Will Join With Helispares And Freedom Aero Service To Provide International Support
The president and Director of Maintenance for CanWest Component Services says the the Canadian-based Transport Canada (TC) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)-approved maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company has entered into a multi-party Joint Venture with a goal of increasing CanWest's ability to service its international operator base.
Continues To Fast Track Its Component Repair And Overhaul Capabilities
Component repair services provider AJW Technique has been awarded EASA Part-145 Approved Maintenance Organisation status. This follows the Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) approval, recognized by the FAA, which was granted last month.
Will Give Practical AME Experience To Aviation Australia's Trainees
Aviation Australia and Hawker Pacific have signed an agreement to formalize their previous Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a specialized training program in Cairns. The program is intended to provide advanced practical expertise to Aviation Maintenance Engineering (AME) students graduating from the Aviation Australia’s International Training Diploma program.
Developing Level-D FFSs For S-70, S-76, And S-92 Models
Sikorsky Aircraft and FlightSafety International have jointly announced the development of eight Level-D full flight simulators for Sikorsky’s S-92, S-76 and S-70i helicopter platforms. Currently in production, the simulators will expand access to OEM approved comprehensive aircraft training to Sikorsky customers in the USA, Brazil, Norway and South East Asia.
Problems Have Been Noted With Horizontal Stab De-Icing Equipment
The FAA has issued a Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB) after learning of a problem with the horizontal stabilizer de-icing system on some Hawker 400 aircraft. The FAA says it received notification of a field report of a horizontal stabilizer de-ice system equipped with a MOSFET contactor.