Arkwin, a subsidiary of The TransDigm Group, manufactures custom-designed, precision hydraulic and fuel-system components for civil and military fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, spacecraft, turbine engines, and other special applications.
The new officers are: T. James Buchanan, CAM, director – flight operations administration for AT&T, who will serve as chair; and Rick Mrkacek, CAM, manager, flight operations at Country Financial, who will serve as secretary/treasurer.
Jet Aviation presented the spectacular vehicle to former Army Sgt. Nathan Shumaker of Herculaneum, MO, to restore some of the mobility lost when the soldier’s left leg was amputated because of wounds from combat in Afghanistan.
Visitors at the NBAA Convention and Exhibition can learn about PRC(R) PR-2870 Class B sealant at the PPG booth 5035 during the event Oct. 21-23 in Orlando, Florida, at the Orange County Convention Center.
ES-A will provide Provincial Aerospace with comprehensive engine repair and overhaul support for the P&WC PT6A and JT15D series engines from its P&WC Distributor and Designated Overhaul Facility (DDOF) located in Summerside, Prince Edward Island
CITGO is sponsoring the purchase of replica Congressional Gold Medals to be awarded to CAP World War II veterans who will travel to Washington, D.C., for the medal presentation, as well as the celebratory reception/dinner.
Vice President Joe Biden and Gov. Andrew Cuomo met Monday. A design competition will be held to update the city's two airports. The competition will begin in 30 days and last 60 days. Three finalists will receive $500,000.
Airport President Terry Hart said he'll try to convince United to expand service by showing the growth this year in Chattanooga Airport passenger boardings. September boardings climbed 13.8 percent over a year ago
By 2034, flights to, from and within China will account for some 1.3 billion passengers, 856 million more than this year's total, with an average annual growth rate of 5.5%, according to a newly released projection by IATA
Palm Beach International Airport officials on Tuesday will ask the county for permission to spend $42 million to replace the airport's outdated baggage handling and explosive detection systems to make them safer and more efficient.
According to a SITA survey, improving passenger experience remains the single most important driving force for IT investment for 68% of the airports, with reducing the cost of business operations coming in second at 39%.