This case study and analysis was written by Rod Hayward, an Associate Professor in the BBA AV (Bachelor of Business Administration in Aviation) programme at the University of the Fraser Valley.
Sensenich Propeller has announced Part 35 Type Certification for their G-Series ground-adjustable carbon fiber propellers.
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FCS Finland has launched a revolutionary patented aircraft engine cooling system, the AFC-22. This flagship product is a professional cooling system for aircraft engines, and a one-of-a-kind green product that connects to the aircraft engine’s exhaust nozzle, using a special made vacuum adapter with a flexible hose.
It is no secret that covid-19 related restrictions have presented immense challenges, not only to the aviation industry as a whole, but also to training organizations. One Canadian company is using cutting-edge technology, augmented and mixed reality, to overcome these challenges. Advanced Composites Training, along with company founder Wilson Boynton, are known and respected internationally for advanced training in composite repairs and construction.
Sensenich, arguably the best-known manufacturer of wooden propellers, has been around for almost 100 years. It has a fascinating history, but what does the future hold for this remarkable company?
Based on their extensive experience with Supercub restorations, Acme Cub was chosen to build up a Supercub for the Alaskan Airmen’s Annual Raffle. They have been making substantial progress with the project, upgrading many components with the use of carbon fiber, and the newest avionics technology.