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Air Works India wins aircraft maintenance contract from Dana Executive Jets
The Times of India
Dana Executive Jets, a private jet charter and aircraft management company wholly owned by the Government of Ras Al Khaimah, UAE has appointed Air Works India Engineering Pvt Ltd. to provide maintenance support for line and base maintenance for its aircraft. Air Works India, the country's leading third party MRO operator, will service Dana Executive Jets' Hawker 800XP, Bombardier Challenger 604 and Gulfstream V aircraft.
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AEA unveils 2013 Year-end Avionics Market Report
AviationPros.com
On Thursday, March 13, the Aircraft Electronics Association announced its 2013 year-end Avionics Market Report during the opening general session of the 57th annual AEA International Convention & Trade Show at the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn.
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Hangar expands United's maintenance capability for widebody aircraft by 33 percent at Newark Airport
Travel Daily News
Just weeks after opening its new Global Services reception lobby at Newark Liberty International Airport, United Airlines unveiled its latest investment in the New York area's largest hub airport — a new widebody aircraft maintenance hangar. United invested $35 million to construct the facility, which will help support the airline's widebody aircraft, including the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A350-XWB, which United will begin flying in 2018.
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Grissom runway set to close for repair work
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The more than two-mile-long runway at northern Indiana's Grissom Air Reserve Base is going to be shut down for repair work for several weeks this spring and summer. That will mean the shifting of the military refueling aircraft based at Grissom to other Air Force sites and a hit on business at its civilian aviation companies, the Kokomo Tribune reported.
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NextGen, obsolescence driving avionics refurbs
Aviation Week
As the global trend toward next-generation air traffic management systems evolves, and parts obsolescence issues increase, airlines operating aging fleets are considering upgrading cockpits with modern avionics as replacements for legacy electro-mechanical and electronic flight instrumentation systems.
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US ponders drug testing in foreign aircraft shops
Sioux City Journal
Aviation regulators say they're considering rules that would require alcohol and drug testing for people who work on U.S. airline planes in foreign maintenance and repair shops. The Federal Aviation Administration said recently that it is seeking public comments. The agency wants to know which countries allow random drug testing and which ban it, and which drugs are most abused in other countries.
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Plane technology helps track missing aircraft
USA Today
Planes typically relay maintenance information in flight to their manufacturers or airlines. This data can also help track a lost plane like Air France Flight 447, which crashed in the Atlantic in 2009. But as authorities from 12 countries continue searching for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, government and airline officials deny a recent Wall Street Journal report that the plane, fueled for a five-hour flight to Beijing, actually flew for hours after last contact, based on automated signals from the plane.
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