Henry Canaday

Henry Canaday
Articles
Global Regulatory Update, March 19-25.
A concise overview of the latest major airworthiness directives from around the world.
ARSA Members Get International Regulatory Briefing
It’s one world now in aviation maintenance, even if some nations are a bit grumpy about the world
STS Expands Line, MRO Services
New line stations on the agenda in 2017, says U.S. maintenance specialist.
Ultramain Helps Exploit Big Aircraft Data
Ultramain has provided the maintenance and engineering software for Cathay Pacific Airways. Its electronic logbook (ELB) application installed on A350 Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs) helped Cathay with the new aircraft’s entry into service
TAP Eyes Growth In Europe And Beyond
TAP Maintenance & Engineering has some interesting growth opportunities as a low-labor-cost provider in a mature but substantial European market and as a participant, through its Brazilian subsidiary, in a younger, smaller but more rapidly growing Latin market
Augmented Reality Could Help Close Skill Gap In Maintenance
More qualified technicians in a distant location could help mechanics on the scene complete tasks through augmented reality or virtual reality tools.
Sharing Data For Predictive Maintenance
Aircraft maintenance data sharing opens questions about ownership, value and security.
Regulatory Update, Mar. 5-Mar 12.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia has issued a discussion paper 1610AS to consider the most appropriate very high frequency radio band for pilots to use at low level in Class G airspace
Better Maintenance Helps Delta Win Customers, Revenue and Profit
Delta Air Lines A330 Airlines Better Maintenance Helps Delta Win Customers, Revenue and Profit Delta TechOps division a key contributor to U.S. airline group.
Trax Stays Busy in Fast-Changing MRO Software Market
Software provider released new web-based version of program last year.
Aircraft Data Ownership Debate Is Ongoing
The continuing shift to data-based predictive maintenance brings rewards and challenges. Richard Brown, a principal at ICF’s aerospace practice, estimates $3 billion in potential maintenance savings alone
Regulatory Update, Feb 26-Mar 5
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia is accepting submissions for review of matters covering aircraft maintenance engineer licenses and ratings under Part 66 of its Civil Aviation Safety Regulations. Submissions are due by close of business 26 May 26, 2017
airBaltic Considering Heavy Checks On CSeries
Latvia’s airBaltic now has 25 aircraft, including five 737-500s, six 737-300s, 12 Bombardier -Q400Next Gens and two new Bombardier CS300s. Over 20 CS300s will join airBaltic in the next three years
StandardAero Looks To Partner For African Growth
StandardAero recently signed an exclusive, two-year partnership agreement with Johannesburg, South Africa-based Solenta Aviation Workshop to provide guaranteed line replaceable unit maintenance and exchanges to support Solenta’s PT6A and PW100 engine operations
Regulatory Update, Feb 20-Feb 27
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia has made minor amendments to Advisory Circular 147-02 on approved Part 147 training organizations.
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