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Aviation Pros | March 19, 2020
Honeywell Forge provides business aviation customers with an easy-to-use, integrated dashboard that sends real-time alerts on connectivity issues and flight plan changes. With full visibility into their services, customers can use the platform to tap into data that helps flight departments troubleshoot and fix issues as soon as they arise. Based on these insights, Honeywell Forge can improve the passenger connectivity experience, help manage profitability and give flight departments a better und...
S&K Technologies, Inc. | October 31, 2022
S&K Aerospace, LLC (SKA) has been awarded a prime contract by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Land and Maritime to support U.S. Army vehicle maintenance at Red River Army Depot (RRAD) in Texarkana, Texas. SKA will serve as the Industrial Product-Support Vendor providing bin and line-side delivery of bench stock items for maintenance and production lines. RRAD specializes in building and rebuilding ground support vehicles used by the military around the world. At RRAD, SKA will perform int...
Businesswire | May 18, 2023
Reliable Robotics, a leader in safety-enhancing aircraft automation systems, provided a demonstration during the recent Golden Phoenix readiness exercise at Travis Air Force Base (AFB). This exercise demonstrated capabilities that will help the United States Air Force (USAF) modernize and project safe, rapid, global mobility. During the flight, Reliable’s remotely operated aircraft system was engaged for an end-to-end automated mission including auto-taxi, auto-takeoff, climbout and ...
Simple Flying | April 16, 2020
The CEO of one of the world’s biggest airlines, American Airlines, is sticking to his guns with their Boeing 737 MAX orders. The airline has 76 MAXs on order, due to join its current fleet of 24 MAXs. But despite the challenges facing Boeing’s MAX program, American Airlines, and the wider aviation industry, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker isn’t planning to defer any 737 MAX deliveries....
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