Category Archives: Aircrafts

Cessna Features New Safe Flight AOA System in Skyhawks

Cessna Aircraft, owned by Textron Aviation, is making Safe Flight SCc angle-of-attack standard equipment in the 172 Skyhawk, making it the first Part 23-certified production piston airplane to come from the factory equipped with this technology. The Safe Flight SCc angle-of-attack system was specifically chosen for the Skyhawk, and Cessna is making the product a $5,000 option in the 182 Skylane and 206 Turbo Stationair. The 2016 model deliveries are the first to feature this new Safe Flight system. “Textron Aviation is constantly looking for innovative solutions for our piston customers, and making the SCc Angle of Attack system standard on...

M600 delivered by Piper Aircraft is already impressing experts

Pilots, aviation experts, and plane aficionados all agree that the first single-engine plane released by Piper Aircraft during July earlier this year marks a significant achievement for the flight industry. Frequent flyers and dedicated Piper enthusiasts, brother’s Jerry and Jack Wardlaw were the lucky recipients of the very first Piper M600, delivered this last June in Vero Beach, Florida, the world headquarters of Piper Aircraft. The Wardlaw’s have been flying Piper aircrafts for many years and plan on using their new M600 for both business and personal travel. What’s even more exciting is the fact that this advanced new aircraft is now...

Revolutionary Cessna Citation Longitude

Overall, the aircraft industry reported a decline in business jets and airplanes delivered during the third quarter of 2016. The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) reported that 534 business aircrafts were shipped during that quarter, compared to the 542 that were shipped in the third quarter of 2015. However, there is one aviation company that is defying the trend. Textron Aviation has actually seen an increase in shipment of their Cessna aircrafts. In the third quarter of 2015 Cessna shipped 110 aircraft worth $452.9 million, while this year during the corresponding period Cessna raised that number to 129 aircraft worth...

Knisley Gets EASA Approval for Cessna T206, T207, T210 Exhaust Systems

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) awarded an approval for Knisley Welding to sell the modified aircraft exhaust systems of the Cessna T206, Cessna T207, and Cessna T210. The EASA is the arm of the European Union in charge of the regulation of civilian aviation safety. One of its functions is the approval of organizations involved in the design, manufacture, and maintenance of aeronautics-related products.

APPROVED CESSNA AIRCRAFTS

The EASA approved the sale of the modified aircraft exhaust systems of the following Cessna Aircrafts:

Cessna T206

Cessna Turbo 206 (T206) is a six-seater turbocharged aircraft that is also called as the Turbo Stationair. It...

History of Helio

Knisley Welding caters to the aircraft exhaust system for some of Helio’s aircrafts. Let’s take a look into the brief history of Helio and how it has come about, how it has contributed to the aircraft industry, and how it is doing now.

The Foundation of Helio Aircraft

Otto Koppen and Lynn Bollinger founded Koppen-Bollinger Aircraft Corporation in 1948. They were to concentrate in developing light short takeoff and landing (STOL) aircrafts. The venture was renamed as Helio Aircraft Corporation in the early 1950s when they started manufacturing the Helio Courier.

The fight over Helio Courier

General Aircraft Corporation bought Helio Aircraft in 1969....

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