Quality Aircraft Accessories (QAA), which reports to Hartzell Engine Tech, officially reopens its general-aviation MRO and parts distribution facility after fully modernizing and doubling the Tulsa operations' footprint. One of the company’s primary goals for the business transformation is to further shorten turn-times and increase throughput for repairs and overhauls while continuing to refine the quality of products.
The Eliminate Aviation Gasoline Lead Emissions (EAGLE) initiative executive committee announces Robert Olislagers as senior coordinator of the initiative, as well as announces that the International Council of Air Shows (ICAS) and National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) have joined EAGLE’s executive committee. It also formally introduces the leads for the initiative’s key focus pillars.
Business-aviation groups put forward a set of policy principles to guide long-term carbon emissions reductions in the lead-up to the 41st International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Triennial Assembly convening this week. ICAO, a United Nations agency, convenes its 193 member states every three years to set worldwide aviation policy. The next triennial meeting will be held in Montreal from Sept. 27 to Oct. 7.
Twin Cities Aviation College Announces the Launch of a New Aviation Maintenance Technician Apprenticeship Support Program
Academy College’s new AMT Apprenticeship Support Program offers a unique solution to ensure success of a traditional 30-month aircraft mechanic apprenticeship. This new program supplements a person’s on-the-job-training (OJT) with a structured approach that provides support to ensure completion and success. This turn-key solution reduces managerial burden on the organization in administrating an apprenticeship program.