Oklahoma Airports to Receive $15M in Coronavirus Relief

A new program by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is set to begin distributing nearly $15.2 million dollars to several Oklahoma airports. The Airport Coronavirus Response Grant Program (ACRGP) is part of the Federal Governments latest Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriation Act (CRRSAA). Oklahoma will have $15,198,519 to distribute to 77 Oklahoma airports, including […]

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Citadel Ready to Dig Aircraft Towing Systems’ Underground Channel at Oklahoma’s Ardmore Industrial Airpark

Citadel Construction is ready to move tons of earth for Aircraft Towing Systems World Wide (ATS) and build the prototype for the company’s test site at the Ardmore Industrial Airpark in Ardmore, Oklahoma. Citadel Construction President Michael Shoemaker said he will work with several Oklahoma subcontractors to build the ATS underground-channel project, including Eyestone Steel […]

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Intercontinental Jet Service Corp Awarded MU-2 STC for Scimitar Hartzell Props with Extended TBO

Intercontinental Jet Service Corp (IJSC), Tulsa, has obtained a Supplemental Type Certificate for Hartzell Propeller’s scimitar four-blade aluminum prop installations on MU-2 twin-engine aircraft. Models covered include more than 260 MU-2B, -26A, -40, -36A, and -60 aircraft built by Mitsubishi. The STC by IJSC, a Hartzell Propeller Recommended Service Facility, replaces the previous Hartzell steel […]

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Retired OAC Director Victor Bird Named COO of Aircraft Towing Systems

Longtime Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission (OAC) Director Victor Bird, a recognized state and national aviation leader who retired as a public servant on Nov. 1, has been named chief operating officer for Aircraft Towing Systems (ATS) World Wide LLC. ATS Vice President/Chief Executive Officer Vince Howie said he’s been impressed with Bird’s significant leadership and management […]

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Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology Expands Fleet with Purchase of 32 New Piper Trainers

Piper Aircraft and Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology announced the expansion of its aircraft fleet with the purchase of 32 new Piper trainers to meet the future demand for certified pilots in the United States. State and local officials joined Spartan College and Piper Aircraft leaders for the historic delivery of the 5000th Piper […]

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