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Rockwell Collins, Avionics Services in manufacturing deal
Avionics displays by Rockwell Collins are to be built in South America through a manufacturing agreement with Avionics Services of Brazil. Rockwell Collins said a memorandum of agreement for manufacture of the systems was signed recently at an international air show held in Chile.
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  FAA Approves AD Free Overhauls

C&D Associates announces FAA approval for relief from combustion heater Airworthiness Directives AD2004-21-05 (imposed on Janitrol B series) and AD81-09-09 (for South Wind/Stewart Warner.) A.D.’s no longer apply to units undergoing zero-time overhaul by C&D Associates Inc. As always C&D Associates Inc. heaters remain A.D. free.

What AAR Corp's results mean to the aviation sector
The Motley Fool
The aerospace industry is highly cyclical. It always has been and always will be, which is why you need to keep an eye out for any early warning signs of a downturn. Given that aviation services company AAR Corp recently reduced its full year guidance, are conditions are about to worsen for Boeing, and its aviation suppliers?
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Atlantic Aero earns FAA Diamond for maintenance training
Recognizing Atlantic Aero's commitment to safety, the Federal Aviation Administration recently honored the Greensboro, N.C., facility with its 2013 Diamond Award of Excellence, the agency's highest honor for aviation maintenance training. Atlantic Aero, a Greenwich AeroGroup company, received the FAA corporate award because 100 percent of its 67 aviation maintenance technicians underwent specialized aircraft training during 2013 and earned individual awards as a result.
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  Now Hiring Mobile Repair Team Technicians!

West Star Aviation is adding talented Aircraft Technicians to our Mobile Repair Teams, which are primarily located out of Colorado, Illinois and South Carolina. If you possess exceptional technical knowledge on a variety of corporate aircraft, enjoy traveling and working in various locations, then submit your resume today!

easyJet celebrates its historic deal with Airbus
easyJet, the U.K.'s largest and France's second largest airline, has commemorated the deal it agreed last June with Airbus for 135 Airbus A320 aircraft in Paris recently, with an official signing ceremony. Attending the ceremony were Carolyn McCall, Chief Executive of easyJet, Frédéric Cuvillier, Minister of Transport, Hunting and Fishing and Fabrice Brégier, CEO and president of Airbus.
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Aircraft repair centers might get incentives soon
Business Standard
In what might offer reprieve to the maintenance, repair and overhaul aviation industry in India, the government is soon likely to put up a draft policy for public consultation, offering fiscal incentives to the heavily taxed sector. To finalize the draft, a meeting of all stakeholders was held in the ministry of civil aviation March 21.
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Job openings sky-high in avionics
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
David Brennen of Cranberry spent 10 years in the Air Force servicing F-15 fighter jets and seeing the world. He was trained to maintain the avionics — short for aviation electronics — on the twin-engine, all-weather tactical aircraft, which has a heads-up display, advanced radar and an inertial guidance system.
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In depth look: Aircraft production in the former Soviet Union
In the Western world, when it comes to aircraft production, it is pretty much common that the aircraft designer is also the manufacturer of said aircraft. For example, in the United States, Boeing, Lockheed and McDonnell Douglas were the three big manufacturers of civil aircraft through the 1990s. All three of these companies employed many thousands of engineers designing every part of each aircraft family, and then would hand the design over to many thousand more factory workers who would build the aircraft at vast company-owned factories. In the former Soviet Union, things worked a little differently.
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