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Tamarack Announces Seven New Active Winglet Installations Despite Aviation’s Pandemic Slowdown

In response to the COVID-19 economic impact, Tamarack® Aerospace Group has launched a temporary program to waive all installation fees for their revolutionary Active Winglet installs on Cessna CitationJets.

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Strong Response to Tamarack Active Winglet Free Installation

According to Tamarack Aerospace President Jacob Klinginsmith, three new customers have signed up for the free installation usually priced at $42-thousand, and more than two dozen other prospective Cessna CJ jet customers have strong interest and made contact with the company. Tamarack has installed more than one-hundred Active Winglets in CJ’s.

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Tamarack Aerospace Supports CARES Act to Make Air Travel More Safe and Efficient:

In response to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the aerospace industry, Tamarack is launching a temporary program with special pricing for its revolutionary Active Winglet technology

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Tamarack Plan of Reorganization Approved by Court

The Plan of Reorganization filed by Tamarack Aerospace Group was confirmed by the United States District Court for Eastern Washington on March 2, 2020, clearing the way for the company to begin the process to emerge from its voluntary bankruptcy. The Plan of Reorganization was affirmed by all voting classes without objection, includes repayment of all creditors in full and affirms that the Tamarack shareholders remain intact. The court’s approval is a testament to Tamarack’s financial strength, its dedication to its customers and the support of its shareholders.

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Tamarack Celebrates 100th Installation of Revolutionary Active Winglets

Tamarack Aerospace Group, Inc. celebrated the 100th installation of its revolutionary Active Winglet System at the Sandpoint, ID headquarters. The Tamarack team developed the first of its kind and only Active Winglet technology enabling aircraft to use much less fuel, fly farther with greater payloads and a more sustainable carbon footprint. The 100th installation milestone celebrates Tamarack’s continued growth and global leadership in winglet technology and aviation sustainability.

See the video of the festivities here.

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Tamarack Aerospace Gets Court Approval for Next Major Stage of Voluntary Reorganization

Tamarack Aerospace Group, Inc. announced today that the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Eastern District of Washington has approved the company’s Chapter 11 Disclosure Statement, which outlines its plan to pay back all debtors as it emerges from bankruptcy.

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Tamarack Aerospace Group Expands Its Authorized Dealer and Service Center Network to Meet Demand

The network of Tamarack Authorized Dealers and Service Center Partners now includes 19 organizations located around the world.

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Tamarack Aerospace Group Files Plans to Emerge from Chapter 11

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.

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Signature TECHNICAir Completes First Tamarack Active Winglet Installation

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.

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FAA Clears Tamarack Aerospace for Takeoff

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.

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