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Navy fighter pilot who is a long-time senior editor at BCA as well as the chief aircraft evaluation editor for AW&ST.
Chet Fuller, the company senior vice president, sales, marketing and asset management, for Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, said, 'Petroleum Air Services' selection of the CRJ900 NextGen regional jet is a strong testimonial for the aircraft since the company is well respected and has a rigorous aircraft evaluation process.
Mark King, the Rolls-Royce President - Civil Aerospace, said: "This will be the first time we have supplied large engines to Air France-KLM Group and we look forward to building on the positive relationship we have established during the aircraft evaluation process.
The company's comprehensive sales and acquisitions service includes subscription to leading aircraft brokerage databases, development of aircraft marketing and advertising plans, market searches and comparative aircraft evaluations, contract negotiation and preferential rates in legal advice regarding sale or purchase agreement among others, the statement added.
The battery of tests will culminate in a final aircraft evaluation report from the Italian Air Force staff and is to be used as a reference to finalising the development of the M-346.
This is evidenced by the 86th Fighter Weapons Squadron's sustained mishap-free record despite an aggressive munitions and aircraft evaluation schedule.
With his early career spent at the Cessna Finance Corporation, Wilson's experience also includes piston and turbine engine aircraft evaluation and financing.
The course will define the roles and responsibilities of the Aircraft Certification Office (ACO), Manufacturing Inspection District Office (MIDO), Flight Standards District Office (FSDO), and the Aircraft Evaluation Group (AEG).