D.O.M. News

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On December 14, 2010, the FAA issued STC ST03901AT to the Banyan Avionics team based at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE) for the Thrane and Thrane AVIATOR 200 Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) system for the Cessna 500, 550, S550, 552, 560, and 560XL  aircraft.
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Spirit Avionics Ltd. has successfully completed the prototype aircraft’s upgrades for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Program management, cngineering and Certification services were provided by Spirit Avionics Ltd. The technical services for this program were performed in unison by Spirit Avionics, Lane Aviation and Tritex Air. Now that the prototype’s design has been approved by the FAA program team, Spirit Avionics and their subcontracting team will begin the process of upgrading the remaining 17 King Air B300 aircraft over the next 4 years.
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Cessna Aircraft Company is adding three new maintenance trucks to its international ground-based Mobile Service Unit (MSU) fleet serving Citations across North America and Europe. The latest mobile additions to the Citation Service Center support network became active in December. They are positioned in Colorado and Indiana in the United States and in Lyon, France. These MSUs will be joined soon by more MSUs in North America, including five in the United States and one in Canada, and another unit in Europe.
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Duncan Aviation recently integrated an iPad application for wireless control of the cabin systems in a Falcon 900. This installation utilizes an iPad app, an Aircell CTR Wi-Fi source and an interface unit to communicate instructions to the Honeywell MH cabin management system.  This fully customized iPad cabin control interface does not impact any existing functionality or tie up system resources.
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Greenwich AeroGroup announces that Western Aircraft has been granted the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) award, for its exemplary safety and training program. OSHA’s SHARP Program recognizes employers with less than 250 employees who operate excellent safety and health management systems.  It is one of the highest awards OSHA can give to a small company.
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Continuum Applied Technology announces an agreement with Tunica Air Group to implement CORRIDOR Aviation Service Software in their Mississippi and Tennessee facilities. CORRIDOR is an enterprise software application designed specifically for aviation service providers, managing all aspects of the complex maintenance process. Tunica Air Group is comprised of FAA Certified 145 Repair Stations specializing in aircraft maintenance and fleet management.
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Universal Avionics and Greenwich AeroGroup’s Western Aircraft have partnered to develop a technologically advanced cockpit for the Dassault Falcon 900B.
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Shadin Avionics announces that the first two products of the new AIS-450 Digital/Synchro Data Converter Platform will be available for sale in first quarter of 2011.  These products will function individually as a single channel ARINC 429 to synchro heading and a three channel ARINC 429 to synchro heading, pitch, and roll and both products will hold TSO authorization. 
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Plane Power Partners, Ltd. announces the availability of its latest FAA-PMA approved lightweight alternator kit. The newest alternator, the AL24-FS60, is approved for installation on most 360 and 540 series Lycoming engines on 28 volt Cessna 172 and 182 aircraft with multigroove belt/pulley drive systems.
01/01/2011 - 12:00
Donaldson Company, Inc. announces that it has appointed Avio-Diepen as an exclusive distributor of Donaldson aerospace filtration products in the Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) market, as well as a portion of Asia. The distribution agreement includes Donaldson Aerospace & Defense filter products supporting the aviation industry.
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Aircraft Tool Supply’s new Reversible Safety Wire Pliers are assembled in America and designed for the professional mechanic.
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RAPCO, inc. has been awarded Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its replacement auxiliary fuel pumps used on Beechcraft King Airs  and Twin Otter series aircraft. These pumps will replace the Airborne models listed below. RAPCO PMA P/N                Airborne P/N         Eligibility
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Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings has developed a new opaque color card for its innovative SKYscapes™ topcoat system. The vibrant, modern color options offered on the new card are unlike any offered before.
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BorescopesRus announces the release of its new Pratt and Whitney Canada-approved PT6 Inspection Kits.
01/01/2011 - 12:00
Whelen Engineering Co. has received STC approval for its Parmetheus™ series LED landing and taxi lights, a first for general aviation aircraft.

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