Pro Star Aviation, an aerospace modification center, announces it has successfully achieved its FAA Class IV rating. The new rating allows Pro Star to perform maintenance on aircraft over 12,500 GTOW. Adding a new classification of aircraft increases Pro Star's capabilities for ON-THE-FLY maintenance and additional services in-house.
Constant Aviation announces it has become the first independent maintenance, repair and overhaul business (MRO) to receive SMS Level 4 certification from WYVERN Ltd., a recognized leader in aviation safety risk management and training. The rating is specific to MRO safety management systems (SMS). Level 4-rated MROs have a fully effective SMS.
Constant Aviation announces it has added three new locations to its nationwide AOG (aircraft on ground) mobile response network. Effective immediately, teams will deploy from Van Nuys, CA; Bedford, MA; and Sugarland, TX, bringing to 27 the number of locations within the U.S. where AOG teams are based, a 28 percent growth in locations since 2020.
Business Aviation Pledges Net-Zero Carbon by 2050 and Increasing Fuel Efficiency as Part of Renewed Climate Commitments
The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) and its 15 member associations from around the world agree to the ambitious goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The global business-aviation community pledges to further contribute to climate action efforts through a combination of measures in close collaboration with governments and stakeholders across the air transport industry.
JSfirm.com, an aviation job website, announces the results of a survey the company conducted on COVID-19 trends and aviation impact. One hundred companies were selected from across all areas of aviation to participate this year. The survey was conducted prior to the new Department of Labor regulations regarding vaccinations.
Bluetail Announces Introduction of MACH Automation and Other Upgrades to Its Popular MACH Search Engine
C&L Aerospace, a C&L Aviation Group company, acquires an Embraer Legacy 500 inventory consisting of all parts from a teardown project involving an aircraft with very low time and cycles. The inventory totals over 1,100 line items and covers everything from control surfaces to avionics, landing gear, and all other rotables and structural components. All parts from the aircraft are available for sale or exchange and will be stocked in C&L’s newest 27,000-square-foot warehouse, located in Bangor, ME.