Peregrine and Lee Aerospace Partner to Offer STCs for Installation of Aviation Clean Air’s Cabin Air Decontamination System in G-IV/GIV-SP

Peregrine and Lee Aerospace have joined forces during this time of COVID-19 to deliver Aviation Clean Air System installation data and Supplemental Type Certificates (STC’s) for aircraft not currently covered by ACA’s STC’s. The ACA system has been installed aftermarket in the Gulfstream G650/550/450 family of aircraft for the past five years. Peregrine is in…

Textron’s SkyCourier Marks First Flight

Textron Aviation completed the successful first flight of its new twin utility turboprop, the Cessna SkyCourier. The flight is a signifies  movement toward entry into service for the clean-sheet aircraft. The flight also marks the beginning of the flight test program to validate the performance of the Cessna SkyCourier. “Today was an exciting day for…

Aerospace Parts Manufacturer S.S. White Technologies Harnesses its Design and Production Expertise to Make and Donate Cloth Masks to Protect Against COVID-19

S.S. White Technologies, the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of flexible shafts and related assemblies, has shown its creative and fighting spirits by setting up a quick production line to make face masks and distribute them free of cost. S.S. White Technologies makes components for aircraft systems. Its parts are used in 95…

AOne Brings New Trader To The Team

AOne Parts & Logistics announced that Ryen Shultz will be joining the global service and support provider as a full time trader. Schultz has been in aviation since enlisting in the United States Army in 2014 as a CH-47 mechanic. During his time in the military he was stationed at Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska…

WAI to Host Virtual Connect Lunch

In lieu of the annual WAI Connect Lunch held at Sun ‘n Fun each year in Lakeland, Florida, Women in Aviation International (WAI), will hold a virtual Connect Event on Friday, May 8 at Noon EDT.  Sponsored by Piedmont Airlines, the panel features an impressive lineup of female leaders and role models in aviation, with stories…

Summit Aviation Celebrates 60 Years of Service

In 1960, Dwight D. Eisenhower was President of the United States, Johnny Cash played the first of his many free concerts behind bars, and on this day, May 6, 1960, Summit Aviation, the oldest, continuous operating aircraft company in the state of Delaware was founded by Richard “Kip” Dupont. In the sixty years since its…

NBAA Downsizing Staff to Address COVID-19 Challenges

National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen says the group will make a significant reduction to the organization’s workforce, both to address challenges raised by the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, and “to retain a sharp focus on advocacy, strategic communications, operational support, the production of NBAA-BACE and other events, and other…

WireMasters Now Offering Build-to-Order QPL Mil-Spec Connectors

Recently, WireMasters says they have observed a high demand from customers seeking assistance in finding parts to complete wiring harnesses—especially connectors. To respond to this demand, WireMasters invested in a 30,000 square foot, value-add facility in Mexicali, Mexico to both stock and build-to-order Qualified Product Listed (QPL) mil-spec connectors. New, empty shelves wouldn’t be of…