AVP AMT Daily eNL - May 17th, 2024
 
 
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May 17, 2024
Sustainable cabin technologies include seat cushion sensors to reduce crew workload and smart galley tools to improve efficiency, reduce waste.
May 16—Wichita's largest employer plans to lay off as many as 450 hourly workers in the coming weeks. In an email sent to Spirit AeroSystems employees represented by the Machinists union...
The pause in production of the C-130J for the U.S. military until fiscal year 2027 would be the first in the airplane’s 70-year history.
The legislation includes a requirement for airlines to install 25-hour cockpit voice recorders, or CVRs, on new and existing aircraft — up from two hours currently.
Before FAA certification in March, Gulfstream announced G700 performance enhancements for range, speed and cabin altitude.
The museum's all-volunteer crew maintains a growing number of mostly complete aircraft, fuselage sections, engine units, and a variety of aviation memorabilia. Currently, 15 planes or cockpit pieces dot the airpark grounds behind the museum.