Thrush Aircraft’s Feeding The World Tour stops at Air Repair Open House

Thrush Aircraft continued their Feeding The World Tour with a stop at Air Repair in Cleveland, MS. The dual cockpit 510G was on hand for

Pete Lewis, long-time Thrush test pilot, passes

-Guyton- Mr. Daniel R.”Pete” Lewis Jr., 68, went to his eternal resting place on Friday, September 23, 2016, at his residence surrounded by his loving

DynaNav delivers new solutions for aerial application guidance and control

“Simple by Design – Flexible in Application” As an aviation technology company, DynaNav delivers modern and productive solutions to fulfill the current demands of the

Thrush appoints first factory authorized service center in Uruguay

Company’s presence in South America continues to expand with addition of well-known shop in continent’s central region. (Albany, GA) – Thrush Aircraft continued its strong

Aerial firefighters double-down on safety as fires rage

image: FilePhoto WASHINGTON, Sept. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — As wildfires rage across much of the US, aerial firefighters are continually reviewing and enhancing their safety

Lycoming Engines launches new website

Williamsport, PA – 20 September 2016 – Lycoming Engines, an operating division of Avco Corporation, welcomes people to visit its new website at The

NAAA succeeds in “hot fueling” acceptance for turbine ag aircraft

In July of 2014 NAAA reported that we had submitted a First Draft Proposal to suggest changes to the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA’s) Standard

Ag Pilots demonstrated need to be proactive during 9/11

Editor’s Note: The following is a commentary written by the California Agricultural Aviation Association’s President, Terry Gage.    September 11, 2001: For agricultural pilots, it

Cascade Aircraft Conversions receives STC for PT6A-41/42 for Thrush Aircraft

Cascade Aircraft Conversions CEO Doran Rogers announced today the receipt of the PT6A-41/42 STC (Supplemental Type Certificate) from the FAA for the Thrush Aircraft. This

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