ADB SAFEGATE enhances visual docking guidance system to help eliminate gate congestion and increase capacity

The world’s leading provider of advanced visual guidance docking systems fortifies its leadership position with a series of new functions shortening aircraft turnaround times and improving apron and gate safety ADB SAFEGATE is adding advanced new features to its Safedock visual docking guidance system. The enhanced system will help airports increase the number of aircraft […]

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Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Once Again Receives High Bond Ratings

Moody’s Investors Service assigned an Aa3 rating to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport’s senior lien bonds and affirmed the Airport’s outstanding senior (Aa3) and junior (A1) liens. Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services (S&P) also assigned its ‘AA-’ rating on the Airport’s senior lien, affirmed its ‘AA-’ rating on outstanding senior lien bonds, and affirmed its […]

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Young Musician Performs First Solo Flight

The overlap in skills between music and aviation was evident recently at the Piper Memorial Airport, when violinist William Knauth completed his first solo flight at AvSport of Lock Haven. William, 18, a recipient of the Flying Musicians Association Solo Scholarship, completed this landmark achievement after two months of training, with an accumulated 10.2 hours […]

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Duncan Aviation’s Satellite Avionics Facilities to Offer Quick, Flat-Rate LoPresti Light Installations

Duncan Aviation’s satellite avionics shops and workaway stations are collaborating with LoPresti Aviation to offer customers quick, flat-rate installation of the BoomBeam High Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting system on a variety of business aircraft. “We are in the process of developing flat-rate pricing for the BoomBeam lighting system and will be offering these flat rates […]

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Six Arizona Aviation Organizations Speak Out Against Air Traffic Control Privatization

Six leading Arizona aviation groups recently joined with many others nationwide to oppose H.R. 2997, a Bill that would privatize our air traffic control system, putting it in the hands of a private board dominated by commercial airline and private interests. The Arizona Business Aviation Association, Arizona Flight Training Workgroup, Arizona Pilots Association, Aviation Safety […]

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BRS Aerospace Positions Installation Network for Cessna 172/182 Aircraft Parachute Recovery Systems

BRS Aerospace has established a nationwide Cessna Parachute System Authorized Installation Network to handle whole aircraft parachute installations on the sizeable Cessna 172 and 182 single-engine piston powered fleets. “The network of factory-approved installation centers are all equipped and qualified to install the BRS Aerospace whole aircraft parachute recover systems in 172s and 182s providing […]

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