Phillips 66® Aviation, a refiner and national supplier of jet fuels and avgas to private, commercial and military aviation, announces its carbon offset program to its FBOs and flight operators. Done in partnership with 4AIR, the first and only rating system focused on comprehensive sustainability in private aviation, the program identifies and obtains carbon credits that fund specific projects to offset carbon emissions.
The FAA grants Organization Designation Authorization (ODA) to Aeronautix. As a result, Aeronautix has authority previously reserved only for the FAA, most notably, the authority to issue STCs. This achievement was based on the company's experience in providing engineering services and procedures needed to certify STCs and PMA status for production lines. Since 2006, Aeronautix has certified over 300 STCs.
Dassault Aviation welcomes the first production Falcon 6X extra widebody twin to the Falcon completion center in Little Rock, AR. Falcon 6X serial number five was ferried on Friday, Jan. 28, from Dassault’s Merignac production facility, where all Falcons complete initial assembly, to the 1.25-million-square-foot Little Rock facility. The airplane landed at approximately 1:00 PM.