Twin Commander-specific training for maintenance technicians now is available in a factory-authorized course.
BRAINERD, Minn. — Wipaire has launched a new program designed to develop and retain talented young airframe and powerplant mechanics.
The Gateway to Success program is comprised of several checkpoints for aspiring maintenance technicians.
ARLINGTON, Wash. — Bosch Aviation, a new aircraft maintenance and parts business has recently opened its hangar doors at the Arlington Airport (KAWO).
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Trine Aerospace & Defense has earned FAA Part 145 approval as a certified repair station. Based at the Colorado Springs (KCOS) airport, Trine Aerospace & Defense offers engineering, manufacturing, and aircraft modification on general aviation, commercial, and special mission aircraft. It also specializes in avionics and installation repair.
West Star Aviation is nearing completion of its new 47,000-square-foot maintenance facility at its East Alton, Ill. (ALN) location.
In addition to the new maintenance facility, the multimillion dollar expansion includes a 14,000-square-foot wood shop and 6,000-square-foot accessory repair shop, bringing the East Alton facilities from 250,000 to 317,300 square feet with approximately 300 employees.
VIENNA, OH — Winner Aviation, located at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, expanded its maintenance operations into a hangar it acquired in 2011.
YUKON, Okla. — Legacy Aviation now offers maintenance, modification and repair capabilities to the King Air line of aircraft.
The decision to invest in personnel, airframe and powerplant authorizations, as well as the recent expansion of available hangar space, was made in part because of the large number of King Air aircraft based near Legacy’s Yukon facility, according to company officials.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Fly Mechanic recently launched its online database of qualified repair stations, mechanics and similar services that pilots and aircraft owners can use to find the specific services they require.
DALLAS – Dallas Airmotive, a BBA Aviation company providing global MRO service and support for business aircraft turbine engines, has announced plans to begin a phased transition out of one of its three repair and overhaul locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The move will allow the company to consolidate portions of its turbine engine repair and overhaul (ERO) activities and build a state-of-the-art test facility in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.