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          • Bell Textron has restarted UH-1Y helicopter production for Crestview Aerospace as a part of the US Department of Defense contract signed in 2020. Accordingly Bell has completed manufacturing the first of eight cabins at Crestview Florida facility. The aircraft will complete its final assembly at the Bell Amarillo Assembly Center.

            Bell starts production of UH-1Y helicopters for Crestview Aerospace
          • Liebherr-Aerospace has built up an international service network of partners in order to improve the operational availability of heat transfer equipment. The company has established test and cleaning capabilities as close as possible to flight operations around the globe. Together with Liebherr-Aerospace, those partners assure unique OEM quality with highest product reliability.

            HAECO Group joins Liebherr Aerospace network to improve availability of heat transfer equipment
          • Russian Helicopters will deliver three Ka-62 helicopters to Gazprombank Leasing. Currently, the Ka-62 helicopter is finalizing a flight test program and certification is expected by the end of 2021, which will allow starting aircraft serial production.

            Russian Helicopter to deliver three ‘Ka-62’ to Gazprombank Leasing post testing and certification
          • Wright International has signed a partnership with Flair Airlines to cover line maintenance for their fleet of13 Boeing B737 MAX 8 aircraft at Toronto Pearson Airport and the Region of Waterloo International Airport. The services will include transit and overnight services as well as A checks in dedicated hangar space.This is an important milestone securing long-term partnership in a strategic expansion plan and ensuring rapid development of operations in North America. The contract represents the mutual approach and values of both companies, with a focus on efficiency and quality.

            Flair Airlines signs Wright International to cover line maintenance of 13 B737 MAX
          • Air Manas, a low-cost operator based in Kyrgyzstan, has selected Airbus’ Flight Hour Services (FHS) for component maintenance services in support of their new A220 leased fleet.  As first A220 operator in the CIS Air Manas will also become the first Airbus customer for components Flight Hour Services in the region. 

            Air Manas signs Airbus FHS for component maintenance of their new A220 leased fleet
          • Contrail Aviation Support announced the appointment of Richard Averitt as Director of Financial Planning and Analysis. In his role, Mr. Averitt will focus on assessing, establishing and enhancing CAS’s financial and technical modeling processes, leveraging both his comprehensive leasing and finance experience and his extensive knowledge of the commercial aviation industry.

            Richard Averitt joins Contrail Aviation as Director of Financial Planning and Analysis
          • Smartavia has signed a multi-year agreement with Lufthansa Technik covering extensive component services (Total Component Support). This new contract governs supply for Smartavia’s latest fleet of Airbus A320neo aircraft over a period of six years. Service has started in May 2021, the contract includes up to ten aircraft that Smartavia currently plans to operate. 

            Smartavia signs Lufthansa Technik for extensive component support for Airbus A320neo
          • Elbit Systems and SWISSto12 signed a long-term cooperation agreement for the development and production of 3D-printed RF antennas and subsystems for Elbit Systems’ Naval EW programs in several countries. The successful industrialization of SWISSto12’s unique 3D printing technology for serial production in the aerospace and defense industries assures high-performance and cost effective solutions.

            Elbit Systems sign up with SWISSto12 for 3D printed RF antennas for Naval EW programs
          • MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg has received German aviation authority (LBA) approval for the CFM56-7B and inducted the first engine of this type. It is now the third facility within the MTU Maintenance network capable of servicing this engine type and plans to ramp up to at least 50 engines per year in the coming years. 

            German Aviation Authority grants approval to MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg facility for CFM56-7B engine repairs
          • Alaska Airlines has teamed up with AAR Corp to create a Flow through Program for aviation maintenance technicians in the future.  The program is the first of its kind between an airline and an aviation services provider to focus on education and career training and recruit new workers from diverse backgrounds.

            Alaska and AAR team up to create ‘Flow through program’ for future AMEs
          • Magnetic MRO has integrated their line maintenance capabilities with Direct Maintenance. In January 2021, Magnetic MRO started the movement of its Tallinn based line maintenance, together with respective outstations, under Direct Maintenance. After the integration, the group’s line maintenance capabilities extends to providing services in 20+ stations globally, it covers an impressive 70+ aircraft and engine combinations, including A320NEO, A350-900/1000, A380. B787, B747-8, as well as progress into new generation of aircraft, covering Airbus A330NEO and Boeing B777-X, and gearing up for further expansion on stations internationally.

            Magnetic MRO integrates line maintenance capabilities with Direct Maintenance
          • Airbus has delivered the first A350 from its widebody completion & delivery centre in Tianjin (C&DC), China, taking additional steps in the expansion of its global footprint and long-term strategic partnership with China. The A350-900 aircraft was delivered to China Eastern Airlines, the largest Airbus operator in Asia and second largest in the world. At the end of June 2021, China Eastern Airlines operated an Airbus fleet of 413 aircraft, including 349 A320 Family aircraft, 55 A330 Family aircraft and nine A350 aircraft.

            Airbus delivered first A350 from Tianjin center in China to China Eastern Airlines
          • Ethiopian Airlines Group had signed a multi-year large component support agreement with OEMServices, for the airlines’ A350 fleet. With the support of major Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), OEM Service’s Original Integrated Services will cover the Pool Access, 24/7 from its Dubai facility, Engineering and Repair Services fleet of Airbus A350-900 aircraft.

            Ethiopian signs multi-year component support agreement with OEM Services for A350 support
          • Dassault Aviation recently delivered its first Rafale to Hellenic Air ForceThis first delivery comes successfully only after six months following the signature of the Contract for the acquisition of 18 Rafale.The Rafale will provide the HAF with a latest-generation multirole fighter, enabling the Hellenic Republic to ensure its geostrategic stance in full sovereignty.

            DASSAULT AVIATION delivers its first Rafale to Greece
          • TAE Aerospace recently achieved Initial Depot Capability (IDC) requirements for the repair of the Pratt & Whitney F135 engine fan and power modules, which power all three variants of the 5th Generation F-35 Lightning II fighter aircraft. With this achievement, TAE Aerospace’s F135 MRO facility in Australia becomes the first operational F135 engine depot in the Asia-Pacific region and has begun supporting the repair of fan and power modules for the fleet.

            TAE Aerospace achieves Initial Depot Capability for repair of Pratt’s F135 engine fan and power modules

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