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StandardAero Business Aviation recently received official confirmation and certification for providing aircraft and engine services in Aruba, expanding the company’s international footprint and investments to more than 40 different countries around the world.  The specific Aruba certification applies to StandardAero’s Houston MRO facility, located at IAH international airport.
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) has launched a trial of a new oil analysis technology for aircraft engines that could significantly facilitate proactive maintenance interventions and drive increased aircraft availability. With more than 8,000 PW100 family engines produced and 3,000 regional turboprop-powered aircraft flying, the company is seeking "early adopters" from among its engine customers to participate in the initial launch trial of the innovative oil debris monitoring solution.
Flying Colours Corp. returns to this year’s EBACE in a buoyant mood having confirmed signing the first customer for INAIRVATION’s pre-engineered retro-fit cabin solution for Bombardier Global aircraft types.
AAR  has announced the expansion of its power-by-the-hour (PBH) component inventory management and repair program in Europe. AAR signed a long-term contract with Volotea to support its new fleet of A319s.
Jazz Aviation has announced that it has signed a five-year heavy maintenance agreement with Air Georgian Limited of Mississauga. Under this contract Jazz's heavy maintenance business will perform the heavy maintenance repair and overhaul requirements for Air Georgian's fleet of CRJ100 and CRJ200 aircraft. The work will be carried out at Jazz's heavy maintenance facility at the Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and is expected to commence in the summer of 2016.
AJW Aviation has appointed David Lewis, as Chief Technical Officer, continuing the organization’s commitment to the recruitment of highly experienced professionals to take the growth and development of the business worldwide to greater heights. He will be responsible for: technical standards and best practices across all divisions of the business, specifically MRO, reliability, warranty and inventory management for customer’s technical spares support programmes, aircraft maintenance, engine management and asset health monitoring; guiding aircraft teardown and end of lease management reconciliations, as well as service level agreements with AJW’s approved repair vendors.
AAR has entered into an agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems to manage distribution requirements and to stock inventory of defense parts in support of Japanese military aircraft In Japan.
Bombardier Business Aircraft marks the 30thanniversary of Smart Parts this year. Launched in 1986, the pioneering Smart Parts program was the first airframe systems cost-per-flight-hour cost protection plan for customers in business aviation. To celebrate the 30th anniversary, Bombardier is offering enhancements to its strongest component cost coverage program, Smart Parts Preferred, further maximizing the customers' bottom-line.
Embraer has announced at the MRO Americas show in Dallas, Tex., that SkyWest Airlines selected Embraer Aircraft Maintenance Services (EAMS) as the exclusive heavy maintenance provider for their fleet of E175s.
StandardAero has been authorized by Honeywell Aerospace as major maintenance provider for repair and overhaul services (MRO) for the Honeywell HTF7000 family of turbofan engines, powering Bombardier Challenger 300/350, Embraer Legacy 450/500, Gulfstream G280 and the recently announced Cessna Citation Longitude business jets.
AAR has been awarded a contract for United States Army Next Generation Automatic Test System (NGATS) Shelters with a total contract ceiling valued at $49 million over five years. AAR has received a first delivery order valued at $2.5 million to include first article units for two shelter variants, as well as production units. The shelters will be designed by AAR Mobility Systems in Cadillac, Michigan; and produced at their Goldsboro, North Carolina facility.
Textron Aviation has announced it has expanded its PowerAdvantage engine support program to Beechcraft King Air and Cessna Caravan turboprop platforms. Part of the company’s ProAdvantage suite of support programs, PowerAdvantage offers owners and operators comprehensive PT6A engine coverage with predictable costs for both routine and most unscheduled engine maintenance events.
AJW Aviation has signed a new power-by-the-hour contract with Air New Zealand to manage component support for its B767 fleet of five aircraft.  Air New Zealand’s own Boeing inventory will be held on site in Auckland to a defined list and the balance of spare parts will be held on consignment in Singapore.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has announced that Bombardier Services Corporation and PSA Airlines, Inc. (PSA Airlines) of Vandalia, Ohio have signed a heavy maintenance agreement that extends the current agreement between the parties by two years. Under this contract, all heavy maintenance tasks for the airline's fleet of CRJ200, CRJ700 and CRJ900 aircraft will be performed at Bombardier's West Virginia Air Center.
Flying Colours Corp. has begun work on an extension of its cabinetry finishing shop at its Peterborough, Ont. facilities.
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