Monthly Archives: December 2012

NBAA Update #12-53

What’s in Store in 2013? NBAA’s Bolen Looks Ahead IRS Adjusts 2013 Air Transportation Federal Excise Tax Rates FAA Updates Guidance on Part 91 Letters of Authorization More

What’s in Store in 2013? NBAA’s Bolen Looks Ahead

As 2012 drew to a close, NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen said the Association and its Members would need to be vigilant in the coming year, because members of Congress would likely need to find ways to cut costs …

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MRO Spending Picks Up For Older Widebodies

Widebody operators face a new supply and demand paradigm.

Robust Outlook For Landing Gear Overhauls

Gears on Boeing aircraft represent the biggest opportunity for 2013.

MRO Spending Picks Up For Older Widebodies

Widebody operators face a new supply and demand paradigm.

Robust Outlook For Landing Gear Overhauls

Gears on Boeing aircraft represent the biggest opportunity for 2013.

Regulations That Could Affect MRO In 2013

A plethora of regulations, including the long-awaited TSA repair station security rule, that could affect MRO in 2013.

Regulations That Could Affect MRO In 2013

A plethora of regulations, including the long-awaited TSA repair station security rule, that could affect MRO in 2013.

Market Intelligence for 2013

Commercial, defense aerospace set to follow divergent trajectories.

Jeppesen Offers Rapid Decompression Test Results For All iPad Models

FAA Electronic Flight Bag Rapid (EFB) Decompression compliance just got easier for Jeppesen customers using all Apple iPad models.  Jeppesen, a unit of Boeing Flight Services, announced in a press release last November the 4th generation iPad and iPad Mini …

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