Did you realize the sky is on the verge of opening up a big new world for both small and large businesses? Without a doubt, drones are a big topic of today's tech talk. And with the talk comes innovation — innovation that could...
Maintenance professionals tell us that regulatory burden is the biggest, most consistent threat to repair station profitability. Poorly crafted rules, inconsistent enforcement and government policies that don't align with business realities make compliance certainty problematic.
On Sept. 13, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (H.R. 5587). The bill, which would reauthorize federal investment in technical education programs, passed 405-5. The vote came...
ARSA's Strategic Leadership Conference provides industry leaders from around the world an informal setting to discuss important issues facing aviation maintenance. A few spots remain for the 2016 SLC, hosted in Montreal at the headquarters of the International Air Transport...
Aviation maintenance technicians maintain, service, repair and overhaul airframes, powerplants, avionics and aircraft instruments. Boeing projects 600,000 AMTs will be needed by the airline industry alone over the next two decades.
The fifth annual International Girls in Aviation Day is set for Sept. 24, targeting teen girls to encourage them to pursue careers in aviation. Created by Women in Aviation International (WAI), the event connects women who are already working...
Lufthansa Technik has been selected by an undisclosed customer to perform comprehensive cabin engineering services as well as initial parts provisioning for the entry into service on a Boeing BBJ 787-8.
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