Archive

October 3rd, 2008

03/10/2008JET AVIATION HONG KONG RECEIVES CAD APPROVAL

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Jet Aviation Hong Kong recently received its maintenance repair station approval from the Hong Civil Aviation Department (CAD). Established in 2001 as aircraft management and charter division for the Asia region, the facility expanded its operation to perform line maintenance for Hong Kong registered Bombardier, Cessna and Gulfstream aircraft and to provide AOG support services.

03/10/2008UNIVERSAL LAUNCHES AVIATION WEATHER TODAY BROADCAST

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Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. announced today that it has launched an enhanced version of its free online aviation weather video broadcast, Aviation Weather Today, featuring more frequent posting times and the ability to watch individual chapters of the broadcast.

03/10/2008FLIGHTSAFETY INTERNATIONAL NBAA ANNOUNCEMENT SUMMARY

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In anticipation of a busy NBAA next week, FlightSafety made numerous pre-event announcements,

October 2nd

02/10/2008CESSNA LAUNCHES REDESIGNED WEB SITE

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Cessna Aircraft Company has launched a completely redesigned World Wide Web site incorporating new features designed to make it easier for customers to research aircraft capabilities, as well as for other audiences to explore the company, its products and career opportunities. The Web site address remains http://www.cessna.com/.

02/10/2008INDIAN CONGLOMERATE TATA BUYS INTO PIAGGIO AERO

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Piaggio Aero announced that Tata Limited has agreed to acquire approximately one third stake to become one of the primary shareholders, alongside Ferrari and Di Mase families and Mubadala Development Company.

October 1st

01/10/2008ROCKWELL COLLINS PARTICIPATES IN EUROPEAN FLIGHT DEMO

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Rockwell Collins recently participated in the successful completion of flight demonstrations to fly European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS) Localizer Performance with Vertical guidance (LPV) approaches in Europe. The company’s Flight Management System (FMS) system and GPS-4000S global positioning system receiver were on board an Air Nostrum operated Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft for the demonstration.