By Joe Stanley – Parts Sales Manager for Elliott Aviation The avionics aftermarket is experiencing an influx of parts due to the ADS-B mandate and the general upgrade trends that accompany it, like the popular Garmin G1000NXi and G5000 upgrades. The ADS-B mandate requires Do260b compliant transponders and a GPS WAAS receiver input. This mandate […]
Although aircraft equipped with an air medical interior have a highly-specific layout and design, most fixed-wing air medical aircraft were originally equipped with an executive layout and tailoring. Transitioning from an executive configuration to a medical interior involves several factors including selecting the right aircraft, considering cabin layout, evaluating cabin functionality, and choosing the right […]
Elliott Aviation, a Phenom 100/300 and Legacy 450/500 Authorized Service Center, has again received Authorization on their recent Embraer factory audit. The company had previously received a 100 percent score on their bi-annual audit in 2016. The Embraer audit involves certification, training, tooling, planning, maintenance tracking, infrastructure, organization, security, and customer care. Since their last […]
Elliott Aviation, a leading MRO provider announced a recent delivery of a 7,800 cycle Challenger 604 inspection. This inspection is one of the most in-depth inspections available for the airframe and is the equivalent of a D check on a commercial airliner. It consisted of over 3,500-man hours to complete. The aircraft was completed on-time […]
By Mark Wilken Vice President of Avionics Programs and Operational Logistics – Elliott Aviation
At a busy time of limited capacity for the aircraft maintenance industry, how does a business jet operator act to keep their maintenance costs down?
By Conrad Theisen – Director of Avionics Sales, Elliott Aviation
This article originally appeared in the August 2018 issue of AvBuyer magazine.
This article appeared in the July issue of AvBuyer magazine under the title Aircraft Maintenance? Common Mistakes to Avoid. You can find the published version here.
By Mike Saathoff – Director of Sales Operations & Engine and Accessory Sales for Elliott Aviation