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Jet Aviation Teterboro obtains FAA maintenance approval for Gulfstream G650 aircraft
AviationPros.com
Jet Aviation Teterboro received approval from the Federal Aviation Authority to perform base and line maintenance on Gulfstream G650 aircraft. Jet Aviation's Teterboro repair station is now authorized by the FAA to provide base, line, repair and overhaul maintenance support to Gulfstream G650 aircraft. This authorization also extends to Jet Aviation's Cayman AMO, Bermuda AMO and EASA repair station authorities.
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Monarch Aircraft Engineering provides GCAA CAR 21 design support
AviationPros.com
Monarch Aircraft Engineering, the award-winning independent aircraft maintenance provider and a division of The Monarch Group, has successfully carried out a General Civil Aviation Authority CAR 21 Design approval repair scheme for cabin interior products.
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Cessna CEO: Skycatcher has 'no future'
By Adam Hunt
I don't think this will surprise anyone: Cessna 162 production is about to be ended. Recently, at the National Business Aviation Association convention, Cessna CEO Scott Ernest stated that the Skycatcher had "no future." While the design of the Cessna 162 did have some pluses — like the control stick, fit and finish and the doors — there were many problems with the design. In the final assessment, it looks like even the famous Cessna name wasn't enough to overcome the shortcomings of this design and its price. The market has decided its fate.
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AJW Aviation sponsors maintenance management degree
AIN Online
Aircraft spares support specialist AJW Aviation is offering the AJW Bursary to talented applicants from the worldwide aviation industry. The MSc. Aircraft Maintenance Management degree course from City University, London, improves knowledge of the complex disciplines required to enable full understanding of the various technical, operational and financial pressures affecting flight operations.
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Sunaero offers fast fuel leak repair
AIN Online
Lyon, France-based fuel-leak repair specialist Sunaero (also known as Aerowing in the U.S.) is offering its services to the helicopter industry, pledging significant time savings over conventional detection and repair methods.
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London Stansted suffers delays as jet damages landing aid in fog
Bloomberg Businessweek
Passengers flying out of London's Stansted Airport face delays and cancellations after an incoming aircraft struck a transmitter at the low-cost airline hub. The General Dynamics Corp. Gulfstream G550 business jet damaged the airport's instrument landing system, which combined with foggy weather led arrivals to be diverted.
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Engine key to crash investigation
The West Australian
Investigators will wear protective suits when looking into what caused the crash of the homebuilt Glasair III plane that left two men badly burnt. Pilots Tony White and Ralph Lerch were in a critical but stable condition at Royal Perth Hospital recently after their plane burst into flames while attempting an emergency landing after the engine failed.
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