Aircraft Maintenance Technology

OCT 2018

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60 OCTOBER 2018 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY NEWS Maintenance work will be done at TAT’s landing gear services facility in Greensboro NC, starting Q3 2018. This agreement, covers a fleet of Embraer 175 aircraft. For more information visit www.tat-technologies.com. Flying Colours Bolsters Financial Team Flying Colours has appointed Debbie Ammann, formerly chief financial officer, to senior vice president, Finance & Administration. The position of CFO has been filled by new appointee Alysia Carter. As the company continues to enhance its international presence Ammann will work closely with the senior executive team to ensure commercial efficiency, oversee new financial processes, and coordinate commercial strategy across the existing sites in the U.S., Canada, and Singapore. She will also explore the commercial viability of further international sites. They are both based at the Peterborough, ON, headquarters. King Aerospace Celebrates 25th Anniversary and Boeing Partnership King Aerospace, celebrating its 25th anniversary, offers Part 91, 121, 125, and 135 maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and exterior paint for VIP and VVIP aircraft, specializing in the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ). King Aerospace is finalizing a partnership with Boeing in the U.S. Department of Defense’s Mentor Protégé Program (MPP), designed to help small businesses expand their footprint. The 18-month program involves quarterly meetings at Boeing’s Oklahoma City offices, ongoing counsel through phone calls and emails, and Boeing site visits to Ardmore, OK. To learn more visit KingAerospace.com. StandardAero Cuts Ribbon on New Cincinnati Component Repair Facility StandardAero Component Services recently cut the ribbon on a new 206,000-square-foot repair facility in Cincinnati, nearly doubling its capacity. StandardAero expects to employ 200-300 new technicians over the next 12 to 18 months. Currently, the company has 70+ open positions posted for new jobs in Cincinnati. For more up-to-date news visit www.aviationpros.com IA Library by Tdata IApproach from $325/yr ADs • SBs TCDS • FARs ACs • STCs Desktop Delivery Available 800.783.2827 Tdata.com AviationPros.com/company/10135032 AVANT REGULATORY by Tdata Small and Large AD Libraries $450/yr CD DVD or Desktop Delivery 800.783.2827 Tdata.com AviationPros.com/company/10135032 Preferred Airparts Chosen for value and service 35% to 85% off! New Surplus Aircraft Parts Over 14 million new surplus parts in stock & ready to ship! • Airframe • Piston Engine • Turbine Engine • Continental • Lycoming •Overhauled Rotables • Exhaust Systems • Wheels and Brakes • Overhauled Propellers • Hardware: AN, MS, NAS • Pre-sewn Fabric Envelopes • And More! Free Online Inventory Search www.preferredairparts.com Preferred Airparts, LLC Div. of JILCO Industries, Inc. 800-433-0814 Toll free, U.S. & Canada Tel. 330-698-0280 - Fax. 330-698-3164 sales2@preferredairparts.com We Buy Worldwide Sales Hours: 8:15am to 5:30pm EST AviationPros.com/company/10135963

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