RotorWay, the company behind the piston-powered A600 Talon two-seat kit-built helicopter, is taking a major step up market with plans for an FAA-certified, two-seat turbine helicopter that it hopes to have flying in time for EAA’s AirVenture this July. Paving the way for the project was RotorWay’s recent acquisition of PMC Machining and Manufacturing based in Phoenix.
RotorWay (Booth No. 1334), well known for its successful, piston-powered A600 Talon two-seat kit-built helicopters, announced yesterday it is taking a big step up in the market with plans for an FAA-certified, two-seat turbine helicopter that it hopes to have flying in time for the EAA AirVenture show this July.
Kit helicopter maker Rotorway has been acquired by an ownership group led by Grant Norwitz, who first became acquainted with the company when he purchased one of its helicopters. He joined Rotorway last year as CEO.
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