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Airborne 10.12.21: Tamarack 4 KingAir, Netjets Buy, Honeywell Report

Also: Airbus Zephyr, Russian Skydive Accident, Avance L3 for HondaJet, New ACE Exec Director

Tamarack Aerospace has announced it’s current demonstration and validation trials with their new King Air Tamarack Performance Smartwing, an active winglet load alleviation technology.

In partnership with Dynamic Aviation, the complete modification process is under review by military and defense organizations looking to enhance capabilities for their fleet of King Air passive winglets. Testing on a 200 series aircraft began earlier this year, with 350 series testing to come. Cessna Citation, and now King Air users, can decrease fuel usage, increase payload, reduce noise, or add additional hot and high takeoff performance. After record contract utilization by existing fractional owners, NetJets is going ahead with another purchase agreement similar to its 2010 deal with Embraer (em-bree-air). Their newest agreement buys up to 100 additional Phenom 300 aircraft, in excess of $1.2 billion. Deliveries are expected to start in the second quarter of 2023 in the U.S. and Europe. Honeywell released its 30th annual Global Business Aviation Outlook, forecasting up to 7,400 new business jet deliveries totalling $238 billion from 2022 to 2031, a 1% increase in deliveries from the same forecast a year ago. 2021’s surveyed business jet operators show a 12% increase in their plans to purchase a used jet, accounting for 800 additional business aircraft. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AIrborne 10.12.21 is chock full of info in this Daily News Episode, Tuesday, October 12th, 2021... Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Kimberly Kay. Kimberly is supported by ANN Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, as well as ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell. This episode covers:

  • Tamarack Announces King Air Wing Mod 
  • Quantity Discount? NetJets Buys 100 Phenom 300s 
  • Eagerly Anticipated: Honeywell Publishes 30th Annual BizAv Outlook
  • Airbus Zephyr Solar HAPS Completes Successful 2021 Summer Test Flights 
  • Russian Parachuting Aircraft Crashes, Killing 16
  • Gogo’s Avance L3 STC Announced for HondaJet 
  • ACE Appoints New Executive Director: Daryl Price

Get Comprehensive, Real-Time, 24/7 coverage of the latest aviation and aerospace stories anytime, at And be sure to join us again tomorrow, for the next edition of "Airborne Unlimited" here on Aero-TV. Thanks for watching. See you, again, tomorrow!

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