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The company expects the carbon-fiber prop to improve overall aircraft performance by between 5 and 7 percent.
The company holds deposits for its two-seat and planned four-seat models.
Daher's replica of the Morane-Saulnier Type L Parasol World War I trainer took six years and more than 15,000 man-hours to build.
BRS Aerospace is offering AirVenture attendees a 10 percent installation discount for Cessna 172 and 182 whole aircraft parachute recovery systems.
The device which attaches to the user's phone allows global messaging and tracking as well as an emergency SOS beaon.
The conversion will improve fuel economy for the long-serving aircraft.
The world's largest aviation services provider lends a hand to the world's largest flying museum.
Oregon-based Samson Motors believes its two-passenger, three-wheel Switchblade will be available next year in kit form.
The company is producing eight pistons and one jet per week.
Wing spar inspection required.