Dallas Airmotive plans to expand its support services in the Northeastern United States. A new regional field service representative and a mobile response vehicle capable of on-site inspections, repair work and carbon seal replacements will be added to the Westchester County Airport in White Plains, New York.
TEMPE, Ariz. – StandardAero has launched dedicated Mobile Repair Teams (MRT) that will conduct on-wing hot section inspections (HSIs) and repairs for the Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) PW610 and PW615 series engine.
DALLAS — RBR Maintenance now has a Mobile Maintenance Service Team that can respond to aircraft owners throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and New Mexico. The Mobile Maintenance Service Team offers technical support on-site and can be dispatched 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
BUFFALO, Minn. — D’Shannon Aviation recently launched an engine department in Mooresville, N.C., that is designed to service all Continental direct drive engines, restoring them to standards that meet or exceed “factory new” specs.
TALKEETNA, Alaska — Above Alaska Aviation has been named Poly-Fiber’s first-ever factory-approved installation center.
After years of phone calls to the Poly-Fiber factory from aircraft owners requesting recommendations for a quality facility to have their aircraft recovered, Jon Goldenbaum, president of Consolidated Aircraft Coatings, has decided to create a network of factory-approved installation centers across the country.
SHREVEPORT, La. — Metro Aviation is already expanding its 12,000-square-foot training center, which was just completed in February, to allow for more expansive training capabilities. Metro is nearly doubling the space of its facility, according to officials.
Air Orlando Sales and Air Orlando Maintenance have moved to one central location at Orlando Executive Airport (KORL).
The FAA has accepted JDA’s Aviation Industry Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUPs) Training Course as an approved Inspection Authorization (IA) refresher training program.