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Thursday, July 2, 2020 - 10:08
Without flinching, PWI’s Man Van Tran gingerly holds a fluorescent-light cylinder to a blue glowing flame. His fingers numb to the heat, he steadily blows air through a plastic tube on one end, guiding its shape. In his hand, the tube bends to his will as thousands of other fluorescent lights have done since he first started with PWI back in 1983.

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Thursday, June 25, 2020 - 09:46

Aircraft mechanics have been known to solve problems. This goes back to Charles Taylor — the father of aircraft maintenance. Taylor designed and built the engine that powered the Wright Flyer into the history books (when engine manufacturers of the time said they couldn't do it). I've seen mechanics make turnbuckle wrenches to make cable rigging easier and faster.

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PWI’s Fluorescent Light Blowing Artisan One of the Few Left in the U.S.
PWI’s Fluorescent Light Blowing Artisan One of the Few Left in the U.S.

Without flinching, PWI’s Man Van Tran gingerly holds a fluorescent-light cylinder to a blue glowing flame. His fingers numb to the heat, he steadily blows air through a plastic tube on one end, guiding its shape. In his hand, the tube bends to his will as thousands of other fluorescent lights have done since he first started with PWI back in 1983.

Sherwin-Williams Announces Call for 2021 Aerospace Coatings Calendar Entries
Sherwin-Williams Announces Call for 2021 Aerospace Coatings Calendar Entries

Calling for the finest aircraft paint-schemes and exterior finishes in the sky, Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings announces it is accepting submissions for its annual calendar that showcases the best-finished aircraft of the year. Whether  a newly painted business jet, regional jet, commercial airliner or cargo aircraft — single- or twin-engine, kit plane, sport plane, helicopter — classic, custom or military, the company is looking to feature the finest-looking aircraft in its 2021 Aerospace Coatings Calendar.

Blackhawk Announces New XR Upgrade Kit for the King Air 350 Series
Blackhawk Announces New XR Upgrade Kit for the King Air 350 Series

Blackhawk Aerospace announces the FAA’s (Federal Aviation Administration’s) STC (supplemental type certificate) approval of its new XR Upgrade Kit for the King Air 350 Series. The XR Kit optimizes a stock King Air 350 series aircraft by increasing max gross takeoff weight to 16,500 pounds and maintaining a basic aircraft empty weight that is 220 pounds lighter than comparable extended-range aircraft for greater payloads and up to 25% more endurance.

Flying Colours Corp. Makes It A Dozen as Reconfigured Falcon 2000LXS Delivered to Long-time Client
Flying Colours Corp. Makes It A Dozen as Reconfigured Falcon 2000LXS Delivered to Long-time Client

Flying Colours Corp., a North America-headquartered refurbishment, completions and MRO specialist, delivers a reconfigured Falcon 2000LXS for a long-time customer. The aircraft, which is new to the owner, joins a private fleet and represents the twelfth aircraft project the Canadian owner has entrusted to Flying Colours in twenty years. A thirteenth project is already in the pipeline.

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announces that 50 companies are self-certified in NATA’s Safety 1st Clean since its inception in mid-June. The Safety 1st Clean standard relies upon industry expertise, the latest operational best practices, and government-agency guidance to safeguard aviation business personnel, corporate assets, and the general flying public.

Elliott Aviation, an installer of Pro Line 21 Modernization packages and a provider in business aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul services, announces special pricing for Pro Line 21 Modernization packages through July 31, 2020. Special pricing is available for customers that submit a signed quote and deposit by July 31, 2020, with work to be completed by December 31, 2020.

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