“At Cirrus Aircraft we are honored and humbled to be awarded the 2017 Collier Trophy and to even be mentioned among the giants in aviation and space research that have won before us.”
Quiet Technology Aerospace, or QTA for short, has recently received Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval for the company’s 5th airframe specific, carbon fiber engine inlet replacement barrel. The supplemental type certificate provides a solution in terminating the plague like issue of engine inlet cowl, inner barrel corrosion that impacts the operators of the Challenger 300/350. The new QTA STC can be applied to the global fleet of six-hundred fifty-nine aircraft.
Battling an expensive along with time consuming problem of aluminum inner-barrel engine inlet corrosion as well as acoustic screen degradation on the Challenger 300/350 engines’ inlet cowls, QTA now offers a lighter version of the innovative Carbon Graphite Composite Barrel that erases this issue. It also comes with a warranty that stays together with the aircraft’s serial number, which last a lifetime. The appearance of the inlets remain unchanged from its original appearance, even after installation.
Quite Technology Aerospace is also able to provide an entire set of best inner barrel upgrades for the customers’ inlets in fifteen days for the Challenger series. This lessens the operator’s downtime in comparison to alternative corrosion repairs. Furthermore, QTA also provides a low-cost inlet that is a part of their “loaner and exchange program.” This ensures that the aircraft is unharmed by any long term AOG conditions. Like the lighter version of the Carbon Graphite inlet series, this barrel also comes with a lifetime warranty that goes along with the aircraft’s serial number.
The Challenger 300/350 solution is Quite Technology Aerospace’s 5th approved STC that is under their carbon fiber engine inlet solution programs. There are other airframes that are affected by inner barrel corrosion but which can benefit from QTA’s innovative engineering and carbon fiber manufacturing, which includes the Lear 60, the Gulfstream G200, the Hawker 1000, and Falcon 2000EX/LX. At this time, QTA is aiming to work on a design and certification of three more aircrafts that also suffer from the problem of inlet cowl corrosion.
"Since the inception of the carbon fiber inner barrel replacement program in 2015, many operators have advocated both QTA’s technology and manufacturing quality of products. Quiet Technology Aerospace has installed almost 60 carbon fiver inlet barrels on over 40 aircrafts around the world."
Operators have shown relief from the corrosion problem that has bothered their engine inlets and are pleased with the quality and fair price of QTA’s solution.
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Established in 1911 in Manitoba, Canada as an automotive engine repair shop. The company teamed up with Landmark Aviation in 2007 and create a corporate head office in the United State, even though the principal functions of the company are ongoing in Manitoba. Today, Standard Aero turned to be one of the world aerospace industry’s greatest individualistic maintenance, repair and overhaul providers.
Founded in 1936, with headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, Honeywell Aerospace is a leading manufacturer of aircraft engines and avionics. It is a division of the Honeywell International Organization. Today, most of Honeywell’s revenue is related to energy systematic products, and a substantial portion holds up clean air and water to encourage a good and safe living.
Europe, Middle East, Africa and India regions have a new outstanding maintenance repair and overhaul services approved by Honeywell Aerospace supporting the Honeywell TFE731 family of turbofan engines, which is Standard Aero. Europe, Middle East, Africa and India will have Standard Aero as the only maintenance facility authorized to execute both Core Zone Inspections and MSP covered Major Periodic Inspections.
The contract, effective January 1st, 2018, is a long-term commitment by which Standard Aero expects assisting more than 1,500 Major Periodic Inspections and Core Zone Inspections engine occurrences over the contract’s existence.
Eric Thompson, Engines Product Director for Standard Aero said:
“Receiving this Honeywell authorization cements our reputation as the world leader on TFE731 engine maintenance. StandardAero has performed more than 19,000 TFE731 MPI & CZI engine maintenance events during our 40 years of servicing this engine and we look forward to offering our experience, quality and world class turn-times to operators in the EMEAI region.”
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Bell Helicopter Company, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, is getting closer each day to creating an unmanned V-247 Vigilant tiltrotor for the US Marine Corps. The project began in 2016 and has been completely funded from inside sources. Talk of the unmanned tiltrotor began when the US Marine Corp expressed a need for a long-range unmanned aircraft.
MUX, the nickname for the project, is designed to fill the gaps currently present in the flight program. The V-247 Vigilant tiltrotor is designed to handle a host of different missions, from supplying new cargo to men on the ground to scanning surrounding areas for enemy camps.
The V-247 Vigilant has been designed to handle anything the US Marine Corp throws at it. Right now, the helicopters are set to work in fleets of five or less and will be able to run for up to six hours and travel 835 kilometers.
A manned version of the V-247, called the V-280 Valor, is also in the works and would work along side the unmanned aircrafts. These two models share similar states but would be able to handle different missions. While the V-247 is unable to carry passengers the V-280 would be able to.
The two also have similar interior set-ups with prop-rotors being able to move while the aircraft engine remains sedentary. All of these functions and options are being tested and perfected within each aircraft and we can expect to see these two-tiltrotor’s flying through the sky very shortly.
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