For nearly 80 years, the Priester family name has meant committed excellence in aviation services and customer-focused relationships. As the family-run company expands to include businesses with similar values, it announces that a legacy name from its rich history is returning to represent the overall business structure.
Swedish hybrid-electric airplane maker Heart Aerospace announces it has raised a total of $107 million in Series B funding, representing another significant stepping stone toward sustainable regional air travel. The new round brings the total financing raised by Heart Aerospace since its inception to $145 million.
Garmin (NYSE: GRMN) announces a new series of COMM and NAV/COMM radios that offer feature-rich solutions in a slim 1.3-inch bezel height form factor. The GTR™ 205 Comm radio and GNC® 215 NAV/COMM radio are affordable solutions for customers that feature an easy-to-read, full-color LCD display, intuitive user interface and worldwide frequency database.
Mid-Continent’s Remote-Mounted Digital Standby, True Blue Power® USB Chargers Added to Cirrus SR Series G7
Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics' remote-mounted SAM® (MD302 Standby Attitude Module) is included in Cirrus Aircraft’s SR Series G7 aircraft to deliver secondary attitude, altitude, airspeed, slip, vertical trend and heading information to the simplified, yet incredibly powerful, flight deck. Reimagined interiors and enhanced convenience features are strategically positioned throughout the cabin and flight deck, including True Blue Power® TA202 and TA360 Series USB chargers.
Airbus, Avinor, SAS, Swedavia and Vattenfall Pave the Way for Hydrogen Aviation in Sweden and Norway
Airbus, Avinor, SAS, Swedavia and Vattenfall sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to investigate the feasibility of a hydrogen infrastructure at airports in Sweden and Norway. This cooperation will provide better understanding of hydrogen aircraft concepts and operations, supply, infrastructures and refueling needs at airports in order to help develop hydrogen aviation ecosystem in both countries. The work will also identify the pathways to select which airports will be transformed first to operate hydrogen-powered aircraft in both countries as well as the accompanying regulatory framework.
Precision Aviation Group (PAG), a provider of products and value-added services to the aerospace and defense industry worldwide, announces an organizational promotion to align resources with current business needs. With 20 repair stations and over 850,000 square feet of sales and service facilities in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore and Brazil, PAG is well-positioned to continue its commitment to excellence.
Plane Place Aviation announces the addition of AOG/MRT services to its capabilities for the Texas and Oklahoma areas, while also expanding on-site support at Dallas Love Field (DAL) airport. The added services will benefit customers in the area, providing maintenance to Challenger 300, Hawker and Citation airframes with 24/7 support in Texas and Oklahoma.