Henry Canaday

Henry
Canaday

Henry Canaday has been a business and aviation journalist for 15 years, with recent emphasis on aviation maintenance and airline information technology. Prior to that, he spent 20 years as an energy economist with both Federal agencies and the private sector.

Articles
FL Technics represents Future Metals in Russia, CIS 
FL Technics will act as an exclusive representative of Future Metals—which makes aerospace metals and other materials for aircraft manufacturing and maintenance—in multiple CIS countries, including Russia and Moldova, and neighboring states such as Ukraine and Georgia.
StandardAero wins MRO agreement with InterCaribbean 
StandardAero has signed a two-year MRO agreement to support InterCaribbean Airways’ fleet of Embraer EMB120s and Beech 99s.
AMETEK introduces A320/319/300 capabilities 
AMETEK MRO Florida has expanded its capabilities to include more than 50 additional part numbers for new and mid-generation Airbus aircraft.
GE Oil & Gas releases remote NDT platform 
GE Oil & Gas has released InspectionWorks Connect, a remote collaboration software platform for nondestructive testing (NDT) and inspection of equipment, including aircraft engines.
MRO News-May 12, 2015
MRO News-May 12, 2015
Magnetic MRO prints 3D aircraft parts
Magnetic MRO has introduced 3D printing into aircraft-part production to improve efficiency in Total Technical Care.
MRO News-May 6, 2015
MRO News-May 6, 2015
MRO Digest May 6, 2015 
Briefs from the May 6, 2015 issue of ATW’s MRO Digest
Magnetic MRO prints 3D parts 
Magnetic MRO has introduced 3D printing into aircraft-part production to improve efficiency in Total Technical Care.
Honeywell to provide Southwest 737 MAX, NextGen cockpits 
Honeywell Aerospace’s full suite of cockpit technologies has been selected by Southwest Airlines for both its future Boeing 737 MAXs and existing 737NGs.
SmartLynx chooses GA Telesis SNAP 
GA Telesis Composite Repair Group has signed SmartLynx Airlines as its latest SNAP Customer.
Travel specialists see more changes in airline-passenger relationships 
Airlines are still struggling with the changes in what they sell to customers and how, industry specialists said this week at a conference in Las Vegas.
Panelists cite hurdles to growing Canada’s air transport sector 
Excessive costs and an aviation sector that is not as robust as it should be, especially in attracting international business, are hurting Canada’s air transport industry, conference panelists said Tuesday.
Latin market continues growth, but full potential is handicapped 
Latin American traffic growth has slowed from double digits, but is still expected to grow 5%-6% per year, reaching nearly a half billion passengers by 2025, according to Alex de Gunten, adviser to the executive board of the Latin America and Caribbean Air Transport Association.
MRO News-April 29, 2015
MRO News-April 29, 2015

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