ICAO Adopts Standards For Electronic Recordkeeping

ICAO Adopts Standards For Electronic Recordkeeping

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is exploring new ways to simplify the airline business. Its Paperless Aircraft Operations (PAO) initiative faces the daunting task of rethinking the way companies document maintenance activity. “The PAO seeks to transform legacy processes...
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New Trent 1000 Blade Inspections Cover Different Version

New Trent 1000 Blade Inspections Cover Different Version

A pending regulatory mandate will give Boeing 787 operators flying so-called “Package B” versions of Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines 30 days to inspect intermediate pressure compressor (IPC) blades for cracks, setting the stage for perhaps more grou...
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Orlando Airport Chooses SITA to Implement 100% Biometric Exit

Orlando Airport Chooses SITA to Implement 100% Biometric Exit

SITA on June 11, announced that it has been chosen by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) as the technology partner for biometric exit at Orlando International Airport (MCO). Orlando International is the first U.S. airport to fully deploy the...
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ST Aerospace Opens Florida MRO with UPS as Launch Customer

ST Aerospace Opens Florida MRO with UPS as Launch Customer

ST Aerospace, a division of Singapore-based ST Engineering, opened a new $46 million, 173,500-sq-ft airframe MRO hangar at Florida’s Pensacola International Airport on June 8. The new facility, which is the company’s third airframe MRO location in the U.S,...
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SkyTeam Develops New Technology Delivering Increased Seamlessness for Customers

SkyTeam Develops New Technology Delivering Increased Seamlessness for Customers

SkyTeam, the global airline alliance, has reached a milestone in the development of advanced technology enhancing its current tech hub with new functionalities. Unique to SkyTeam and known as the SkyLink Digital Spine, the new functionality is intended to grad...
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Cheaper, Better Parts Are Coming

Cheaper, Better Parts Are Coming

Additive manufacturing (AM) will bring increasing counts of metal parts that are cheaper, produced on demand rather than expensively stored, integrated rather than assembled, lighter and better performing. Major aerospace OEMs are pushing these improvements as...
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Harrods Aviation Adopts Automated Check-in System

Harrods Aviation Adopts Automated Check-in System

Harrods Aviation (Booth A67) has introduced an automated check-in system for VIP and group charter flights at its London Luton and London Stansted FBOs. According to the company, the product from London-based Flight Solutions will improve efficiency by the int...
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Maintenance Demand Growing For 737

Maintenance Demand Growing For 737

Aviation Week Network’s Commercial Aviation Fleet & MRO Forecast also predicts that 737-800 numbers will only peak in 2021. This is obviously great news for maintenance providers, which receive a steady stream of work from an aircraft produced in consist...
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Allegiant Air faces scrutiny on safety, stock drops after TV report

Allegiant Air faces scrutiny on safety, stock drops after TV report

The parent company of Allegiant Air on Monday faced congressional calls for an inquiry into its safety record and a sharp drop in its stock price after a report by CBS News’ “60 Minutes” alleged the airline suffers a high...
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Bizav Leaders To Launch Alternative Fuels Initiative

Bizav Leaders To Launch Alternative Fuels Initiative

  A group of leaders from across the industry is unveiling a plan next week that is designed to advance the development and adoption of alternative fuels. Details of the sustainable alternative jet fuels (SAJF) plan will be highlighted during...
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