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Fri, Apr 08, 2005

McCauley And Mooney Sign New Contract

McCauley Propeller Systems will be flying with Mooney Airplane Company's Bravo and Ovation.  McCauley and Mooney have just entered a new three-year agreement that makes McCauley the exclusive propeller supplier for all Mooney Bravos, as well as the exclusive governor supplier for all Mooney Ovations and Bravos.

"We are fortunate to have a strong relationship with Mooney that dates back to the 1950s," said Josh Ebenkamp, McCauley's Manager of Sales and Business Development. "Our propellers are an ideal choice for the Mooney Ovation and Bravo because the design is optimized to their high performance aircraft." 

McCauley's high performance three bladed configuration propeller is offered as standard equipment on the Mooney Bravo. In addition, Mooney offers Ovation customers the option of a McCauley two bladed propeller. Both propellers offer outstanding takeoff, climb and cruise performance.

McCauley also manufactures de-icing systems, spinners, and governors. McCauley has delivered over 250,000 propellers since it's founding in 1938.

FMI: www.mccauley.textron.com

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