Carter Aviation Technologies LLC (Carter) of Wichita Falls,
Texas said Monday that they have completed negotiations with AAI
Corporation on an exclusive licensing agreement for Unmanned
Aircraft Systems (UAS) using Carter's revolutionary Slowed
Rotor/Compound (SR/C) Aircraft Technology.
U.K. Facility Completes Comprehensive Modification To Extend
Hawker Beechcraft Services (HBS) says it has begun a
project to enhance a fleet of Hawker 700 aircraft that are actively
operated by a government agency. The recent completion of the
first aircraft marked what HBS says is one of the most
comprehensive Hawker 700 modifications in the company's
AOPA President Asks Industry Leaders about the Challenges on Capital Hill
On November 5th through November 7th, 2009, AOPA held their annual AOPA Aviation Summit at the Tampa Convention Center located in Tampa, Florida. Over 7,500 aviation enthusiasts attended various forums, speeches, as well as hundreds of booths featuring the latest in G.A. technology.
Learjet Debuts Two New Interior Designs Featuring Flexibility and
On October 19th, Bombardier Aerospace announced the debut of two
new cabin configurations available on its Learjet 60 XR aircraft.
The interior upgrades, the Signature Series Red and the Signature
Series Black, were available for viewing at the Orlando Executive
Airport throughout the 2009 NBAA Convention.