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Volume 30, Number 25c, June 21, 2023
Rolls-Royce Announces New-Tech Small Turbine Engine Program
Rolls-Royce (R-R) announced yesterday, June 19, it is ready to begin testing on a small, as yet unnamed gas turbine engine designed specifically for hybrid-electric flight. The target market includes electrical vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft for urban air[…]   Read this article
Tecnam Adds A New Engine-Choice Option For P2012 Buyers
Tecnam P2012 Traveller and Sentinel buyers may now choose between Brand “C” and Brand “L” for their engines. The company announced today (June 20) it is now making the popular fixed-gear, light twin available with a pair of turbocharged Continental[…]   Read this article
JP Instruments 'Easy Fit
'Seaglider' Concept Takes On Over-Water Travel Challenge, With a Twist
Regent, a New England-based company formed a few years ago by a pair of MIT graduates and aeronautical-industry refugees, is challenging conventions involving airplanes and high-speed boats. Can a winged vehicle capable of leaving the surface of the water still[…] Read this article

Garmin 'Pilot, plan file fly log
Boom Supersonic Delivers Overture Program Update At Paris Air Show
On one of aviation’s most visible international stages, Blake Scholl, founder and CEO of Boom Supersonic, said at the Paris Air Show, “We are incredibly proud of the progress with Overture and Symphony from our global team of partners and[…] Read this article

MCICO 'SAM March 8 2023'
Daher Announces New Innovation Stimulus Branded As 'Imagineering'
Citing industry challenges involving decarbonization, managing weakened supply chains and navigating international sociopolitical tension, among others, today (June 20) Daher announced a new initiative at the Paris Air Show branded as “Imagineering by Daher.” Drawing on encouraging results with the[…] Read this article

Kitplanes 'Take to the air
Short Final: Reading Level
We were at 7,000 feet, in and out of clouds, destination a VFR-only airport. Thinking it might be hard to get below the clouds as we continued toward our destination, given the controllers’ MVA, and knowing there was a reasonable[…] Read this article