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Honeywell launches voice system for maintenance

Honeywell's Vococollect allows technicians to input data through a microphone during maintenance procedures.

Voice data system frees technicians from hand-written data entry.

Quickstep edges closer to net profit

Aerospace and automotive composite components manufacturer, Quickstep Holdings made an operating profit for the half year to December 31 of $800,000 compared to an operating loss of $3 million in the previous corresponding period on the back of ramped up production of the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) and the C-130J Hercules.

NZ company to repair Vanuatu's airport tarmac

Rain puddles such as these at Vanuatu's Bauerfield Airport now have to be cleared.

New Zealand infrastructure construction company Fulton Hogan has been contracted to do emergency repairs at Vanuatu's Bauerfield International Airport after key airlines stopped flying there last month because of tarmac safety concerns.

Shot of capital for metal fatigue monitoring company

(Sydney Airport)

Perth-based, ASX-listed Structural Monitoring Systems (SMS), the only company in the world with commercially approved technology to detect metal fatigue on planes in real time, has raised $3.7 million.

Quickstep reports strong second quarter sales

Aerospace and automotive composite components manufacturer, Quickstep is forecasting sales of $48 million for the 2016 financial year.

SSP builds profile at Sydney Airport

SSP will operate three new outlets at Sydney's T2 terminal.

APA extends engines contracts

APA will continue supporting GET700 engines.

Reel Tech customises for major airline

Reel Tech has rolled out a new line of customised aviation reels.

Eagle Copters expands facility

Eagle Copters Australasia has opened a new maintenance facility.

SMS signs agreement with Sikorsky

Australia's SMS has announced the signing of a non-disclosure agreement with Sikorsky.

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