Randall Green, President of Safe Flight Instrument Corporation, is generously donating a 1972 Sabreliner Model 40 to the Cape Cod Community College’s AMT Program. Mr. Green’s donation will add to the pool of talented, trained, qualified AMTs.
By extending the transmission lines beyond the Maintenance Organization to Airline Safety offices, SMS and the FAA, the Onboard Maintenance Function would bring greater rewards for this investment.
The GAO statements stand for themselves. You decide whether Rep. Fazio’s and USW&WR characterizations are accurate or not of GAO’s judgment of the FAA.
Mary Kirby, Editor/Publisher of Runway Girl Network, wrote an article which points to an answer to the projected shortage of airline pilots and mechanics.
John Goglia, the NTSB Member who chaired the NTSB hearing on the 1996 ValuJet crash in the Everglades, has written an insightful recollection of that tragedy.
APX Labs’ Skylight platform links wearable devices to computers. Their smart glasses allow the MX workforce to perform with support wherever the job demands.
The FAA issued a serious InFO entitled “Automotive Detailing Companies Working on Aircraft.” Hard to believe, but important regulatory considerations become real.
SMS can design proactive strategies for each unique AMT fatigue case in this field of diverse job descriptions, and can provide the ability to respond quickly.