Traci Dugan, Director of Operations at Trego-Dugan Aviation, discusses the improved range and fuel efficiency of their aircraft after installing Tamarack Active Winglets in July (2020).
Haggar “loved every interaction” she had with the company during the process, noting her extremely positive first impression of the Active Winglet: smooth, comfortable, and steady.
Kevin Mock, founder and President of SkySouth Aviation, changed the game for his North Carolina-based charter company when he started flying with the Tamarack Active Winglet System.
Believe the hype - it’s real!
Fresh from his first CJ test flight, Justin Ferguson shares his thoughts about the experience.
In this video Randy Brown relates his impressions of flying an Active Winglet equipped CJ.
“Got into some turbulence and my wife actually noted the smoother ride (wow) without asking her if she noticed anything different. These things are sweet.” - Randy Brown
On video, Harry Hedaya talks with Nick Guida about his first flight in N525HA with Tamarack Active Winglets.
The Active Winglet system is the answer to all of our questions on how to design a 100% optimum winglet design without having to redesign the entire wing structure.
- Pablo C. Branco, Goulian Aerosports Team Coordinator
A PLEASANT SURPRISE
I recently had the good fortune to fly N122LM one of TAMARACKs modified CJ1+ aircraft with CJP’s membership chairman Steven Foote. To say I was pleasantly surprised would be a large understatement.
-Shawn Mack, Instructor USAF; approaching 22,000 hours; C501SP, C525, C525A, C525B
I recently had the pleasure of flying Tamarack’s straight CJ 525, equipped with the company’s Active Winglet technology.
Climbing to FL410 in 31 minutes with a takeoff weight of 10200lb (3220lb of fuel) was amazing. Trying steep turns and maneuvers with the yaw damper off was a real eye opener. The stats that Tamarack has on its web page are dead on.
- Steve Bradley, LOFT Flight Instructor
“This was the first “production” CJ with the winglets. On first observation I was encouraged by their design as it seemed to solve the riddle of “what” to do to combat excessive wing loading to an aircraft that was never designed for winglets. The engineering just makes sense. “
- Tyson Teeter / SouthWind Global Aviation, Co-Owner and Operations.