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Nextant Aerospace | August 18, 2021
Nextant Aerospace today announced that it has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approval of an upgraded software Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for Challenger 604 aircraft with Pro Line Fusion Avionics. The long-awaited software upgrade provides added avionics capabilities to enhance safety and awareness while also helping pilots and operators save time. Nextant is making the upgrade available at no charge for current Challenger 604 Pro Line Fusion operators.
ch-aviation | March 05, 2020
American Airlines announced on February 28 that it will invest USD550 million at its base maintenance facility at Tulsa Int'l. This is the most significant investment ever made at a maintenance location in the carrier’s history and will take seven years to complete. Already the world’s largest commercial aircraft maintenance facility, the new project includes the construction of a new widebody-capable hangar and base support building. The new 18,000sqm hangar will be able to hold...
Chevron | September 08, 2021
Chevron U.S.A. Inc., through its Chevron Products Company division (Chevron), Delta Air Lines (Delta), and Google today announced a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to track sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) test batch emissions data using cloud-based technology.
Sustainable aviation fuel is produced from biofeedstocks that can reduce lifecycle carbon intensity significantly when compared to conventional jet fuel. The companies hope to create a common, more transparent model for an...
Simple Flying | February 13, 2020
Southwest Airlines, the largest operator of the 737 MAX, has revised its expectations to say that it will not include the troubled aircraft in schedules until August. Previously the airline had said it hoped the plane would return by 6 June. The continued grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX jet is causing an ongoing issue for several airlines. None more so than Southwest, which has 34 grounded MAX aircraft and 310 on order, making it the operator of the largest fleet of MAX aircraft....
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