Cessna’s Kelly Reich Introduces the Citation Parts Distribution Service
Every year, Cessna invests crucial time and assets to provide their customers with the utmost service. In order to provide this service to Citation owners and operators, Cessna created a worldwide network of nine Cessna-owned Citation Service Centers and 24 Authorized Citation Service Centers. At each center, expert Citation technicians can provide specialized services including on-ground support and phase inspections, avionic and airframe modifications, damage repair, engine overhauls, hot section inspections, interior refurbishment, and exterior painting.
KAM Restoration Expert, Ed Scott, Explains His Interest in Antique
The Kansas Aviation Museum is more than just a showcase for Wichita’s rich aviation history; it is history. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the museum is housed in Wichita’s original municipal airport terminal. Dedicated on March 31st, 1935, the Wichita Municipal Airport served as a major mid-continent stopover for commercial operations as the last stop before crossing the Rockies to Denver or Los Angeles. At its peak in 1944, the airport was one of the busiest in the nation with take-offs or landings occurring every 90 seconds. Wandering the museum, visitors are immediately transported back to the glory days of aviation, surrounded b
Boeing said Friday that it will accelerate planned rate
increases on both the 777 and 747 programs. The accelerated rate
increases will support increasing customer demand in the recovering
Sikorsky and its Polish subsidiary PZL Mielec announced the
completion of final assembly on the first S-70i Black Hawk
helicopter Monday, an international variant of the Black Hawk
helicopter. This new international variant is the first Black Hawk
helicopter assembled in Europe using a global supply chain.
Fantasy Of Flight Welcomes Author Susan Butler For Living
History Symposium Luncheon March 26 To Benefit Girls Inc.
Fantasy of Flight has just announced that Susan Butler, the
author of the biography "East to the Dawn: The Life of Amelia
Earhart" which was adapted for the movie, will serve as a special
guest moderator for its March 26 luncheon honoring the WASP-Women
Airforce Service Pilots.
Teams Will Be On The Ground At NCAA, Masters, KY
Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC)
announced Thursday that it will deploy its Quick Response
Teams to support Hawker Beechcraft owners and operators at
the NCAA Men's Final Four in Indianapolis, IN, the Masters
Golf Tournament in Augusta, GA, and the Kentucky Derby in
Final Preparations Being Make For Free Air Show Featuring Blue
With a little over a week remaining before Naval Air Station
(NAS) Kingsville opens its gates for the 2010 Wings Over South
Texas air show, March 26-28, base officials are making final
preparations for the event and double-checking everything to ensure
the command is ready.
AFA-CWA Launches Public Campaign To End Carry-On Crunch
The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA-CWA) have released
the results of a recent membership survey in which one out of two
flight attendants witnessed carry-on items falling from overhead
bins in the previous 60 days.
"I have read all kinds of opinions about me, my actions
and my wife’s actions in the last 2 years and have had to
remain tight lipped. I did not like this feeling but accepted
that if I were to have a chance of getting another job I still had
to lay low. Now that I have to accept that it appears as
though I am unemployable as a commercial pilot I have nothing to
lose in publicly stating what has happened with regard my job
search since leaving BA."
Source: Peter Burkill describing his search for
employment after leaving British Airways.