Hartzell’s Top Prop program has acquired two Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) for late model Mooney aircraft, including the M20R Ovation, Ovation II, Ovation III, M20S Eagle, and M20TN Acclaim. [Read more…]
This is not your grandfather’s Mooney …
The distinctive “backwards” tail remains, but a full-scale mock-up of Mooney’s new M10 model, which made its U.S. debut in April at SUN ’n FUN, revealed an important part of the company’s vision for the future.
Dr. Jerry Chen, Mooney’s CEO, wants pilots to progress from trainers to high speed cruisers while staying within the Mooney product line. [Read more…]
PASO ROBLES, Calif. – The first Mooney Summit, sponsored by The Mooney Flyer, will be held June 12-14 at KPRB. Planned events include a wine tour, evening reception at Estrella Warbird Museum, seminars for Mooney owners and pilots as well as non-pilots, and a lunch presentation by the Commander of the Navy’s Strike Fighter Wing, US Pacific Fleet, Captain David E. Koss sponsored by Mooney International.
KERRVILLE, Texas — Mooney International delivered three new M20TN Acclaims to their owners this week.
The deliveries were made at Mooney’s Kerrville Texas facility. The new Acclaims will be based out of Louisiana, Florida, and New York. These Acclaims follow the delivery of the first B Registered Acclaim delivered last December to Henan, China. [Read more…]
Mooney International is set to deliver the first M20TN Acclaim Type S aircraft with a Chinese National Registration, (“B” number), to its owner in China at the end of December.
Mooney officially received the Validation of Type Certificate (VTC) issued by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) on Dec. 9. This allows Mooney to directly export aircraft to China, according to company officials.
The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) recently validated type certifications for Hartzell props flying on Cessna TTx and Mooney Acclaim aircraft.
Mooney has partnered with Redbird Flight Simulations, buying three full motion Redbird FMX simulators.
One will be at the company’s headquarters in Kerrville, Texas, another in Chino, Calif., at the company’s global headquarters; and the third in Beijing, China, in an office set to open later this summer.