Precision Turbines, Inc.
Wed, March 13, 2013                                                 Volume 6, Issue 6


ENGINE             TSN          CSN        TSO       REMAINING       STATUS                  

PT6A-28          6294.9       7778       4455.9    ZERO               SALE

PT6A-28          6288.2      7721        2779.2     820                 SALE

JT15D-4/4B       3530.6     2136        71         3429                 SALE

Call 561-447-0032 for details on our inventory of serviceable PT6A engines   

*Precision Turbines is an ASR (Authorized Sales Representative) for Sierra Industries and specializes in Citation and King Air Engine retrofits. 



Precision Turbines Receives JT15D-4B STC Boca Raton, Florida-based Precision Turbines has achieved its first supplemental type certificate for Citation II operators, which allows the company to replace Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-4 engines with JT15D-4B engines without time limits...Read More 


Boeing Nears Authority To Offer 777X

Boeing's board of directors is expected to decide as early as its next meeting in April whether to give the Commercial Airplanes division authority to offer the proposed 777X derivative to airlines...Read More


American, US Airways Prepare For Complexities Of Merger

American Airlines and US Airways should receive government approval for their proposed merger by fall, according to most industry analysts. Holly Hegeman, founder of, said American and US Airways have "been able to sit back and watch how Delta handled their merger and how United handled their merger, and I think there are lessons to be learned."...Read More


Senate CR Expected Today

Senate Democrats plan to unveil a new government funding bill today that--like an alternative House-passed plan--factors in the unpopular "sequestration" budget reductions but gives the Pentagon some flexibility to manage the cuts...Read More


DHS Launces Website Devoted To Cyber Security Careers And Studies

In an effort to better develop the nation's human capital in the area of cyber security, the Department of Homeland Security has launched a new web site for cyber security career, education and training information...Read More


Airbus Expects A32neo To Exceed 2,000 Orders By Month's End 

John Leahy, chief salesman at Airbus, said he expects around 120 A320neo orders before the end of the month. The additional orders would help the aircraft manufacturer surpass 2,000 orders for the A320neo by the end of March...Read More


Still No Cause Found In 787 Battery Investigation

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has not yet found out what caused the battery fire aboard the Japanese Airlines 787 Dreamliner in January at Boston's Logan International Airport...Read More


US Air CEO Defies Buffett Adage Seeing American On Top

Doug Parker, returning to the carrier where he began his career, has a vision: He sees American Airlines (AAMRQ) vaulting to the top of the industry's major financial benchmarks just three years after the merger he orchestrated with US Airways Group Inc...Read More

Boeing, KLM Demonstrate New Technologies To Optimize Flight

Boeing and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have begun a series of commercial flights that will demonstrate how several advanced technologies, fuels and concepts can significantly improve operational efficiency, save fuel and reduce carbon and noise emissions. The technology demonstration encompasses all aspects of an aircraft's flight - preflight, takeoff, cruise, descent and post-landing...Read More


American Airlines Trafffic Dipped 1.1% In February

AMR Corp., the parent company of American Airlines, reported a 1.1% dip in traffic for February as compared with the same month last year. Load factor at the carrier rose to 77.9%, an increase of 2.6 points over February 2012...Read More


Boeing To Reolcate Flight Training To Miami

Boeing announced plans to move all of its flight training and maintenance training operations in North America to Miami from Seattle. "With the 787 grounded, there's a lessening of the training demand," said Boeing spokesman Jim Condelles. "There's an opportunity with that situation to relocate to Miami."...Read More


Minor Taxiway Collision Incident at JFK Is Under Investigation

A low-speed incident between an Air India Boeing 777 and a JetBlue Airways Airbus A320 on a taxiway at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York is being investigated. The Federal Aviation Administration indicated that planes were not being directed by air-traffic controllers at the time of the incident...Read More


United Airlines Exceeds Its February On-Time Performance Goal

United Airlines today announced that it exceeded its 80 percent on-time arrival domestic and international performance goals for the month of February, following the airline's strong January performance. As a result, United is rewarding its eligible employees with a $100 on-time bonus to recognize this performance. Despite challenging weather...Read More


Beechcraft To Protest USAF LAS Decision

As previously noted, last week ended with the beginnings of what is sure to be another controversy as Beechcraft reported that it would protest an Air Force decision to award the LAS program to Sierra Nevada Corporation, and Embraer Defense...Read More


Boeing, Cathay Pacific Announces Order For Three 747-8 Freighters

Boeing and Cathay Pacific Airways have announced an order for three 747-8 Freighter airplanes. The order, valued at approximately $1 billion at list prices, also includes options for five additional 777 Freighters. The new additions will bolster Cathay Pacific's 747-8 Freighter fleet to 13 airplanes...Read More


Ameircan Airlines Offers Enchanced Equipment Trust Certificates

American Airlines is offering a bond sale of $663.4 million backed by aircraft. The carrier will use part of the proceeds to purchase new aircraft, as well as to refinance aircraft, a source says..Read More


JetBlue Chairman Looks At US Airways-AA Merger

Joel Peterson, chairman of JetBlue Airways, looks at the merits of a merger between American Airlines and US Airways. "Joining forces is supposed to mean more efficiencies, market access, and price leverage," he writes. "With these gains, firms expect to offer better service to customers and returns to investors."...Read More


787 Battery Charger Passes Tests By NTSB

Meggitt, the company that manufactures the 787 battery charger, says the charger passed testing from the National Transportation Safety Board. "The battery charging unit passed all significant tests and no anomalies were detected," the NTSB said....Read More


American Airlines Names Beverly Goulet Senior Vice President

American Airlines Chairman and CEO Tom Horton announced that Beverly Goulet has been promoted to senior vice president and chief integration officer. "Bev is a talented leader who will play a significant leadership role in helping to establish a framework for the new American to be very successful," Horton said...Read More

Boeing Welcomes Due Dilligence on 787 Plan, Exec Says
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said he still has some questions for Boeing before he will approve a fix for the 787 battery issues. "The due diligence of our regulators is expected and welcome, and has made air travel the safest form of transportation," said Ray Conner, head of Boeing's commercial airplane unit...Read More
US Airways Pilots Seek Resolution On Seniority Concerns
US Airways and America West merged in 2005, but seniority concerns remain unresolved...Read More

Ex-Im Bank Backs Lion Air Loan for Boeing 737s

The U.S. Export-Import Bank is providing a guarantee of $1.1 billion in financing provided by Apple Bank for Savings to finance the export of a fleet of Boeing 737-900ER aircraft to Indonesian carrier Lion Air...Read More

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