Rolls-Royce and Delta Air Lines have entered into the first ever SelectCare services agreement for Trent engines, covering the Trent 800 powering the U.S. carrier’s fleet of Boeing 777 aircraft.
Lessor Aircastle has announced new additions to its airline coverage team.
GE Aviation has named Jean Lydon-Rodgers as the new president and CEO of its services business.
Aircraft repair specialists Marana Aerospace Solutions and Ascent Aviation Services have confirmed plans to merge and form a single MRO entity for widebody and narrowbody jets in North America.
IFS says it is targeting further growth in the aviation maintenance software segment after its acquisition of Canadian MRO software specialist Mxi Technologies last week.
Av-Base plans to further develop and streamline data validation enhancements to its WinAir MRO software in 2017. This year, AV-Base released its newest version of WinAir, reflecting years of research and development.
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.
Werner Aero Services has confirmed plans to further invest in the expansion of its auxiliary power unit (APU) support business in 2017.
IFS has increased its MRO footprint by acquiring Canadian maintenance software specialist Mxi Technologies.