AMTSociety MX Logs Update

Daniel Webster College site for 9th annual Aviation Expo; Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., pass their AMT Day Resolutions.

New England Aviation Expo

Daniel Webster College is the site for this year's 9th annual Aviation Expo on March 31, 2007. Sponsored by the FAA and Daniel Webster College, the program will be held at Daniel Webster's Eaton-Richmond Center from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The college is adjacent to Boire Field (KASH), Nashua, NH.

Visit the Expo website at for up-to-date information on workshops.

AMT Day passes in Massachusetts, D.C.

The state of Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., have just passed their AMT Day Resolutions which now brings the list of states that have passed resolutions recognizing Charles E. Taylor and today's AMTs to 45. The AMTA would like to thank Jeevan Ramapriya who is on Senator Steven A. Baddour's staff for helping the AMTA have Senator Baddour introduce this important resolution. Senator Baddour is the chairman on Transportation for Massachusetts. AMTA would also like to thank Chairman Vincent Gray and his aid Chris Murray in recognizing the importance of Taylor and professional AMTs.

RAS technicians earn Master Technician Awards

Raytheon Aircraft Services (RAS) is pleased to announce that four RAS technicians have completed all the training requirements for the Flight Safety International Master Technician designation. In addition, two technicians from Hawker Aircraft Services have also met the requirements for this award. Christopher Muse is the first Raytheon Aircraft Services employee to earn the Master Technician Award. Jeff Case, Travis Sims, Conrad Arambula, Eric Eisner, and Bryan Wahrmund are the other award winners.

Duncan Aviation completes first Pro Line/IDS in a Hawker 800

Duncan Aviation's Glass Box Project recently added the Pro Line/IDS solution for the Hawker 800 series. Pending certification, this first-ever project was completed at Duncan Aviation's Battle Creek, MI, location and includes four Collins Pro Line 21/IDS 8- x 10-inch active-matrix LCDs. The LCDs will be used as primary flight displays and multi-function displays. Final STC certification is expected soon.

New tool supplier

Klassic Tool Crib, based in Romulus, MI, has more than 75 years experience supplying the aviation, automotive, and marine industries with high-quality tools and accessories. The company, which formed in January, is located near the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. For more information visit

AvFab earns EASA STC approval

AvFab has recently earned a Supplemental Type Certificate for its exclusive one- and two-place divan for the Citation 560 Encore from the European Aviation Safety Agency. AvFab manufactures a Citation Encore one-place divan and two types of Citation Encore two-place divans. The first two-place divan is designed to fit aircraft featuring the RH Forward Slimline galley directly behind the co-pilot, and a second, longer version of the divan for aircraft not featuring this galley configuration. Both versions feature a shoulder harness design that is mounted directly to the divan, so no side-wall modification is necessary.

U.S. Coast Guard joins Aviation Industry Expo

Cygnus Expositions will host the U.S. Coast Guard's Aeronautical Support Equipment Conference as part of the 10th Aviation Industry Expo, March 20-22 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.

More than 70 USCG representatives from all 26 USCG Air Stations, sponsored by USCG Aircraft Repair and Supply Center in Elizabeth City, NC, will be in attendance.

Derco signs agreement with Honeywell

Derco Aerospace Inc. has signed an enhanced five-year aftermarket distribution agreement with Honeywell, one of the world's largest military component providers, to distribute aviation spares and repairs for 60 countries. Under the agreement, Derco will distribute spares and repairs, including end items, new LRUs, accessories, and detail piece parts, for more than 20 Honeywell divisions, supporting all military fixed-wing aircraft worldwide.

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