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AC313 Passes Rain Certification Tests

AC313 Passes Rain Certification Tests

China’s AC313, their first heavy lift helicopter for civilian use, has passed its airworthiness tests. Changhe Aircraft Industry Co. Ltd commented that the helicopter flew in heavy rain that exceeded 0.03 inches in six minutes. It flew an altitude of 200 to 500 meters at high speeds during the test flight. Xinhua News reported that… Read more »

Source: HeliHub.com, 31-Mar-17

Airworthiness, CBM, and HUMS Specialists’ Meeting

Airworthiness, CBM, and HUMS Specialists’ Meeting

Ed DiCampli, HAI’s COO; Harold Summers, director of flight operations & technical services; and Brian Haggerty, deputy director of flight operations & technical services, took part in the biannual Technical Specialists’ Meeting on Airworthiness, Condition Based Maintenance (CBM), and Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) in Huntsville, Alabama, Feb. 9-11. The meeting, sponsored by The… Read more »

Source: Rotor News, 16-Feb-15

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Tdata acquires Avantext AD Library portfolio

Tdata acquires Avantext AD Library portfolio

Tdata announces the addition of the Avantext® line of Airworthiness Directive libraries to Tdata’s line of products and services. Tdata and Avantext customers will now have more choices in the products they use for FAA Airworthiness publications. Tdata will continue to offer  its popular IApproach™ Regulatory library in addition to the Avantext AD libraries so… Read more »

Source: Tdata, 11-Feb-13

ARSA weighs in on proposed FAA ICA policy

ARSA weighs in on proposed FAA ICA policy

On Jan. 4, ARSA submitted its comments to the FAA’s draft policy regarding the availability of instructions for continued airworthiness (ICA). The Association believes that the current policy must be rewritten to ensure that the regulations are not used to justify contractual restriction and to discourage such practices. While ARSA is pleased to see the FAA taking an interest… Read more »

Source: ARSA, 11-Jan-12