advanced Maneuvering & Upset Recovery Training (AM-URT) courses are scheduled for the weeks of September 8 and 15 in Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Rusada has signed an agreement with Aircraft Maintenance Services Australia for the implementation of the Envision MRO material modules across all of its line maintenance bases in Australia. The company’s Envision software is Camo-compliant, providing key management information and operational process control for operators, original equipment manufacturers, maintenance and repair organizations and service organizations.
Constant Aviation’s Las Vegas facility has been selected by Embraer as an authorized service center for the Legacy 600/650 and Phenom 100/300. Constant Aviation will support scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, avionics upgrades, structural repairs and interior refurbishments.
A new 30,000-sq-ft composite processing and repair center will be developed within StandardAero Components’ existing 250,000-sq-ft MRO facility in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is intended to meet the growing market demand for the development of new composite repairs for aircraft and ground-based engine hardware and aircraft structures.
Ontic has appointed Miami, Fla.-based Air Parts & Supply Company (Apsco) exclusive worldwide distributor for its line of Woodward governors/synchronizers/synchrophasers.
Raisbeck Engineering named Keith Anderson v-p of engineering; he will report directly to CEO and founder James Raisbeck. Anderson will be responsible for overseeing all engineering projects, certifications and FAA engineering interactions. In addition, he will maintain his role within product integration, product development and sustaining engineering. Before joining Raisbeck Engineering in 2012, Anderson was at Quest Aircraft, where he held various positions, including chief pilot, director of engineering and director of customer service.
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