Britannica Knowledge Systems Launches “Fox for Flight Schools”

Britannica Knowledge Systems has launched a new training management solution dedicated to the distinct business needs of flight schools. The solution, Fox for Flight Schools, leverages the Fox training management system’s robust aviation features (currently serving United Airlines, American Airlines, Boeing and other large entities) to support and optimize the special processes of flight schools. […]

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Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission Seeks Aviation Program Manager

OKLAHOMA AERONAUTICS COMMISSION AVIATION PROGRAM MANAGER UNCLASSIFIED BASIC PURPOSE: The mission of the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission is to promote aviation, which includes fostering the growth and safety of the State’s publicly owned public-use airports. This position will report to and assist the Deputy Director as assigned in the performance of planning and programming airport improvement […]

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State approves $300,000 in funding for improvements to the Denver City, TX Airport

   The Texas Transportation Commission approved approximately $300,000 in funding to make improvements to the Denver City Airport during its June meeting. The funds will be used for planned airport enhancements including the engineering and designs for pavement improvements. A project consultant will be selected this summer.    The project is being funded through the […]

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Baker Forms New Aviation Services Group, Names Industry Veteran Ray Goyco, Jr., CEO

Baker Aviation, a full-service aircraft maintenance, management and charter company at Fort Worth, Meacham International Airport (KFTW), has formed Baker Aviation Services Group, LLC and announced Ray Goyco, Jr. will be leading the newly formed entity as Chief Executive Officer. The Baker Aviation Services Group will focus on managing current strategic partnerships, contractual management, and […]

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Airline Passenger Bill of Rights Comes Into Effect in Canada – Guide to Help Travelers Exercise Their Air Travel Rights Published

Airline passengers now have rights set out in black and white in the Air Passenger Protection Regulations, a passenger bill of rights that partially entered into effect on July 15 and covers cancelled and delayed flights, lost baggage, and other travel mishaps. CAA-Quebec campaigned to make sure the new regulations would reflect public needs and […]

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Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics Named Trig Avionics Dealer

Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics announced it is now an Approved Trig Dealer. This agreement builds upon the companies’ existing and long-standing service partnership. Mid-Continent was named Trig’s exclusive North American Service Center in 2013 and has been providing Trig customers with technical support and repair services for more than six years. Trig’s full line of […]

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