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AERADVISE ADDS ADDITIONAL AIRCRAFT TYPES TO PART-CAMO APPROVAL AND RECEIVES AIRWORTHINESS REVIEW PRIVILEGES

AerAdvise | December 22, 2021

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AerAdvise are pleased to announce they have extended the part-CAMO Terms of Approval to include the following aircraft types; B737 MAX, A319/A320/A321 NEO, A330, A350, B787, ATR 42, ATR 72, E190, E195 and Bombardier Q400. These approvals are in addition to the existing approvals for B737 NG and A318/A319/A320/A321. The AerAdvise CAMO approval now includes the authorisation to perform Airworthiness Reviews on each of these aircraft types. "We would...

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BIG TECH AND AVIATION COMPANIES TO SET STANDARDS FOR NEW DRONE-TRACKING SYSTEM

Federal Aviation Administration | May 07, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration announced the vendors chosen to develop the underlying technology and standards for tracking drones and their pilots as part of a new regulatory regime and marketplace. In December, the agency issued a proposed rule to establish a system for remotely identifying unmanned aerial vehicles more colloquially known as drones called Remote ID. The rule created a framework for tagging drones with unique radio wave identifiers that are broadcast directl...

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UNITED WARNS IT WILL LAY OFF 20 PERCENT OF ITS PILOTS WITHOUT MORE U.S. AID

United Airlines | August 27, 2020

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United Airlines is preparing for the biggest pilot furloughs of its history after announcing on Thursday the need to cut 2,850 pilot jobs this year, or about 21% of the total, without further U.S. government aid. Airlines, reeling from the devastating impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on air travel, have asked the U.S. government for another $25 billion to cover employee payroll through March. The first tranche, which banned any job cuts until Oct. 1, expires at the end of Septembe...

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ALPINE AIR EXPRESS, A PORTFOLIO COMPANY OF AE INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS, ACQUIRES SUBURBAN AIR FREIGHT, INC.

Alpine Air Express | April 19, 2022

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Alpine Air Express, Inc., a leading regional air cargo carrier providing critical air infrastructure supporting a wide range of integrated logistics operations throughout North America, announced that it has acquired Suburban Air Freight Inc. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. This strategic addition marks Alpine's second acquisition since becoming a portfolio company of AE Industrial Partners, LP ("AEI"), a private equity firm specializing in aerospace, de...

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BUSINESS AVIATION

AERADVISE ADDS ADDITIONAL AIRCRAFT TYPES TO PART-CAMO APPROVAL AND RECEIVES AIRWORTHINESS REVIEW PRIVILEGES

AerAdvise | December 22, 2021

AerAdvise are pleased to announce they have extended the part-CAMO Terms of Approval to include the following aircraft types; B737 MAX, A319/A320/A321 NEO, A330, A350, B787, ATR 42, ATR 72, E190, E195 and Bombardier Q400. These approvals are in addition to the existing approvals for B737 NG and A318/A319/A320/A321. The AerAdvise CAMO approval now includes the authorisation to perform Airworthiness Reviews on each of these aircraft types. "We would...

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BIG TECH AND AVIATION COMPANIES TO SET STANDARDS FOR NEW DRONE-TRACKING SYSTEM

Federal Aviation Administration | May 07, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration announced the vendors chosen to develop the underlying technology and standards for tracking drones and their pilots as part of a new regulatory regime and marketplace. In December, the agency issued a proposed rule to establish a system for remotely identifying unmanned aerial vehicles more colloquially known as drones called Remote ID. The rule created a framework for tagging drones with unique radio wave identifiers that are broadcast directl...

Read More
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UNITED WARNS IT WILL LAY OFF 20 PERCENT OF ITS PILOTS WITHOUT MORE U.S. AID

United Airlines | August 27, 2020

United Airlines is preparing for the biggest pilot furloughs of its history after announcing on Thursday the need to cut 2,850 pilot jobs this year, or about 21% of the total, without further U.S. government aid. Airlines, reeling from the devastating impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on air travel, have asked the U.S. government for another $25 billion to cover employee payroll through March. The first tranche, which banned any job cuts until Oct. 1, expires at the end of Septembe...

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CARGO MANAGEMENT

ALPINE AIR EXPRESS, A PORTFOLIO COMPANY OF AE INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS, ACQUIRES SUBURBAN AIR FREIGHT, INC.

Alpine Air Express | April 19, 2022

Alpine Air Express, Inc., a leading regional air cargo carrier providing critical air infrastructure supporting a wide range of integrated logistics operations throughout North America, announced that it has acquired Suburban Air Freight Inc. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. This strategic addition marks Alpine's second acquisition since becoming a portfolio company of AE Industrial Partners, LP ("AEI"), a private equity firm specializing in aerospace, de...

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