AIM Altitude, has unveiled its new UK faclity at Bournemouth Airport housing all of its cabin interiors division in one building.
GE Aviation has named Jean Lydon-Rodgers as the new president and CEO of its services business.
Pratt & Whitney has obtained joint-type certification from the FAA and EASA for the Airbus A321neo, which is powered by its Geared Turbofan engine option.
Bombardier’s CS300 aircraft has been awarded type validation by the FAA.
The approval means both variants of the CSeries – the CS300 and the smaller CS100 – have been certified by the FAA, EASA and Transport Canada.
It follows the FAA conducting an operational evaluation on the CS100 and CS300 aircraft and determined that both aircraft will share the same pilot type rating.
French precision machining specialist Mecafi has inaugurated its new facility for the building of guide vanes for the CFM LEAP engine program.
South African Airways (SAA) has extended its TotalCare aftermarket agreement with Rolls-Royce to cover the Trent 700 engines powering five of its A330 aircraft that are entering service.
The FAA is issuing an airworthiness directive requiring urgent attention by operators of 787s to avoid the possibility that all three computer modules that manage the jet's flight-control surfaces could briefly stop working in flight.
Embraer has pushed back certification of its E175 E2 regional jet from 2020 to 2021. In a statement the Brazilian manufacturer said it was influenced by recent labor negotiations between US airlines and pilot unions, which didn’t produce hoped-for movement on scope clauses
Spirit AeroSystems has expanded its Wichita facility to support increased production of 737 MAX thrust reversers.
The European Aviation Safety Agency issued an airworthiness directive (AD 2016-0236) that places a life limit on CFM56-5C thrust reversers on certain Airbus A340s.