General Aviation’s Impact to the U.S. Economy
Elf, starring Will Ferrell and Bob Newhart (the North Pole’s apparent Director of Maintenance), is undeniably the MRO community’s “Christmas Carol.”
Aviation doesn’t sell itself to the extent I’d like to imagine; interest in it must be carefully cultivated and nurtured.
Attending the 2014 Cirrus Aircraft Partner Symposium
Flying has changed a lot in 45 years
To run a proper apprentice program, you need to meet the following qualifications: proper workload to support the program, the ability to identify top individuals, and the time to spend with people in all areas required.
Find ways to engage and encourage action to promote your industry; as they say, a rising tide lifts all boats
Bell Helicopter, Piney Flats, TN, put on a program to introduce general aviation to local educators, public servants, media and other important people. It was a great program.
NEXT-TECH FOR NEXTGEN is an initiative intended to promote global change in the aviation maintenance profession.
As an NDT Level III, it is our job to not only keep aircraft owners and passengers safe, but to train and develop those around us.
As much as things change, much has remained the same at the EAA AirVenture
EAA AirVenture July 28-August 3
Did you know that MH17 is actually MH370?
Back together 90 years later
With NDT, qualification is always greater than certification. The more experience you have, the more you know what to look for
This emerging segment has much news lately
Self-cleaning surfaces? Morphing materials? Nano coated seats that react to your touch and release soothing scents, all with a panoramic view? Virtual golf? Social areas? Energy harvesting seats?
We Visited an A&P School
With comments due on May 16, overseas aviation companies should submit comments to the docket. Additionally, the foreign governments are strongly advised to provide detailed answers to the aforementioned questions.
Another example of the dangers the aviation industry has had to confront to make travel safer.
After all these decades, Cessna and Beech will be in the same house
Take a break from the polar vortex and enjoy this video that documents all the hard work on the ground required to get the industry airborne.
Paging through the very first issue
I have seen the Blackbird. Hope I live long enough to see the Son of Blackbird.