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JSSI, SierraTrax | June 30, 2021
Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), the premier independent supplier of business aviation maintenance support and financial services, announced today the purchase of SierraTrax, a pioneer in aircraft maintenance tracking.
SierraTrax, via its modern technology interface, offers maintenance tracking software for commercial airplanes all around the globe. The SierraTrax platform is widely utilized by Cessna, Beechcraft, and Hawker operators as a Textron Aviation approved supplier of m...
CDB Aviation | March 02, 2023
On March 01, 2023, China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co., Ltd. an Irish subsidiary, CDB Aviation, announced it has completed the final delivery of five new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft in a series as a part of a leaseback transaction and sale contract with the Sultanate of Oman, Oman Air, the national airline.
The aircraft, equipped with CFM Leap 1B27 engines and configured with 12 business class and 150 economy class seats, will support the airline's continuously expand...
Sine Draco Aviation Technology, Ltd | October 14, 2020
Sine Draco Aviation Technology today announced it received certification to the AS9100 Rev. D quality management standard at their North American headquarters in Bellevue, WA. The AS9100D approval also includes certification to the ISO9001:2015 standard. Sine Draco's AS9100 certification supports its plans for development, management and execution of large-scale aviation projects, including aircraft design, modification and certification for passenger to freighter conversion and aircraft sto...
Boeing | July 24, 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday instructed airlines to inspect some stored Boeing 737 planes for corrosion that could lead to engine shutdowns as hundreds of aircraft remain idled because of a drop in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The order for inspections on planes that have not been operated for a week or more will impact about 2,000 jets in the U.S., the FAA said. The orders do not relate to the Boeing 737 Max, which has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 af...
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