Archive

June 6th, 2017

06/06/2017GOGO BUSINESS AVIATION AND ROCKWELL COLLINS BRING AIRSHOW® MOVING MAP

Moving maps are one of the most popular features of any inflight entertainment system and today Gogo Business Aviation and Rockwell Collins bring Airshow® moving maps to customers in the Business Aviation market. Airshow is the aviation industry’s leading moving map application

06/06/2017LONDON OXFORD AIRPORT ENTICES GA MARKET

London Oxford Airport is enticing recreational flyers of light general aviation aircraft to visit their airfield with a series of new incentives valid for six months from May to October 2017. Category A single-engined piston aircraft under 2.73 tonnes in weight (the largest type in this category being equivalent to a Piper Malibu or Meridian) can land for just £10

06/06/2017GARMIN RECEIVES STC FOR THE G5 DG/HSI IN CERTIFICATED AIRCRAFT

Garmin has announced the approval of the G5 electronic flight instrument for installation as a replacement directional gyro (DG) or horizontal situation indicator (HSI) in type-certificated fixed-wing general aviation aircraft.

06/06/2017TRU SIMULATION + TRAINING ANNOUNCES NEW ProFlight® PILOT TRAINING PROGRAM

TRU Simulation + Training, a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, announced that it is has received full program certification for its Cessna Citation Latitude and Cessna Citation Sovereign + pilot training program and is now accepting students at its TRU ProFlight Pilot Training Center™-Tampa.

06/06/2017AERO NORWAY PRESENTS SUPPLIER AWARD 2016 TO CHROMALLOY

Norway-based engine MRO facility Aero Norway AS has chosen Chromalloy to receive its Supplier Award 2016. Along with forty other repair and spare parts suppliers Chromalloy was measured continuously across a range of criteria including: on time delivery; quality; correct invoices; quality of engineering reports; and shipping costs.

06/06/2017JET AIRWAYS LAUNCHES CADET PILOT TRAINING PROGRAMME WITH CAE

Jet Airways, India's full-service, premiere international airline, in collaboration with CAE, a world leader in training for commercial airlines, announced the launch of a new Commercial Pilot License (CPL) cadet pilot training programme aimed at creating more than 380 professional pilots over the next five years