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Sun, Oct 25, 2020

New Textron Program Allows Repair Of Citation CJ Landing Gear

New Program Allows Engineers To Repair The MLG Without Having To Replace It

Textron has responded to a much-requested upgrade in its service programs with a new standard repair process for Cessna Citation CJ series aircraft main landing gear. This solution, which is in the final stages of certification, will allow engineers to repair the MLG without having to replace it, improving cost-effectiveness of operation for customers. Textron is working with Able Aerospace Services Inc., which the company acquired in 2016.

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Sun, Oct 25, 2020

Classic Aero-TV: The Workhorse Surefly-A Different Approach to Future Rotorcraft

From 2017: SureFly Hopes To Put A Manned Quadcopter In Your Driveway…

A prototype of the SureFly, a personal helicopter/VTOL aircraft, was on display in the Innovation Center at AirVenture Oshkosh in July. The aircraft is being designed by The Workhorse Group, a technology company focused on providing sustainable and cost-effective solutions to the commercial transportation sector. Alan Arkus, R&D Mechanical Engineer for Workhorse, developer of the SureFly aircraft, told Aero-News editor Tom Patton that the company wants to bring helicopter technology to a broader audience with an aircraft that is easier to fly than a traditional rotorcraft.

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Sun, Oct 25, 2020

Virtual Drone Conference For Educators Announced

Drone Industry Organizations Collaborate To Support STEM Education

Women And Drones has partnered with GoDrones Group to put on a free, one-day virtual conference targeted toward middle and high school educators who are interested in teaching students about drones. The nationwide conference on November 14th will feature speakers and panelists in the morning and an afternoon of breakout sessions where educators can choose specific topics.

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Sun, Oct 25, 2020

FlightSafety Now Offers King Air 360 Pilot Training In Tampa

Maintenance Courses Will Be Offered In Wichita

FlightSafety Textron Aviation Training now offers King Air 360 pilot training at the Tampa Learning Center, and courses for maintenance technicians, who support the aircraft, at the Wichita Maintenance Learning Center. The advanced technology simulator used to provide the training is qualified to Level D by the FAA. Qualification by other regulatory agencies will be completed based on customer requirements. The Tampa Learning Center also offers training for the King Air 350 Fusion, King Air 250 Fusion, King Air C90GTx, Citation M2, Citation CJ3+, Citation CJ3, Citation XLS+, Citation Latitude and Citation Longitude using a fleet of seven full flight simulators.

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Sat, Oct 24, 2020

Never Enough? Gulfstream Flies Fifth G700 Test Aircraft

Fifth G700 Aircraft Tops Maximum Operating Speed On First Flight, Achieves Mach 0.935

Gulfstream's fifth G700 flight-test aircraft has taken flight, just three weeks after the fourth G700 flew for the first time. “The G700 flight-test program is progressing exceptionally well,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream. “Every day, we come closer to our goal of delivering this revolutionary aircraft to our customers. We are steadily increasing flights, flight hours and the completion of numerous company tests, further raising the bar for business aviation around the world.” 

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Sat, Oct 24, 2020

Classic Aero-TV: A Look At Avidyne GLAS - New Life for Old Jet Panels

From 2018: Avidyne Introduces 'GLAS' At NBAA

The big news from Avidyne at NBAA 2018 was "GLAS" ... the GPS Legacy Aviation System. The GLAS protocol, provides direct interface to legacy avionics systems in these CitationJet aircraft without the exorbitant costs of external adapter boxes or EFIS factory upgrades, according to the company. The company is actively involved in multiple FMS upgrade programs to the venerable Cessna Citation series of aircraft, using their IFD550/545 FMS navigators to provide LPV approach capability, electronic approach charts, wireless connectivity, and ADS-B compliance.

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Sat, Oct 24, 2020

ARSA Fights NTSB ALJ On Behalf of Two Denied Repairmen

ARSA Reports That NTSB Denial 'Is Beside the Point'

On Oct. 13, the NTSB denied ARSA’s attempt to intervene in two cases concerning repairman certificate denials. Administrative Law Judge Stephen R. Woody delivered the denial order to Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C., the association’s management firm providing pro-bono assistance in the legal effort. The matters before the board involve a repair station making recommendations supporting repairmen certificates for supervisors with approval for return to service duties. The FAA denied the recommendations. On Aug. 27, OFM&K filed a motion for leave to intervene on ARSA’s behalf.

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