All US operators of the Airbus A220 are required to update the software of the electronic engine control (EEC) system of the Pratt & Whitney PW1500G. The FAA has issued an Airworthiness Directive dated December 27 that prompts action after an A220 suffered a dual...
Gulfstream obtained FAA and EASA approval for a software fix for the G500 and G600 aircraft that limited operations to low wind conditions after an Airworthiness Directive was issued last May. This approval removes the operating restrictions on the aircraft and...
Amir Bhatti is Chief Executive Officer at Star Navigation Systems Group Ltd., a Canadian-based technology firm that focuses on providing aerospace solutions (hardware and software) for aircraft operators. Star’s solution provides real-time tracking, with...
News Boeing announced last week that the latest software review with the FAA resulted in additional minor glitches that need to be addressed before the MAX can return to service. Industry speculation is that the new error, which impacts screens at start-up, might...
News Both Boeing and Airbus have new narrow-body aircraft on the drawing board for the 2030 time frame, at which time new technologies are expected to provide another 10-15% in better fuel economy over today’s neo and MAX models. But technology comes at a price, and...
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