Tamarack Aerospace Group announced today that it has now received additional EASA and FAA approvals for its ATLAS ® Active Winglets on the Cessna Citation business jet line, with new authorizations for the C525A series, which includes the CJ2 and CJ2+ aircraft.
(Sandpoint, Idaho, May 20th 2017) - Tamarack® Aerospace Group, Inc. completed a one-stop Paris, Texas (KPRX) to Paris, France (LFPB) flight in the company’s Active Winglet equipped Cessna Citation CJ3.
The aircraft valuation guide Vref has valued Tamarack Aerospace Active winglets at 100% of their purchase price for the Cessna series CJ, CJ1, CJ1+ and M2 aircraft.
In this Tamarack Teaches video, Danny explains material behavior via the stress-strain curve, and how the elastic range is important in aircraft design.
Picture this for a second - you’ve just taken off and suddenly an engine fails. Can you maintain directional control? Can you fly safely? Hal discusses aircraft Minimum Control Speed in this week’s video
Cruise data is important for pilots but how is it gathered? Hal answers that question in this week’s Tamarack Teaches video.
In this video you will learn about the International Standard Atmosphere and how it is used in the world of aerospace.
Everybody talks about climb performance but how do we actually get there? Climb performance is governed by a fairly simple equation. Hal Explains in this TT video.