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CAAC certification is another step toward beginning operations at Cessna-AVIC Aircraft (Zhuhai) Co., Ltd. for final assembly and delivery of Citation XLS+ business jets to customers in China. Much of the work to establish the joint venture entity has been completed, and joint venture business license approval is anticipated from the Ministry of Commerce of China as early as summer 2014. “As customers in China gain interest in the light jet and midsize categories, Cessna provides enticing advantages as the demonstrated leader in these segments,” said Bill Schultz, senior vice president, Business Development. “It is the right time to have proven products like the Citation XLS+ ready and available for the market. Our relationship with China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Company Ltd. (CAIGA) is about working together to identify the general aviation needs of the Chinese market and to provide Cessna products and solutions to meet those needs.”


Sherwin-Williams has created two aerospace coatings- dedicated social media sites through the creation of new Facebook and LinkedIn accounts. This new portal allows aircraft maintenance, repair, overhaul and coatings specifiers an extensive community in which to share market trends,

application tips and view some of the products and developments in the industry. Sherwin-Williams’ new Facebook account lets users share

industry news, comments and photos while allowing the brand to post questions and industry-wide content to better interact with its audience. Its new LinkedIn account creates a forum to also share data, but serves as a more informative portal to place Sherwin-Williams generated whitepapers, blog postings and forward pertinent coatings industry news summaries and articles. The company created the new accounts after considerable

research on industry trends, customer needs, and determining the best way social media would complement its customer-base in a business-to-business setting. “Our new Facebook page allows users to create a

conversation about industry trends, issues and even specific application tips and recommendations,” says Julie Voisin, Sherwin-Williams Global Product Manager for Aerospace Coatings. “Our LinkedIn platform allows us to showcase the expertise of Sherwin-Williams through weekly posted articles on coatings topics as well as sharing news from industry-related groups and media. It also provides a venue for us to introduce new products and post information pertinent to those in the Commercial, Military and General Aviation OEM and MRO aerospace coatings communities, respectively.” The creation of these social media channels is an addition to the already existing YouTube account dedicated specifically to Aerospace Coatings from Sherwin-Williams. It presently features a series of how-to application technique videos as well as a number of other subjects pertinent to the aerospace coatings industry. For information on aerospace coatings from Sherwin-Williams, call 1-888-888-5593 or visit

LANDMARK AVIATION PROMOTES KEY EXECUTIVES Landmark Aviation has promoted three key executives, including Charlotte Cheatham to senior vice president of Marketing and Customer Service, Robert Hiegel to senior vice president and chief accounting officer and Matt DeLellis to senior vice president of Strategy & Corporate Development. The promotions are a part of Landmark Aviation’s strategic plans to accommodate recent and future expansions.

Cheatham has nearly 10 years of experience in the general aviation industry, while Heigel has over 20 years experience in accounting, and DeLellis has over 10 years experience in various M&A, corporate finance and investment banking roles. “We are excited to announce these executives as members of our senior management team,” says president and CEO Dan Bucaro. “As our network continues to grow, they will play critical roles in streamlining processes and clearly identifying reporting functions within our organization.” For more information, visit www.

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