With the XP67A Engine Upgrade, the King Air 350 is a new breed. The new engines give it a speed boost of 30-40 knots with similar fuel consumption. The XP67A-powered King Air 350 can fly from sea level to 35,000 feet in just 18 minutes and has a max cruise speed of up to 340 knots at 28,000 feet.
The Falcon 6X will offer a mix of range, comfort and capability no other large-cabin business jet can match while guaranteeing fully mature systems and a proven power plant.
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum also known as the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Centre, only opened in 2003 but is already world-famous for its incredible documentation of aircraft developments. It's also the companion facility to the Museum on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Flights in the US January have shown a vast increase year-on-year, with figures reflecting a 4% upwards trend. Experts had already predicted January would be a good month, anticipating a rise of 3.3%, but the real figures were even more impressive.
As the market has finally broken below the 10% threshold of inventory for sale, a period of transition is now in play, wherein the pendulum swings in favour for the buyer to the seller. Today the market of available aircraft continues to shrink, and still many models exhibit the soft pricing.
We are entering the most beneficial period for buyers and sellers according to the changes dictated by the H.R.1 development. The opportunity to achieve up to 100% expensing in the first year will certainly impact the market as a whole over the coming few years.
“This is a pivotal moment,” said General Manager of the Advanced Turboprop program Paul Corkery. “We now have a working engine. We are moving from design and development to the next phase of the program, ending with certification.”
The double-bubble D8 is a concept for a new aircraft which will look to drastically reduce noise and air pollution, whilst simultaneously consuming less fuel. And though it may sound too good to be true, the craftsmanship behind it is surprisingly simple.
The HondaJet HA-420, with it's over the wing engine mounts, results in better performance and provides more room in the cabin.
Dubai is already pushing out the boat to make flying taxis an imminent reality. In fact, the prototype has already enjoyed its inaugural flight.
The Denali sails through the air thanks to a powerful GE 1,240 shp Advanced Turboprop engine, a cutting-edge design which is still being finalized.