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July 24, 2023

Airborne 07.24.23: MOSAIC Details!, DeltaHawk DHK180, Tom Poberezny Statue

 Also: Daher Upgrades, AEA’s Giveaway, Pelton on MOSAIC, MOSAIC, MOSAIC!

STICK Around for the latter end of this episode of Airborne… Got question about MOSAIC… EAA Boss Jack Pelton has a lot of info to impart! It's been years since we’ve seen a new AMERICAN powerplant…. Much less one that takes advantage of MODERN technology… but DeltaHawk will be going to production in the first half of next year and helping to modernize GA in a big way. Sadly; we lost Tom last year while Oshkosh 2022 was in the works, after a prolonged illness and we will really miss the guy. But his work lives on and now he has been memorialized with a stunning statue in the EAA Museum. Daher is here… and taking over

HondaJet to Debut Elite II at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2023

By Air, Land, and Sea

For the first time in the company’s 16-year history, Greensboro, South Carolina-based Honda Aircraft Company will display its HondaJet Elite II at EAA’s AirVenture 2023 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The HondaJet Elite II—and an accompanying selection of Honda products—will be exhibited throughout the 24 through 30 July event. Honda’s AirVenture 2023 display has been carefully curated to showcase the company’s dedication to improving personal mobility on air, land, and sea.

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Good News for MD 530F Owners: Free MGTOW Upgrade On the Way

New Weight Limit Rises to 3,350 Lbs, a 250-Lb Upgrade

MD Helicopters has begun offering its MD 530F Maximum Gross Take Off Weight Upgrade to operators of F-model helicopters as a free upgrade. The firm says the move is "a part of the company’s continuing efforts to increase customer support and service", upgrading owner's aircraft from their former MGTOW of 3,100 pounds to 3,350. They describe it as an "internal weight increase, with a new Vne of 150 knots. Maximum external load gross weight, minimum flying weight, and the center of gravity remain unchanged.

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