The First CJ1+ with Active Winglets been returned to standard from experimental!
In the distance you see a 50 year old split winglet design on a 30 year old MD-11.
In the foreground you see the present and the future of winglets.
Flight test engineer Hal Gates, commented, “Flight testing went very smoothly, with no surprises. All the data is consistently positive, and all in line with expectations. I’ve been very happy with the flight tests on this airplane, and especially this latest set.”
Tamarack Aerospace’s CJ3 & CJ3+ Active Winglet certification proceeds on schedule.
Nick Guida, President of Tamarack, Hal Gates, Flight Test Engineer, and Tomasz Siebert, Flutter Engineer, prepare to depart Coeur d’Alene, ID (KCOE) for Waco, Texas (KPWG) and warmer climes
Tamarack Aerospace’s fully modified CJ3, N52ET, making a low pass over KSZT!
During a recent trip from Paris to Valencia, a Tamarack Active Winglet equipped Cessna 525 crosses the Pyrenees.