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The two companies will develop aftermarket solutions related to the aircraft’s platform
The new Elixir two-seater will fly for up to seven hours on a 110-liter (29-gallon) tank of fuel.
Bell is seeing stabilization of the commercial market and preparing to return the 525 to flight test status.
The U.S. is losing too many airports, and the big reason is lack of support from local communities.
The engine series, derived from the former Walter M601 engine family acquired in 2008, now has 16 applications and is certified in 12 countries.
Textron can now install the flight deck into newly manufactured Cessna 172s, 182s, T206s, Bonanza G36s and Baron G58s.
The light single fleet has accumulated more than 1.8 million hours since the helicopter's 2001 service entry.
The results of a survey conducted by the Aeronautical Repair Station Association show unfilled job vacancies, would dent the industry's bottom line.
With the added space at its FXE location, Quality Aircraft Accessories is ramping up capabilities to match its flagship Tulsa operation.
Described as the first event of its kind, the two-day program will provide information of interest to anyone involved in the ground movements of aircraft