Flight Data Systems (FDS), a provider of flight data solutions for the rotorcraft, business, military and commercial aviation segments, announces the release of the Flight Data Acquisition Interface Unit (FDAIU). The FDAIU enables operators to upgrade legacy, outdated flight data recorders (FDR) with Flight Data Systems’ SENTRY series of recorders. It is available for shipping in Q2 2022.
JMI-Jet Maintenance International is marking three years of operations with an expansion into powerplant MRO support and newly secured Authorised Service Centre status from Williams International for the Textron Cessna Citation Series (CJ1, 2, 3 and 4). The company's engineers also completed their training on the FJ44 series engine in Michigan, U.S., in January this year, and the business has just concluded a $120,000 investment in tooling and inventory at its London Oxford Airport home.
As Shadin Avionics prepares for a new chapter in its future products, it will be retiring a legacy product from its fuel-flow indicator product line: the Miniflo-L™. The indicator is one of three cockpit indicators that Shadin manufactures. The other two — the Digiflo-L™ and Microflo-L™ — will stay in production. Shadin’s Part 145 Repair Station still plans to support and repair the Miniflo-L, as many of the products are still in use today and will be for years to come.
Aspen Avionics announces it has been certified to the AS9100 Rev. D quality management standard. This certification for the international aerospace quality standard strengthens Aspen’s competitive position through the standardization of documented processes across all its organizations, providing global manufacturers in the aerospace industry the confidence to partner with Aspen Avionics to not only meet but to surpass exacting industry requirements for commercial, defense, business and general aviation aerospace segments.
Twelve teams at Textron Aviation receive the Federal Aviation Administration’s top-level Diamond Award of Excellence in recognition for their commitment to training and development. The teams include all 11 North American service centers located in Greensboro, Houston, Indianapolis, Mesa, Milwaukee, Newburgh, Orlando, Sacramento, San Antonio, Tampa and Wichita, as well as Textron Aviation’s ProOwnership maintenance team.
Snap-on Industrial introduces the new Intrinsically Safe ControlTech™ Wireless Electronic Torque Wrenches. A wholly new design in torque tools, the Snap-on Intrinsically Safe ControlTech™ Torque Wrenches are engineered and tested for operation in Class 1 Division 2 hazardous environments where flammable gases, vapors or liquids may potentially be present.