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PLATINUM EQUITY COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF GLOBAL AEROSPACE SUPPLY CHAIN SERVICES PROVIDER UNICAL AVIATION

Platinum Equity | August 19, 2021

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Platinum Equity announced today it has completed the acquisition of Unical Aviation Inc. and certain of the company's affiliates ("Unical"), a leading provider of aircraft parts and components to the global commercial aerospace market, from affiliates of the company's founders. The acquisition includes Unical Aviation, Unical MRO, Unical 145 and Unical Aero. Unical Defense Inc., an affiliate that serves government defense contracts, is not included in the sale to...

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MITSUBISHI HALTS ALL SPACEJET FLYING, PRODUCTION WINDING DOWN TO ZERO

Mitsubishi | June 02, 2020

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The Mitsubishi Aircraft SpaceJet program has halted all flight testing worldwide and is winding down production to zero. The company said it must first meet cost targets and then work out a plan to get a type certificate (TC). Only after the regional jet is declared airworthy will the resumption of manufacturing be considered. Staffing at the home of the program in Nagoya, Japan, will be reduced, Mitsubishi Aircraft said, briefly outlining its plans to Aviation Daily. Despite the retrench...

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BOEING CONFIRMS 2 NEW SOFTWARE UPDATES TO 737 MAX

Skift | April 08, 2020

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Boeing Co said late on Tuesday it will make two new software updates to the 737 MAX’s flight control computer as it works to win regulatory approval to resume flights after the jet was grounded following two fatal crashes in five months. The planemaker confirmed to Reuters that one issue involves hypothetical faults in the flight control computer microprocessor, which could potentially lead to a loss of control known as a runaway stabilizer, while the other issue could potentially lead to ...

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FAA STARTS BOEING 737 MAX TEST FLIGHTS, A MILESTONE IN GETTING THE PLANES BACK IN SERVICE AFTER CRASHES

Boeing | June 29, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration began recertification flights of the Boeing 737 Max on Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal crashes more than a year ago. The 737 Max, Boeing’s bestseller, has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 after the crashes — one in Indonesia and another in Ethiopia — within five months of one another. All 346 people on the flights were killed in the crashes. Boeing has since changed a flight-...

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Platinum Equity | August 19, 2021

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PLATINUM EQUITY COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF GLOBAL AEROSPACE SUPPLY CHAIN SERVICES PROVIDER UNICAL AVIATION

Platinum Equity announced today it has completed the acquisition of Unical Aviation Inc. and certain of the company's affiliates ("Unical"), a leading provider of aircraft parts and components to the global commercial aerospace market, from affiliates of the company's founders. The acquisition includes Unical Aviation, Unical MRO, Unical 145 and Unical Aero. Unical Defense Inc., an affiliate that serves government defense contracts, is not included in the sale to...

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Mitsubishi | June 02, 2020

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MITSUBISHI HALTS ALL SPACEJET FLYING, PRODUCTION WINDING DOWN TO ZERO

The Mitsubishi Aircraft SpaceJet program has halted all flight testing worldwide and is winding down production to zero. The company said it must first meet cost targets and then work out a plan to get a type certificate (TC). Only after the regional jet is declared airworthy will the resumption of manufacturing be considered. Staffing at the home of the program in Nagoya, Japan, will be reduced, Mitsubishi Aircraft said, briefly outlining its plans to Aviation Daily. Despite the retrench...

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Skift | April 08, 2020

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BOEING CONFIRMS 2 NEW SOFTWARE UPDATES TO 737 MAX

Boeing Co said late on Tuesday it will make two new software updates to the 737 MAX’s flight control computer as it works to win regulatory approval to resume flights after the jet was grounded following two fatal crashes in five months. The planemaker confirmed to Reuters that one issue involves hypothetical faults in the flight control computer microprocessor, which could potentially lead to a loss of control known as a runaway stabilizer, while the other issue could potentially lead to ...

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Boeing | June 29, 2020

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FAA STARTS BOEING 737 MAX TEST FLIGHTS, A MILESTONE IN GETTING THE PLANES BACK IN SERVICE AFTER CRASHES

The Federal Aviation Administration began recertification flights of the Boeing 737 Max on Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal crashes more than a year ago. The 737 Max, Boeing’s bestseller, has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 after the crashes — one in Indonesia and another in Ethiopia — within five months of one another. All 346 people on the flights were killed in the crashes. Boeing has since changed a flight-...

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