News and Insights
Tamarack Aerospace Group has generated numerous headlines in the past and 2019 has proven newsworthy as well.
Tamarack Aerospace Group (Tamarack), inventor and manufacturer of Active Winglets, today announced that it has filed a Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization with the Eastern District of Washington. The filed Plan includes repayment of all creditors in full and, when approved, the Plan will allow Tamarack to emerge from bankruptcy.
As you may know, in order to expedite our original certification process, Tamarack’s Supplemental Type Certificate (SA03842NY) was issued through EASA via Cranfield Aerospace Solutions, in the UK. We are pleased to announce that as of October 9, our STC has been transferred to the FAA and Tamarack Aerospace Group will be handling STC maintenance and continued operational safety.
Tamarack Aerospace Group announced today that it has received final U.S. Bankruptcy Court authorization to accept the full amount of its $1.95 million in committed debtor-in-possession (“DIP”) financing. The new liquidity is provided by a consortium of friendly investors including existing Active Winglet customers, vendors, and other company stakeholders who are committed to Tamarack’s future.
Tamarack Aerospace is pleased to announce that the Active Winglet installation on tail number N44VS will be completed by mid-August, says Tamarack President Jacob Klinginsmith. The aircraft owner is 30 year pilot J. Wickham Zimmerman, CEO and co-founder of Outside the Lines in Orange County, California. This is the first installation to be completed following the recent regulatory review by EASA and the FAA.
Tamarack Aerospace Group is pleased to announce the first Bournemouth installation of its ATLAS ® Active Winglets for the Cessna Citation business jet line, completed by its service partner, Signature TECHNICAir.
Tamarack Aerospace Group announced today that the FAA has approved a global Alternative Method of Compliance (AMOC) lifting restrictions put in place by the Airworthiness Directive (AD) issued in May on Cessna CitationJets equipped with ATLAS Active Winglets.
The AMOC is an intermediate step meant to provide a way for the affected CitationJets to fly sooner than waiting for the final resolution of the AD, which will come later. Its provisions allow all US registered aircraft in compliance with Service Bulletin (SB)1480 to fly again without the AD’s restrictions.
Tamarack Aerospace Group, Inc. announced today that the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has lifted restrictions put in place by the April Emergency Airworthiness Directive (EAD) on Cessna CitationJets equipped with ATLAS Active Winglets.
There has been much discussion about how an aircraft with Tamarack Winglets behaves when a failure occurs. This page is intended to dispel misconceptions and rumors and to bring context to the public.
Tamarack Aerospace has voluntarily filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. Tamarack has chosen to make this difficult decision as a direct result of the EASA and FAA Airworthiness Directive (AD) issued against the Tamarack ATLAS Active Winglet system, which has effectively grounded the fleet of CitationJets with the Active Winglets installed.