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OSHA safety regulations demand hazmat training
AIN Online
Thousands of flight department employees, such as aircraft maintenance technicians, will be required by Dec. 1 to take U.S. government-mandated hazardous material training to help them identify and protect themselves against potentially hazardous materials and situations.
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Experimental avionics maker Dynon buys Advanced Flight Systems
Aircrat Owners and Pilots Association
Experimental and light sport aircraft avionics powerhouse Dynon Avionics announced recently it has purchased Advanced Flight Systems. The deal will further solidify Dynon as the leader in the noncertified market, while giving stability and cost relief to Advanced Flight Systems.
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Boeing program automates aircraft maintenance tasks
RFID Journal
Commercial airplanes must undergo a number of daily, weekly and monthly maintenance checks to ensure they're flight-ready. These manual checks include inspection of life vests, oxygen generators and other loose emergency equipment in an aircraft's cabin — a process that is labor-intensive and costly.
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Constant Aviation in line for state tax credit for big expansion
Crain's Cleveland Business
Constant Aviation LLC, a Cleveland company that repairs and maintains jets, is in line to receive a state tax credit for a big expansion project. The company "expects to create 300 full-time positions, generating $13.8 million in additional annual payroll and retaining $8.7 million in existing payroll as a result of (an) expansion project in the city of Cleveland," according to a news release from Gov. John Kasich's office.
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Aviation student receives top award for maintenance tech skills
Western Michigan University News
A Western Michigan University student was honored recently for his aviation maintenance technology skills, winning top honors at the national 2013 SkillsUSA Championship. Andrew Kincaid, of Battle Creek, Mich., was one of six participants from around the nation recognized for this skill set — and one of only two in this category who took home top Gold honors — during the weeklong event in Kansas City, Mo. This is the first year a WMU student entered the competition.
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Future mechanics welcome a donated 727
HeraldNet
Future airplane mechanics at Everett Community College in Washington state shouted their welcome at Paine Field recently as pilots from FedEx Express landed a Boeing 727, which the cargo carrier is donating to the school's aviation program.
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