Posts From AgAirUpdate

Atividade aeroagrícola em risco no Brasil: setor se une para trazer a verdade à tona

Sindicatos e empresários estão mobilizados para que informações corretas sobre o setor se sobreponham a projetos de lei equivocados Por Marcos Paulino A aviação agrícola

Agricultural activity at risk in Brazil: sector unites to bring truth to the surface

Trade unions and business people are mobilized for correct information about the sector to overlap with misguided legislations. By Marcos Paulino Agricultural aviation is at

CDAS adds a Mobile Engine Maintenance Service Unit to their team

CDAS’s AOG mobile engine maintenance service unit is a new way for them to provide maintenance to their customers. Further, this new service approach supports the

Those darn difficult-to-control drought-stressed weeds

If crops look stressed, it’s hot and sunny, there hasn’t been a decent rain for a while and the radio announcers are talking about drought,

Fighting Portugal’s deadliest Pedrogao Grande Wildfire, the Fire Boss aspect

A series of 156 wildfires that erupted across central Portugal in June turned into an epic tragedy that, within hours, claimed the lives of 64

Bulgaria, Turkey, Israel join Macedonia’s wildfire battle

The 2017 summer firefighting season saw many disastrous wildfires raging across the Mediterranean and on the Balkan Peninsula where Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania and

Storm Aeronautics Receives STC (SA01845WI) on the Storm Shield ™ from the FAA

During the 2015 NAAA convention, I was approached by Brain Rau, an operator from North Dakota, who at that time was the President of (NAAREF)

NAAA responds to erroneous article in Air & Space Magazine

Recently, an article was published in Air & Space Magazine by contributing editor Ed Darack asserting, incorrectly, that drones are increasingly replacing traditional agricultural aircraft.

Pratt & Whitney Canada expands Global Service Network appointing ABA in Brazil as its first Designated Maintenance Facility

New Service Network Model Will Support Increased Availability and Accessibility with Rollout Starting with Brazilian Agricultural Customers CANELA, BRAZIL – (August 8, 2017) – Pratt

A Pratt & Whitney Canada expande sua rede de serviços globais, nomeando a ABA no Brasil como sua primeira unidade de manutenção designada

O novo modelo implementado, proporcionará maior apoio, disponibilidade e acessibilidade à nossa rede de serviços, começando com os clientes agrícolas brasileiros CANELA, BRASIL – (8

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