Addressing the confusion about the process of exporting aircraft and the requirements for making the necessary Electronic Export Information (EEI) filings, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Tax Committee and Regulatory Issues Advisory Group join forces to create a new, members-only resource, “Guide on Exporting Aircraft from the United States.”
Hartzell Propeller receives a supplemental type certificate (STC) from the FAA to replace Diamond DA40 NG MT wood/composite propellers with new higher-performance, 3-bladed, lightweight Polaris composite props. The 74-inch-diameter three-blade ASCII carbon-fiber prop for the Austro Engine E4-A features a lightweight Bantam aluminum hub and 2,4000-hour/six-year TBO, with Hartzell's warranty through first overhaul.
The National Air Transportation Association launches the NATA Career Center, a comprehensive resource for industry recruitment and career development. An evolution of NATA’s job board, the NATA Career Center enables members to connect with aviation business professionals worldwide, offers guidance on career changes, educates new and potential aviation industry entrants, and provides resources for both job seekers and employers.
Airbus and Munich Airport International Expand Partnership to Develop Advanced Air Mobility Solutions Globally
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) expresses sincere appreciation for Ryan Waguespack’s faithful service to the Association and for his dedication to furthering the causes of its members. Waguespack recently announced plans to transition from full-time executive vice president to senior advisor, effective June 30, 2022.
C&L Aviation Group is approved as a Honeywell Aerospace channel partner, offering the full line of Honeywell avionics products. The line includes all NZ 6.1 FMZ-2000 FMS upgrades, DU875 LCD unit system upgrades, Primus Elite, RD-7000 Weather Radar Systems, Laseref IV Internal Reference Systems, CD-830 Touchscreen Display Control Units, and more.
Flying Colours Corp., an international maintenance, repair, overhaul and completions company, promotes Joe Thurman to general manager at its St. Louis, MO, location. Thurman’s promotion underscores Flying Colours intention to align St. Louis operations more closely with its headquarters in Peterborough, Ontario. Optimizing the facilities and talent in St. Louis allows the company to strengthen the position of the St. Louis facility within the industry while it continues to deliver the highest quality customer service and standards.