News & Announcements
January 1, 2013
November 27, 2012
August 15, 2012
May 10, 2012
The Commerce & Employment Department, on behalf of the States of Guernsey, and SGI Aviation have concluded an agreement on the Guernsey aircraft registry project
January 17, 2012
SGI Aviation has successfully managed the passenger to freighter conversion of two ex American Airlines Airbus A300-600R Aircraft
September 8, 2011
SGI Aviation announces a follow-up contract by the Aviation Working Group (AWG) on the subject of cross-border transfer of aircraft
The first is the compilation of a document listing National Import Requirements for at least the 80 largest aviation countries. The second project is a proposal for the expansion of international guidance material on import and export of aircraft in the area of, primarily, airworthiness....
March 28, 2011
March 22, 2011
January 10, 2011
The Aviation Working Group released a report compiled by SGI Advisory assessing the economic impact of regulatory safety requirements on the cross-border transferability of aircraft
November 29, 2010
SGI Aviation has launched its new e-learning system. The e-learning system will complement the training courses presently offered as scheduled training courses.
October 20, 2010
SGI proudly presents its new ant-icing/de-icing training course, specially developed for staff engaged in the control, supervision and/or oversight of aircraft de-icing/anti-icing activities on behalf of airlines, airports, National Aviation Authorities or ground service providers,
October 18, 2010
SGI Aviation has, on behalf of German leasing firm Hannover Leasing, negotiated the technical part of the lease terms for an Airbus A380....
April 6, 2010
Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) and SGI Aviation have signed recently a contract on the joint marketing and implementation of SAFA - training courses (Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft) in Germany.
LTT and SGI Aviation signed this cooperation agreement with the aim to jointly offer SAFA Training Courses for the German market. Under responsibility of the European Commission and coordinated by EASA in Cologne in Germany, the EU Member States are obliged to perform inspections on third country aircraft landing in their State. During these Ramp Checks the compliance with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Standards is verified.