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AvAir | January 23, 2023
For the third consecutive year, an aviation aftermarket customized inventory solution provider AvAir was awarded the No.1 position, "Parts Supplier of the Year" on Airline Economics' Aviation 100, acknowledging it as a global leader and authority in the industry.
The Parts Supplier of the Year award is evaluated according to the following criteria: clients on books/new clients in the last year, parts stocked, locations/employee count, supply and timescale, ability ...
Viasat Inc. | December 20, 2022
Viasat Inc. a global communications company, today announced the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved the company's Ka-band In-flight Connectivity (IFC) solution for Gulfstream G450 aircraft, a large cabin jet often deployed on long-distance, international expeditions. With this supplemental type certificate (STC) awarded by the FAA, Viasat's Ka-band connectivity system is now available on more than twenty platforms, including super mid-cabin through large cabin, long range bus...
Butler National Corporation | January 21, 2022
Butler National Corporation (OTCQB: BUKS) announces that its subsidiary Avcon Industries, Inc., a leading provider of ISR (intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) and special mission solutions for aircraft, received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval for the installation of hard points, also known as provisions for external stores. The hard points are wing-mounted inboard and outboard with an optional cost-effective SATCOM/BLOS Radome on th...
NASA | April 21, 2020
NASA researchers are teaming up with the United States Air Force and industry as part of the NASA Aeronautics Strategic Implementation Plan to continue work on developing a sustainable future for commercial aviation with a goal of reducing fuel burn and thus making airliners of the future more efficient. The work focuses on four core technologies that NASA’s innovators call the four Es: environment, efficiency, electrification, and economy. “These are technologies that will build fro...
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