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Boeing freezes hiring as stocks plunge

Boeing stocks have reportedly dropped to a 46-year low, as airline travel restrictions and new reports of company malfeasance further limit buyer confidence and challenge the company’s ability to withstand vulnerable market forces. Boeing shares dropped 18% on March...

source: By Michelle R. Matisons
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If you are a pilot or have worked around airplanes, you might be familiar with an A&P Mechanic. This is an individual who holds an airframe and/or powerplant (A&P) certificate which is issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). These technicians inspect aircraft...

source: Contractor

Aithre has introduced the Altus AVI8 smart oxygen valve, with the company’s new Smart Pulse technology. What makes the system smart is integration with the Aithre Connect app with in-app control of pulse state and dynamic pulse duration based on respiration rate,...

source: General Aviation News

The French Ministry for the Armed Forces has extended by seven years an operational support contract with Daher for the military's Daher TBM 700 turboprop singles. The contract covers a fleet of 26 TBM aircraft: 23 TBM 700As and three 700Bs based in mainland France for military...

source: AINonline

Jet Aviation has expanded its support of Gulfstream aircraft in Europe at its Vienna, Austria, and Geneva, Switzerland operations, the Geneva-based sister company to Savannah, Georgia-based Gulfstream Aerospace announced this week. At Vienna, Jet Aviation has received approval...

source: AINOnline

SKYCHARGE has become the world's first OEM-independent electric plane charger to be approved by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The news comes after Pipistrel's Velis Electro aircraft received the first type certificate for an electric plane from EASA...

source: General Aviation News

The FAA's July announcement that it has issued supplemental type certificates (STCs) for the use of a new high-octane unleaded fuel was a milestone in general aviation's move away from leaded fuels. However, the announcement also left many unanswered questions.

source: General Aviation News


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