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Report shows aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul slowly on the rebound
AvStop.com
Falling capacity among major airlines and a decline in the total number of active aircraft have resulted in less demand for aircraft services; in the coming years, however, airlines will expand their fleets and ultimately require greater industry services.
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NTSB issues new safety alerts
AINOnline
General aviation accidents continue to occur for many of the same reasons. The National Transportation Safety Board issued five specific recommendations aimed at pinpointing the most common hazards, while offering potential remedies.
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Aircraft-maintenance gathering at CGCC addresses safety
The Arizona Republic
Many employers value highly-skilled individuals who have an eye for quality and safety. Ricardo Martinez worked for several years in different environments before putting all these skills together as an airframe and power-plant technician. Martinez is a 2005 graduate of Chandler-Gilbert Community College's aviation-maintenance program and works at Boeing in Mesa, Ariz.
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Boeing to consolidate flight training facilities in North America
Avionics Intelligence
Boeing recently announced it is consolidating flight training capabilities in North America — including 787 flight and maintenance training — at the Boeing Flight Services training campus in Miami. The consolidation is part of a larger commercial airplanes focus on customer commitments, stepping up efforts to meet market demand for Boeing products, services and support as airplane delivery rates increase.
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Premier Aviation expands maintenance capabilities for large regional aircraft
Flightglobal
Premier Aviation has been strengthening its large regional jet maintenance capabilities for Bombardier and Embraer aircraft and intends to add the Bombardier Q400 to the list of aircraft on its heavy maintenance capability list, says Ronnie DiBartolo, president and chief executive of the maintenance, repair and overhaul firm.
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Could Wright brothers, North Carolina lose 'first in flight' stature?
TheSpectrum.com
A newly-discovered photo is fueling a controversial theory that a German immigrant in Connecticut was really "first in flight" — not the Wright brothers. An amateur historian found a photo in Germany that some say shows the real first plane flight, by one Gustave Whitehead.
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733rd Air Mobility Squadron aircraft maintenance — not typical maintenance unit
Avionics Intelligence
The U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command issued the following press release: Across the Air Force, maintainers are working long days in every climate to ensure the Air Force is combat ready and able to defend the nation's interests. Within the 733rd Air Mobility Squadron "Pacesetters," the maintenance flight does this every day, supporting Air Mobility Command's C-5, C-17, KC-10 and commercial contracted missions, sustaining U.S. military forces stationed in Okinawa and beyond.
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