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 demonstrations, as well as representatives from GE, SATLOC and Thrush. The event was hosted by Air Repair during their open house. Air Repair also had their variable rate dry application technology on demonstration. Thrush will continue their Feeding The World tour through the 2016 NAAA Convention in Long Beach, CA.


Terry Humphrey discusses the 510G with attendees.


Thrush demo pilot Terry Humphrey readies another pilot to test the 510G


Air Repair’s Pete Jones and WRK of Arkansas’ Dennis Gardisser discuss variable rate dry application technology.


The food line forms at the Air Repair Open House, where Thrush Aircraft was hosted during their Feed The World Tour.