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NBAA 2020 Press Conference

NBAA 2020 Press Conference

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Human Factors in Everyday Flight Part I

Human Factors in Everyday Flight Part I

Meet Dr. Scott Sayre, D.D.S., a USAF Colonel with over 50 years of flying on the books and a refined expertise to match. He has a Master of Science in Human Factors, which is a significantly overlooked, but critical, aspect of flight safety. Dr. Sayre has joined us this week to discuss the importance of human factors in everyday flight.

Human factors play into flight at all times, directly affecting the quality and safety of every mission. In fact, anything that a pilot interacts with in their environment is considered a human factor. When working with human factors, the goal is to ensure that the given environment and flight parameters are as comfortable and navigable as possible in order to alleviate stress on the pilot.

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Tamarack Response to the AAIB Incident Report

Tamarack Response to the AAIB Incident Report

In the interest of safety and continuous improvement, Tamarack offers the following discussion regarding the chain of events that resulted in the April 13, 2019 incident.

On April 13, 2019, an Active Winglet failure occurred in the UK, which initiated an uncommanded roll in-flight. No damage or injuries were sustained. After the subsequent investigation, we now understand that while an Active Winglet failure did occur, the pilot report contained inaccuracies that ultimately grounded the fleet for a short time.

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Tamarack Announces East Coast Transformation Center in Aiken, South Carolina

Tamarack Announces East Coast Transformation Center in Aiken, South Carolina

The new East Coast Transformation Center is intended to provide accessible factory installation of Active Winglets to the eastern United States and South America. These services are already offered at the Tamarack West Coast Transformation Center in Sandpoint, Idaho and the Tamarack European Transformation Centre in Oxford, England. Tamarack also offers Active Winglet service through twenty additonal Authorized Service Centers across the US, South America, and Europe.

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Sustainability Aviation Fuels & Synthesized Sustainability

Sustainability Aviation Fuels & Synthesized Sustainability

Tamarack is positioned among the current aerospace innovators working to provide a realistic and sustainable future of flying. Today, industry discourse points toward a synthesized effort to take on the climate crisis, with experts in all fields looking to solutions. 

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Tamarack Aerospace Featured in Contrails Citation Fall 2020

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Tamarack Announces First Install at New European Installation Center

Tamarack Announces First Install at New European Installation Center

Oxford, UK – Tamarack® Aerospace is thrilled to announce the first series of Active Winglet installations on three Cessna Citation Jets at the new Tamarack European Installation Centre based at the London-Oxford Airport, United Kingdom. These installations mark the beginning of the company’s long held expansion goals and signals yet another exciting phase of growth for Tamarack after increasing the number of service centres in the U.S. and expanding its headquarters facilities in Sandpoint, Idaho.

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Runway Safety: Landing Excursions

Runway Safety:  Landing Excursions

Landing and staying on the runway require a team effort from both airplane and pilot. When preventing excursion accidents or incidents, Active Winglets can provide an ideal landing with a plenty of runway and fuel to spare – plus a happy, safe pilot.

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Fly at your maximum efficiency with Tamarack's FREE eBook, created for the thoughtful pilot.

Fly at your maximum efficiency with Tamarack's FREE eBook, created for the thoughtful pilot.

Enjoy your perfect flight, every time! Download here: https://ecs.page.link/S3Ep2

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Active Winglets Increase Aircraft Safety Margins and Utility

Active Winglets Increase Aircraft Safety Margins and Utility

Active Winglets provide an increase in the margin of safety during takeoff and landing, which are the two most critical phases associated with flight safety.

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