Zenith Aircraft Co. will host its first “Engine Day” at SUN ’n FUN on Friday, April 4.
Danbury Aerospace has spun off their “completed engine business” into a new and separate company. Titan Aircraft Engines based in San Antonio is moving into its own facility and staffing up to meet current and expected demand.
“It’s time that we facilitate the recent demand we have seen in our completed engine business with adequate facilities and staffing to meet that demand,” said Ty Stoller, President at Danbury Aerospace.
In early 2013 ECi, the distribution arm of Danbury, started assembling and testing engines for their kit customers. Cub Crafters, Vertical Aviation and other OEMs signed on.
Danbury Aerospace has hired Kevin Eldredge to lead the new business to focus on customer service, branding of Titan, and expanding the product offering for the home-built and LSA marketplace. “It is very exciting to join the Danbury Team and be given such a great opportunity to use my experience building businesses as well as serving the aircraft industry that I am so passionate about,” noted Eldredge. “I know that my love for flying and building so many of the aircraft Titan serves will quickly reveal itself in the engine and services we will offer.”
Duncan Aviation has opened its 10th Engine Rapid Response location at the Long Beach Airport (LGB) in Long Beach, California.
WACO, Texas – The KA90 Engine Update Kit for the King Air 90 is now available from CenTex Aerospace. The kit allows the option of installing either a set of PWC PT6A-21, -28, or -34 engines to replace the original PT6A-20 engines.
The FAA has awarded Part 33 certification to GE Honda Aero Engine’s HF120 turbofan engine, certifying its airworthiness and setting the stage for the production of this all-new engine, which will power the new HondaJet.
Ameritech Industries, Inc. the parent company of Eagle Engines and American Propeller of Redding, California, has introduced the Eagle Engine overhaul for certified Lycoming and Continental Engines.
Duncan Aviation has opened its 10th Rapid Response engine location at Portland International Airport (PDX) in Oregon.
LAS VEGAS — GE Honda Aero Engines announced at the National Business Aviation Association convention it has completed all FAA certification testing on its HF120 engine, with all certification reports submitted. GE Honda anticipates receiving type certification by year end for the engine, which will power the Hondajet.