MSB appoints Dan Desnoyers as new VP Business Development

MSB Group, the Montreal-headquartered aerospace engineering and design company, has appointed Daniel Desnoyers as Vice-President, Business Development, effective immediately. Based in Palm Beach, FL., Desnoyers’ primary responsibilities include developing the MSB business in North America overseeing the sales team in both Montreal, QC and Savannah, GA locations, and streamlining processes to enhance efficiencies across North […]

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Hartzell Receives Voyager Prop STC for Cessna 180/182/185/206 Aircraft Fleet, Building on Backcountry Acceptance of Skywagon/AgCarryall Prop

Hartzell has expanded the eligibility of its popular three-blade aluminum Voyager props. The Voyager is now STC approved for the large fleet of Cessna 180/182/185/206 aircraft, powered by Continental 520 and 550 engines. The Voyager, which has been well received by bush pilots, was previously approved for Cessna’s A185E/F Skywagon and AgCarryall aircraft. “Inspired by […]

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Top Aces Reaches New Heights with Record 90,000 Hours of Accident-Free Flying

Photo above – Eric Smeets Top Aces announced that it recently achieved another industry-leading milestone with 90,000 hours of accident-free flying in support of advanced adversary training for its clients. Since 2005, Top Aces has delivered innovative training services to the world’s leading air forces, earning its reputation for best-in-class standards of safety, airworthiness and […]

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GAMA Announces 2020 Year-End Aircraft Billing and Shipment Numbers

Today, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) presented the 2020 year-end general aviation aircraft billings and shipments report, during its annual State of the Industry press conference. Aircraft deliveries reached a value of $22.8 billion, a decrease compared to $27.8 billion in 2019. Piston airplane deliveries were steady, while turboprop, business jet and helicopter deliveries declined […]

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Mission Aviation Fellowship Lends New, Donated Citabria Aircraft to Prairie Aviation Training Centre

Humanitarian organization Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) has lent its brand new Citabria aircraft to Prairie Aviation Training Centre (PATC) in Three Hills, Alberta. This is the first straight-from-the-factory aircraft that PATC has received, and MAF loaned the aircraft to the flight school to support the training of future aviators. MAF Canada has been partnering with […]

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Daher Expands Global Support Network with MecanAir’s Designation as a Dual Kodiak and TBM Aircraft Service Center

Daher has announced the appointment of Switzerland’s MecanAir SA as an authorized service center for both the Kodiak and TBM turboprop-powered aircraft. Based at Ecuvillens Airport (LSGE) near Fribourg, MecanAir is an EASA Part 145 certificated maintenance and repair station. It has been operating as an authorized Kodiak service center, and the expansion of its […]

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Genetec Lands Multi-Year Changi Airport Group Security Upgrade Project

Singapore’s Changi Airport Group, one of the most innovative and technologically advanced airports in the world, has selected Genetec, Inc. (“Genetec”), a leading technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions to enhance and upgrade its security system. The three-year project, which is expected to be completed by the end of […]

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Israeli Air Force Pilots Share Thrill of Flying, Lessons Learned at New Online Flight Simulator Center of Excellence

The Squadron, the only air force simulator program with Israeli fighter pilots as instructors, announced the launch of their live, online center of excellence program. The program, which is designed for both organizations and individuals, creates a realistic aviation experience that incorporates lessons from the Israel Air Force to promote the ideals and principles it […]

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