50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

Raisbeck Engineering receives final STC approval in Argentina

Download: Printable PDF Date: 16 Jun 2017 08:20 categories:
Raisbeck Engineering receives final STC approval in Argentina - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

Raisbeck Engineering is pleased to announce that it has received Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval for its Swept Blade Propellers for the King Air B300 series from the Administración Nacional de Aviación Civil (ANAC).

“Today’s announcement completes the final STC approval for all Raisbeck Systems in Argentina for the B300 King Air model,” said Bill Lally, Vice President of Customer Support. “Our goal to certify Raisbeck Performance Systems in every corner of the globe has moved one step closer with this approval as we continue to work closely with Beechcraft/Textron Aviation and our customers to meet their needs.”

Raisbeck’s Swept Blade Propellers for the King Air B300 first received FAA certification in February 2016. Currently approved in 37 countries including Canada, Europe, Brazil, Mexico and Australia, Raisbeck’s Swept Blade Propellers with aluminum construction and advanced swept blade design, offers improved takeoff acceleration, better time to climb, faster cruise and improved landing deceleration. Raisbeck’s Swept design also offers more measurable quietness in the cockpit and cabin.

“Focusing on our goal to expand our presence internationally, we continue to add Supplemental Type Certificates with our most recent expansion into Asia,” Lally added. “STC approvals for our Swept Blade Propellers, Nacelle Wing Locker System and Dual Aft Body Strakes for the King Air 90 series are in review by the CAAC in China.”

Raisbeck Engineering is a recognized leader in the aviation industry for aircraft modifications. Dedicated to the improvement of performance in business and commercial aircraft, Raisbeck's aerodynamic designed enhancements achieve better performance results and improve passenger comfort. For more information about Raisbeck Engineering and our products‚ please visit Raisbeck.com

Loading comments for Raisbeck Engineering receives final STC approval in Argentina...


Boeing 737 MAX 7 Completes Successful First Flight

Boeing's new 737 MAX 7 successfully completed its first flight today. The airplane remains on schedule and now begins a comprehensive flight test program leading to certification and delivery...

Lauda to launch Laudamotion with 14 aircraft

Niki Lauda has announced plans to launch his new airline Laudamotion. Having been founded in 2004, the airline is due to commence operations on March 28 with 14 aircraft. The aircraft will come from t...

Skycop acts on airline strikes: petition is making its way to European lawmakers

Even though the air passenger market is protected by the European law, namely regulation no. 261/2004, lately it seems to have lost its influence on the market players. As continuing airline clashes w...

Boeing Recognized by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ for 10,000th 737

World's best-selling jetliner reaches new milestone fueled by strong market demand Thousands of Boeing employees gathered at the company's Renton, Wash. factory today to cele...