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AJW Aviation will continue to provide full ATA Chapter power-by-the-hour support for low cost cargo operator Air Incheon’s growing fleet of Boeing aircraft.  The contract commenced in 2013 and has been extended for a further two years. It also includes a main base kit consignment that is located by AJW at Incheon International Airport in Seoul.
StandardAero was recently awarded a new contract to provide support for the U.S. Army Special Forces Aviation Group’s engine maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for its fleet of eight C-27J aircraft. 
StandardAero’s Houston business aviation MRO facility has completed its first Rockwell Collins TTR-4100 TCAS 7.1 Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for Falcon 50 series and Falcon 900 series aircraft.
Troubleshooting problems with aircraft is often a challenging prospect. Every AME has at least a few good stories about seemingly unsolvable problems encountered while working in the field. The job often grinds to a standstill as others in the shop try their luck to lend a hand and sort it out. Part of being a mechanic, on any type of machinery is the ability to bear the frustration and keep a cool head when things go wrong. We all know “Murphy’s Law” and no one is exempt. “Whatever can go wrong usually does.”
StandardAero has launched a new, customized accelerated response program to support  PT6A turboprop engine operators with hot section inspections, repairs and on-site field services.
Premier Aviation Overhaul Center has announced the signing of a long-term agreement with Republic Airways Holdings for the provision of airframe heavy maintenance on Republic Airways' fleet of E-170 and E-175 aircraft. Republic Airways Holdings is the owner of Republic Airlines and Shuttle America. The airline currently operates a fleet of Embraer 170s, Embraer 175s, and Bombardier Q400s.
Flying Colours Corp. KSUS has been awarded by Bombardier Business Aircraft the Authorized Service Facility Excellence Award in the North American category. According to Bombardier, the win exemplifies quality, performance and commitment to customers, as well as support of Bombardier’s strategy to deliver outstanding customer experience through superior performance.
Field Aviation has extended its contract with the Swedish Coast Guard (SCG) to provide engineering, maintenance and logistics support for the SCG’s three Dash 8 Q300 Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA). The original contract began in 2009, and with this new agreement will continue for another 5 years, until 2021, with an option to renew for two additional years.
Flying Colours Corp is broadening the expertise of its sales team with the appointment of former Bombardier Aerospace interiors specialist Clint Bloom as Sales Manager – Interiors. Bloom will be based in Tucson, Ariz., with a remit that covers the entire U.S. and Canada, as required.
Vector Aerospace is celebrating the third anniversary of supporting operators in the Asia-Pacific region from its engine MRO facility in Brisbane, Australia.
UTC Aerospace Systems is expanding its rescue hoist and cargo winch systems maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) capabilities in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
AJW China has announced the signing of a prestigious PBH agreement with West Air, part of the Hainan Group.  The agreement supports engine LRUs for West Air’s fleet of V2500 powered A320s.  Over its 10 year duration, the escalating agreement will support West Air’s growing fleet of A320s, which is projected to increase from the current 17 aircraft to 64 by 2020.
Singapore - Vector Aerospace Corporation has announced the opening of its new MRO facility in Singapore and signing of MOU with Republic Polytechnic.
Singapore - Flying Colours Corp. has inaugurated its interiors facility at the Bombardier Service Centre, Seletar Airport, Singapore. The grand opening ceremony, which took place on April 21, welcomed 40 guests including owners, operators, and a distinguished aviation elite, to celebrate the company’s latest venture in Asia. 
March 19, 2015, Wood Dale, Il. - AAR has announced that AAR Airlift has been awarded a contract by the United Nations for airlift services in Central Africa. The contract is valued at approximately $19 million.
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