The dedicated classrooms are part of a Cabin Communications Lab where Satcom Direct provides training in conjunction with FlightSafety International. The new training labs will be celebrated at a grand opening July 15.
Jack Pelton: “We have worked hard to reach this milestone, but it is only a first step. We must continue to work together to evaluate and introduce fuel that meets the highest safety and performance standards . . .
it has received ten replacement fuel proposals from producers Afton Chemical Company, Avgas LLC, Shell, Swift Fuels and a consortium of BP, TOTAL and Hjelmco, for further evaluation in the Piston Aviation Fuels Initiative (PAFI).
Colonel Brian Tachias, head of the U.S. Army’s Project Management Fixed Wing office in Huntsville, Ala., presented the award for 20,000 accident-free flight hours in support of the Night Eagle program.
Eaton will be responsible for the design, development, manufacture and certification of the XWB-97 low-pressure fuel system, starter air system, thermal anti-icing system, engine bleed air system along with sense and muscle lines.