AMROS Global undergoes rebranding transformation

AMROS Global has undergone a rebranding transformation to reflect the company’s evolution over the years which includes a top-to-bottom resign of the website, logo, and communications. Striving to maintain their recognizable logo in some way was the primary goal. This was achieved by deconstructing the old logo and modernizing some elements for a fresher look and bold blue color to match. “We wanted our new logo to represent change, growth and a brighter future… we believe the new look better matches what we’ve evolved into since 2010: Providing the best end-to-end solutions in the market for our clients.”  Eros Tavani, Read more

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AVIAA establishes global FBO network

AVIAA has added an important new pillar to its business aviation services – a 110+-strong global FBO network.  The US and European-based company invited a variety of FBOs to participate in an RFP process in December, responding to demand from members to obtain valuable savings on their fuel costs in North America and associated FBO services worldwide. “We had an amazing response,” said AVIAA CEO Gillian Hayes, noting that after two months of close evaluation the full line up of participating partners have now been loaded on to the AVIAA Dashboard, enabling members to enjoy a range of preferred pricing, Read more

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Leonardo strengthens position in Europe in the airport logistics sector

Geneva Airport

Leonardo has signed two new contracts in Europe in the airport logistics sector with a total value of over 100 million euros. The projects will see Baggage Handling Systems (BHS) revamped at Geneva Airport, the second biggest airport in Switzerland with over 17 million passengers annually, and at Athens International Airport. With annual traffic of over 24 million business and leisure passengers, Athens International Airport is the main gateway to Greece, serving the city of Athens since 2001.   In Geneva, the new sorting system will completely replace the existing facility at the end of 2023, in the meantime it Read more

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FAI selects Collins Aerospace’s Venue for ‘Project Pearl’

Global Express "Project Pearl",main cabin rendering ©FAI Technik

Nuremberg, Germany-based MRO, FAI Technik GmbH, part of the FAI Aviation Group, has selected Collins Aerospace’s latest VenueTM cabin management system and high definition entertainment system for its latest Bombardier BD700 Global Express cabin refurbishment project, named “Project Pearl.”  Project Pearl represents one of the most extensive refurbishment projects for the type. The five month project will include 60, 120 and 240-month inspections and a full cabin refurbishment featuring the new Collins Aerospace Venue.  Passengers can enjoy watching HD movies and listen to enhanced digital audio throughout the cabin. Venue can broadcast a range of other high-resolution content. The project Read more

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Southwest Airlines’ Material Specialists approve new agreement

Southwest Airlines has reported that the Company’s Material Specialists, represented by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), have voted in favor of a new, five-year contract. “With this new agreement, our Material Specialists will be rewarded with pay increases throughout the next five years, while the Company gains efficiencies across our operation,” said Vice President of Labor Relations Russell McCrady. “I appreciate our relationship with the IBT, and both parties worked hard to reach the best solution for both our Material Specialists and Southwest.” The more than 300 Material Specialists at Southwest oversee the Company’s technical operation inventory management across Read more

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Airways NZ and Leidos to collaborate on air traffic management opportunities

Air navigation services provider Airways New Zealand and global science and technology provider Leidos have agreed to work closely together on future air traffic management (ATM) opportunities under an agreement recently signed in Washington. The two organisations have already been working together on the design and build of the SkyLine-X air traffic management system, a US$58 million system that will replace Airways’ two existing ATM platforms. Given the success evident in the SkyLine-X programme, the organisations have been exploring other commercial opportunities, where customers can derive the benefits that each organisation provides. This latest agreement, signed by Airways International CEO Read more

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Lufthansa Aviation Training selects Spatial to manufacture Boeing 777-9 Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer

Spatial a provider of cabin crew training simulators, has been selected by Lufthansa Aviation Training (LAT) to manufacture a B777X Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer (CEET). Designed and built to meet LAT’s exact training requirements and international regulatory standards, the B777X CEET will enable cabin crew to be comprehensively trained in all safety and emergency procedures (SEPs) for this aircraft type including fire and smoke training, door and exit operation, secure cockpit procedures and emergency equipment usage. The CEET will be fitted with a cutting edge audio-visual system providing forward and cabin views as well as virtual slide deployments at the operational doors Read more

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SR Technics signs Letter of Intent with Mega Aero Training Academy

SR Technics has signed a Letter of Intent with the objective to assist Mega Aero Training Academy (MATA) in the development of a fully EASA Part-147 approved training academy in Johannesburg, South Africa. The 5-year partnership of SR Technics Training Services and MATA will bring to South Africa a recognized engineering training expertise, such as but not limited to EASA Basic Training, Type Training, Specialized Training and Web Based Training. MATA is part of Safomar Holdings Group, a South African Aviation Group active in Sub-Sharan Africa which will increase SR Technics’ presence as a one-stop-shop training service provider in the Read more

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STS Component Solutions Opens New Sales Office in Guangzhou, China

STS Component Solutions expands into China with the opening of a sales office in Guangzhou. The establishment of this location was driven by current customer demand and projected organizational growth in the Asia-Pacific region over the next 20 years. This new facility is the company’s third office to open in mainland China. A team of Account Managers and Customer Service Representatives are already fully operational in Guangzhou and supporting STS’ growing network of customers.

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Private Jet Operator Sky Prime selects Honeywell Mechanical and Avionics Protection Plans

Sky Prime, the Saudi Arabia-based private jet operator, has chosen the Honeywell Avionics Protection Plan and Mechanical Protection Plans to ensure the Honeywell equipment on board its Gulfstream jets is protected to enhance performance of the aircraft and help reduce downtime during repairs. The Honeywell Avionics Protection Plan (HAPP) is a maintenance service program that offers full coverage for all Honeywell avionics. The plan is designed to help operators avoid unplanned maintenance costs and downtime by agreeing to a fixed-price annual fee, which helps operators handle unforeseen issues quickly to keep their aircraft in service. The Honeywell Mechanical Protection Plan Read more

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