US Aviation sponsors forum


US Aviation in Denton, Texas, will present a forum June 7 at Aero Country near McKinney, giving pilots a hands-on experience with the latest technology and products related to aviation. They also offer tips on resolving avionics and maintenance issues.

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UVair FBO network takes off

The UVair FBO Network, an alliance between EPIC Aviation and the UVair Fuel Program, has revealed its first five member FBOs: Edwards Jet Center in Billings, Mont. (BIL) ; Stevens Aviation in Greer, S.C. (GSP); Ambassador Aviation in Dallas (RBD); Bizjet International in Tulsa, Okla. (TUL); and Million Air Vancouver in Richmond, BC (CYVR).

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New leadership for NATA


At its recent annual membership meeting, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced the selection of James Sweeney, president of Fargo Jet Center, as chairman of the NATA Board of Directors and Marian H. Epps, chief financial officer of Epps Aviation, as treasurer effective immediately. Sweeney replaces Todd Duncan, chairman, Duncan Aviation, and Epps replaces Robert “Buddy” Stallings, president, Eastern Aviation Fuels, Inc.

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Flightstar buys Bloomington Avionics

The Flightstar Corp. of Savoy, Ill., recently purchased the assets of Bloomington Avionics Inc. of Bloomington, Ill. The staff at Bloomington Avionics, as well as its complete line of services, will now operate from Flightstar’s FBO facility at Champaign-Urbana’s University of Illinois-Willard Airport (CMI).

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Landmark opens new facility at AVL

Landmark Aviation recently celebrated the opening of its new terminal at Asheville Regional Airport (AVL) in North Carolina.

The $4.6 million project includes a new 5,000-square-foot terminal with a conference room, pilot’s lounge, and a flight planning area, as well as a new 23,000-square-foot hangar.

This addition brings Landmark’s network to 41 FBOs, including locations in the U.S., Canada and Western Europe.

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Aircraft & Turbine Support expands at TUL


Aircraft and Turbine Support Inc. at Tulsa International Airport (TUL) in Oklahoma has completed the bulk of a multi-million-dollar expansion project.

tulNew additions and updates include a remodeled terminal, a Corporate Aviation Complex for rentable executive office space, and a 22,000-square-foot storage hangar. The terminal offers visitors a coffee bar, conference rooms, and a training room. Pilots can enjoy a viewing theater, pool table and computers, in addition to a crew area that provides recliners in a heavily insulated and dark snooze room.

Aircraft and Turbine Support specializes in “away from base” maintenance for Challenger, Falcon, Lear, Hawker and Westwind aircraft. Capabilities include overhauls on GE CJ610 and CF700 engines.

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