Eclipse Aerospace, Inc. (EAI) has expanded its international service center network for Eclipse 500 and Eclipse 550 twin-engine jets (pictured), adding General Enterprises as its second European Gold Service Center. General Enterprises will provide maintenance, inspections, parts and warranty support, as well as AOG services for Eclipse aircraft.
Eclipse Aerospace reports that all 2014 Eclipse 500 PLUS upgrade positions have been sold.
Since the program commenced March 12, more than 60 Eclipse Jet owners have selected the Eclipse 500 PLUS upgrade for their aircraft, company officials said.
Eclipse Aerospace has partnered with Jeppesen to offer a web-based delivery system for E-Chart and navigation subscription data updates.
LAS VEGAS — Lexavia Integrated Systems’ latest enhanced vision systems sensor, the LFS6000, is now available for the Eclipse 550 twin-engine jet. This advanced technology sensor is showcased on the first production Eclipse 550, which made its debut this week at the National Business Aviation Association convention.
The FAA has approved the extension of the service life of the Eclipse 500 and 550 aircraft to 20,000 hours/20,000 cycles with unlimited calendar life.
Eclipse Aerospace has celebrated a major production milestone — the first power up of the new production Eclipse 550 Twin-Engine Jet.
OurPlane, a London, Ontario-based fractional aircraft provider, has made a bid to buy the 28 Eclipse 500s formerly operated by DayJet according to Aviation International News. Read the complete story from AIN.