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- June 7th, 2017, 11:52 am
- Forum: Cessna
- Topic: Cessna Skyhawk Turbo Diesel Receives Certification
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Both the FAA and EASA have certified the newest version of the Skyhawk, Textron announced on Tuesday. The Cessna Turbo Skyhawk JT-A features Garmin G1000 NXi avionics and the 155-HP turbodiesel Continental CD-155 engine. The maximum range of 963 nautical miles is a 50 percent increase compared to th...
- May 13th, 2017, 3:01 am
- Forum: Cirrus
- Topic: Cirrus Jet Production Certificate
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Congrats to Cirrus! Looking forward to flying one :) https://www.avweb.com/avwebflash/news/Cirrus-Gets-Production-Certificate-For-Vision-Jet-228946-1.html Officials from the FAA visited Cirrus Aircraft in Duluth, Minnesota, on Tuesday to award the company with a production certificate for the Cirrus...
https://www.avweb.com/avwebflash/news/BasicMed-Now-In-Effect-228945-1.html The new BasicMed FAA rule took effect on Monday, and according to AOPA, 1,354 pilots already have completed all the requirements to qualify for the program. Those pilots are now eligible to fly under the BasicMed rules. Anoth...
Maybe I can finally get that powered lift rating now :D -- Bell Helicopterâ€™s new tilt-rotor design, the V-280 Valor, is about 95 percent complete and will likely fly for the first time in September, the company says. Bell displayed a full-size mock-up of the V-280 last week at the Army Aviation Mi...
Sidegrip, I totally agree with Jeff Snyder... you owe us some pics! :D Flyfeatherfly, the R44 is a fantastic aircraft. It will take full fuel and around 700 lbs of beef and bags and still go straight up. ;) The add-on for a fixed wing pilot is about 30 hours total. 20 hours of dual and 10 hours of s...