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Sun, Dec 09, 2018

Government Of Canada Investing In Safety At Fort Chipewyan Airport

Will Rehabilitate The Airfield Lighting System

The Honourable Marc Garneau (pictured), Canada's Minister of Transport, has announced a $1.588 million (Canadian) investment to rehabilitate the airfield lighting system at the Fort Chipewyan Airport in Alberta.

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Sun, Dec 09, 2018

Abaco Names Dualos As Distributor For Test And Simulation Avionics Products

Company Plans To Expand In High Growth Avionics Areas

Abaco has appointed Dualos LLC as an authorized distributor for Abaco's extensive range of avionics products in the test and simulation market. Dualos has a market focus on, and far-reaching expertise in, test and simulation, and will initially serve the North American market. The company plans to expand in high growth avionics areas.

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Sat, Dec 08, 2018

OIG: FAA Remains Years Away From A Standardized Controller Scheduling Tool

Also Faces Significant Challenges Before Benefits Of Such A Tool Can Be Realized

The FAA employs over 14,000 air traffic controllers to operate 314 air traffic control facilities nationwide. As inefficient facility scheduling can lead to staffing issues and increased overtime costs, in July 2016, FAA and the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) agreed to implement a commercially available tool, Operational Planning and Scheduling (OPAS), to standardize scheduling practices at all air traffic facilities.

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Fri, Dec 07, 2018

Champion Aerospace Recalls Magnetos In New Service Bulletin

Recalls All 4300 And 4700 Series Slick Magneto Distributor Gears With Copper Electrodes

On November 12, 2018, Champion Aerospace released a revised version of Slick Service Bulletin SB1-15 (entitled SB1-15A) recalling all 4300 and 4700 series Slick magneto distributor gears it manufactured with copper electrodes over eight years from September 26, 2008, through September 1, 2016. Champion identified a condition in distributor gears causing loosening of the copper electrode.

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