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Sikorsky Helitech and FSI team to offer training in Australia

Sikorsky Helitech has announced the signing of an agreement with FlightSafety International to provide maintenance training for customers in the Asia Pacific area.

Hawker Pacific Cairns first with new approval

A Cairns-based aviation maintenance and repair organisation has become the first in Australia to be granted an approval under new air safety regulations.

BCS gains US accreditation for innovative technology

US aviation consultancy, BNP Associates, has named New Zealand’s BCS Group an approved supplier of high tech baggage handling system controls.

Universal opens second FBO in Australia

Universal Aviation has opened its second location in Australia at Perth Airport.

Oxford Aviation Academy expands training capability to Singapore

Oxford Aviation Academy has further developed its training capability in Asia through securing full Flight Training Organisation approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore.

Airbus expands its after-market capability with acquisition of Satair

Airbus has purchased after-market specialist Satair to enhance its own service offering in aircraft material management.

Alternative screening technology demonstrated to Australia's airports

Sydney Airport has hosted a demonstration of a new compact concealed object detection system that promises to be a cost-effective alternative.

Phenom 300 receives Australian type certificate

Embraer has received Type Certification from Australia's CASA, for the Phenom 300 light jet to operate in the country.

Execujet Australasia gets highest safety accreditation

ExecuJet Australasia has officially been accredited as the first BARS fixed-wing operator in the world with zero findings.

Airbus furthers fuel cell technology

Airbus is engaged in developing emission-free ground operations via fuel cell technology.

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