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The European stage is set for the assembly of global aerial firefighters

See flyer below for more information 12 October – Alan Warnes Aerial Firefighting Demonstration Press Release – Tangent Link

P&WC launches PT6A certified pre-owned engine program

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – (October 9, 2017) – Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) has introduced a Certified Pre-Owned program for its in-service fleet of PT6A engines. Through their aircraft dealer, customers of PT6A-powered used aircraft whose engines are certified under

All in the family

The San Joaquin Valley is situated about a two-hour drive south from the diverse and progressive Silicon Valley and historic San Francisco. Although only a short distance apart, the geography and culture change significantly. The hubs of Google, Apple, Microsoft

Thrush Aircraft strengthens commitment to factory training

Key team member added as the company continues to fulfill its promise of leadership in the ag aviation training arena. (Albany, GA) There is an additional parking space being occupied this morning at the already busy Thrush factory, as Robert

CDAS adds a Mobile Engine Maintenance Service Unit to their team

CDAS’s AOG mobile engine maintenance service unit is a new way for them to provide maintenance to their customers. Further, this new service approach supports the modular design of engines and APU, and provides round-the-clock availability that meets the needs of

Those darn difficult-to-control drought-stressed weeds

If crops look stressed, it’s hot and sunny, there hasn’t been a decent rain for a while and the radio announcers are talking about drought, then you need to do things differently when you apply herbicides. Research shows it takes

Storm Aeronautics Receives STC (SA01845WI) on the Storm Shield ™ from the FAA

During the 2015 NAAA convention, I was approached by Brain Rau, an operator from North Dakota, who at that time was the President of (NAAREF) National Agricultural Aviation Research and Education Foundation. He challenged Storm Aeronautics to figure out a

NAAA responds to erroneous article in Air & Space Magazine

Recently, an article was published in Air & Space Magazine by contributing editor Ed Darack asserting, incorrectly, that drones are increasingly replacing traditional agricultural aircraft. The National Agricultural Aviation Association’s Executive Director Andrew Moore refuted this factless claim below:  

For a second year, NAAA spreads the good word of ag aviation at EAA’s AirVenture 2017

source: NAAA The Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) annual AirVenture held in Oshkosh, Wis., July 24–30, was truly the “world’s greatest aviation celebration,” and they had a record attendance of 590,000 to prove it. Among those were NAAA representatives who met

STC granted to Reabe Aircraft Improvement

Reabe Aircraft Improvement has been granted STC SR4183CH for the installation of the Reabe Hopper Quantity Indication System into the Bell 206B Jet Ranger when equipped with the Isolar belly tank. The system has been flying as a prototype for

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