Newly Established Grand Dames of Aviation Nonprofit Aims to Celebrate, Educate, Inspire with New Scholarships, Sponsored Programming
The Grand Dames of Aviation (GDoA) announces it has earned its 501(c)3 nonprofit designation, providing growth opportunities for the organization to advance its mission. Founded by a group of dedicated women in professional aviation, the GDoA celebrates extraordinary achievements in aviation, educates through scholarships and inspires through mentorship and networking.
Skandia, Inc. Draws on Decades of Engineering Experience to Lead Aviation Burn Testing and Certification Market
Skandia, Inc. celebrates four decades of running the company's flammability lab, opened in 1983 and now known across the globe for its thoroughness and customer satisfaction in flammability testing, including OSU, smoke and toxicity testing services. In line with its mission statement of making aircraft quieter, safer and more comfortable, the creation of the department within Skandia was to help aircraft manufacturers, interior shops and completion centers conform to newly required flammability standards.
CubCrafters, a designer and manufacturer of light-sport, experimental and Part 23-certified backcountry aircraft, announces it has been qualified by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) to make a $50 million public stock offering using the Regulation A+ exemption, which allows for the first outside investment ever in the history of the company.
Baldwin Safety & Compliance announces its users have surpassed four million form submissions to its proprietary safety management system (SMS) software. Known for scalable and customizable online solutions to assist and grow with an organization, the Baldwin SMS framework supports proactive risk management and the creation of positive safety culture.
Tunisian Air Force Modernizes Training Capabilities, Takes Delivery of First of Eight Beechcraft T-6C Texan II Integrated Training Systems
Textron Aviation Defense announces the delivery of the first Beechcraft T-6C Texan II Integrated Training System to the Tunisian Air Force in support of operations at No. 13 Squadron at Sfax Air Base in Tunisia. The foreign military sales (FMS) contract comprises eight T-6C Texan II advanced military training aircraft, in-country field service and logistics support representatives, program management support, interim contractor support for the first year, training for pilots and maintenance professionals, spare engines, spare parts and aircraft support equipment.