Despite numerous press releases and emails, Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association (RACCA) is short on scholarship applicants. The application deadline is a week away, and the company is still seeking more young people to apply. Scholarship applications are designed to help aspiring pilots, aircraft maintenance technicians (AMT) and airline managers to pursue their careers.
The general-aviation industry and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) share a goal to rid lead from all aviation fuel used for piston-powered aircraft no later than 2030. The FAA and industry have come together under the EAGLE (Eliminate Aviation Gasoline Lead Emissions) banner to see this mission realized.
New aircraft equipped with the latest props from Hartzell Propeller will be on static display during the 2022 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), Oct. 18-20, in Orlando, FL. The broad presence of aircraft will reflect not only Hartzell’s deep investment in advanced aerodynamic propellers with cutting-edge improvements in performance but also in the company's long-term relationships with a wide range of aircraft manufacturers.
Coleman Jet Solutions, a premium aircraft brokerage firm that provides technical, regulatory and financial advisory services, announces the appointment of Jordan Rogers in the role of aircraft transaction coordinator. In addition to his extensive business and sales management background in a wide range of industries, Rogers is an instrument-rated private pilot and sUAS pilot.
TRU Simulation + Training Signs Agreement with Royal Flying Doctor Service for Beechcraft King Air Full-Flight Simulator in Australia
TRU Simulation + Training Inc. announces the sale of a full-flight simulator (FFS) to the Royal Flying Doctor Service (Queensland Section) (RFDS). The FFS will be Level D-qualified and designed to be reconfigurable to support training for the entire RFDS King Air fleet of aircraft, including the Beechcraft King Air 260, King Air 350 and King Air 360.
Duncan Aviation announces it has added two members to its Continuous Improvement (CI) team. Nathan Hansen joins the team at the company’s facility in Provo, UT, and Justin Morgan joins the team at the facility in Battle Creek, MI. CI is an integrated philosophy that helps managers harness the creative ideas of the team members who are doing the work to help identify areas in which quality, products and services can be improved.
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.