Banyan recently celebrated its 10th annual AMT Day. This annual event pays tribute to Charles E. Taylor, the first aircraft maintenance technician (AMT), who built Orville and Wilbur Wright’s engine.
It is also a day that Banyan uses to honor its aircraft maintenance technicians, avionics technicians and parts team. [Read more…]
A new website, OverhaulBids.com, has launched to help aircraft owners save time — and money — when it’s time for an overhaul.
Likened to an Angie’s List of engine shops — but with prices included — owners can search the site for information on engine shops, pricing and reviews for engine overhauls and inspections. And it’s free to use. [Read more…]
Duncan Aviation’s Battle Creek, Mich., avionics team recently rolled out an off-site avionics service that allows aircraft owners in the Chicago area to schedule avionics line service in their hangars and at their airports instead of at one of Duncan Aviation’s maintenance facilities.
Duncan Aviation also staffs an engine Rapid Response Team (RRT) in the Chicago area. Duncan Aviation engine service offices support AOG engine emergencies and scheduled engine maintenance at its facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Battle Creek, with RRTs supporting owners in the field.
Another fifty hours, another oil change. You know you have to do it. You know it’s a normal expense of operating your aircraft, but do you truly know why you do it? Anthony Arispe, the staff A&P at The HD Pilot, spells it all out in his new blog post.