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New SAIB Issued on Heading Information Maintenance Errors

11.17.14 | 12:01 PM

 According to a new Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB) issued this week by the FAA, there continues to be a growing

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Learjet 40 & Learjet 45 Coupe Rail Recurring Inspection Update

11.13.14 | 10:16 AM

 In the 4800 Hour Inspection (5-15-00), IRN U5323168 calls out the following:

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Falcon: Passenger O2 Masks Life Limit

11.13.14 | 10:10 AM

The Chapter 5 service life limitation for Passenger O2 masks has been removed. Keep reading to learn the new inspection schedule.

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Don’t Blame Your Aircraft's Battery

11.13.14 | 10:08 AM

An aircraft’s battery is one of the highest-maintenance components on board. Not many other items are due every three months or 100 hours. And for organizations with heavy flight schedules, such as charter services or air ambulances, batteries could require the aircraft to be down nearly every month.

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NextGen Mandate Timeline & Cost Benefit Analysis

11.13.14 | 10:08 AM

Transitioning the safety of the skies from ground-based tracking systems to satellite-based systems of air traffic control requires new standards and upgraded avionics equipment.

We put together a timeline to help you see what mandates may apply to your aircraft and when.

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Know the New Part 145

11.12.14 | 01:45 PM

 The new repair station rule is effective on November 10, 2014.

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"Serious" Victory for FAA and Repair Stations

11.07.14 | 09:34 AM

 Thanks to a coalition of aviation trade associations and the responsiveness of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) will retain seven important l

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USAIG Announce New ‘Never Events’ Maintenance Technician Program

11.05.14 | 10:48 AM

 Convergent Performance and USAIG proudly announced the success of their collaboration in the USAIG Performance Vector program with a new program specifically for aviation maintenance professi

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