Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) and Blackhawk Modifications have launched a Progressive Maintenance Program (PMP) for skydive operators using PT6A-42A engines on Blackhawk Modifications’ XP42A Cessna Caravan conversion.
Cascade Aircraft Management, a center for custom Experimental and light aviation, is moving to Caldwell, Idaho.
Beechcraft Corp. has appointed Cutter Aviation in Phoenix and Flying Colours Corp. in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, as authorized service centers (ASCs) for the company’s King Air, Baron and Bonanza aircraft.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. — A contingent from the University of North Dakota (UND) Aerospace Foundation will travel to Southern California to donate $25,000 to the Los Angeles Unified School District’s struggling aircraft mechanics school at an event Saturday, June 29 at 7:30 p.m. at Van Nuys Airport (VNY).
West Star Aviation recently launched a new version of its “Experience on Call” app.
UVALDE, Texas – June 2013 – Sierra Industries is celebrating its 30th year in business with the release of its 2013-14 product and services catalog.
GREENVILLE, SC. — On Wednesday, June 19, a FedEx Express aircraft will be permanently grounded at a new home at USAeroTech Institute in Greenville, S.C., where it will serve the training needs of aviation students.
By BILL WALKER
The surest sign of winter in New Smyrna Beach, Fla., is the appearance of some unusually big birds migrating south. These birds, the Collings Foundation B-17G and B-24J, fly in every year for their annual maintenance appointment.
On a sunny Saturday this past November, the public got its yearly opportunity for an up-close view of the bombers and also the Collings TP-51C Mustang at American Aero Services, based at New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport (EVB).
The snow has melted in the northern parts of the country and previously dormant hangar doors are starting to open. Flying season is here! But before you jump back into the air, it’s wise to take some time to prepare your airplane for the busy flying season, according to A&P Jeff Simon on a blog post at AOPA.org. He says it pays to do a thorough cleaning, inspection, and preventive maintenance as an introduction to the flying season. Check out all his tips here.