Announcing SEA-Aviation-Parts.com: New Website Address, Expanded Parts Website!

Southeast Aerospace has updated its “Component Sales” link to better represent its recently expanded product and inventory offerings. Our increased inventory and product lines reflect SEA’s move towards providing a broader range of aviation components, including our most recent growth to supply and support a variety of Sikorsky and Eurocopter rotorcraft. As always, you can use the … More Announcing SEA-Aviation-Parts.com: New Website Address, Expanded Parts Website!

SEA T-44 Government Contract Successfully Completed

January 2015 brings the completion of a successful two year SEA contract with the US Navy. Southeast Aerospace was able to assist with resolutions for parts obsolescence while still meeting the customer’s schedule. The Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE) in Jacksonville, Florida supports the Hawker Beechcraft T-44 trainer model aircraft in use by the U.S. … More SEA T-44 Government Contract Successfully Completed

SEA Announced as Blue Sky Reseller

Southeast Aerospace (SEA), located in Melbourne Florida, has been selected as an authorized Blue Sky Network reseller. Blue Sky Network is a main supplier of satellite ACH1000 tracking and communication solutions for the aviation, land mobile and marine industries. Their solutions leverage the power of the Iridium satellite network to deliver reliable GPS tracking, voice, … More SEA Announced as Blue Sky Reseller

“But I Didn’t Use It…” – A Reliability and Warranty Factor for Aircraft Parts

From time to time, companies will be faced with warranty claims outside of the warranty period from people who try to justify the claim by stating “but I didn’t use it”. Is this a valid claim? For whatever reason, many people in the aviation industry do not relate some real world factors and principles when … More “But I Didn’t Use It…” – A Reliability and Warranty Factor for Aircraft Parts

EASA Proposes New Rules for Flight Recorders, Beacons

Written by Bill Carey: AINonlne The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has proposed amending requirements for underwater locating devices (ULDs) and cockpit voice recorders (CVRs) to substantially extend their transmission and recording times. In an announcement today, the agency cited the March 8 disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 as justifying the changes, which it … More EASA Proposes New Rules for Flight Recorders, Beacons