Arcline Investment Management to Acquire Hartzell Aviation

Arcline Investment Management (“Arcline”), a growth-oriented private equity firm, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Hartzell Aviation (“Hartzell” or the “Company”) from Tailwind Technologies. Hartzell designs and manufactures proprietary aircraft subsystems and aftermarket components. The Company operates two complementary business units: Hartzell Propeller and Hartzell Engine Tech. Hartzell Propeller is […]

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NAHF Names Aimee Maruyama President & CEO

The National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) is delighted to announce the appointment of Aimee Maruyama as its President & CEO. Ms. Maruyama emerged as the top candidate after a competitive and inclusive national search conducted by the NAHF’s Board of Trustees and facilitated by Korn Ferry, a leading global executive research and recruitment firm. […]

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Hartzell Propeller Boosts Green Flying Technology

When Universal Hydrogen’s De Havilland Dash 8 hydrogen fuel cell-powered testbed first flew earlier this month, its powertrain included a prop designed and tested for the experimental aircraft by Hartzell Propeller. The 91-inch diameter five-blade swept airfoil carbon fiber propeller utilized derivative blades, hub and retention components from an existing 14 CFR Part 35 certified […]

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NAHF Announces New Board Leadership

The National Aviation Hall of Fame announced its Board of Trustees has elected aviation and aerospace attorney James E. Cooling as board chair and business aviation leader Douglas Schwartz as vice chair. With the organization engaged in the transformation of its Heritage Hall and Education Center in Dayton, Ohio, and working at the forefront to […]

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Hartzell Receives Voyager Propeller STC for Cessna Skywagon Fleet

Building on acceptance by backcountry flyers of Cessna Skywagons, Hartzell Propeller has once again expanded the applicability of its ubiquitous three-blade aluminum Voyager props. The Voyager, which is popular with bush pilots, was previously approved for other Cessna 180/182/185/206 aircraft powered by the Continental 520 and 550 engines. The Voyager is now STC approved for […]

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FAA Awards $231,000 in Grants to Expand Outreach to Under-Represented Students in STEM

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded $231,000 in grants to support Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) outreach. “If kids can dream it, they can do it. It’s up to us to light the path for them,” said FAA Deputy Administrator Bradley Mims. Three grants are for universities to facilitate STEM […]

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The National Aviation Hall of Fame Receives ISTAT Grant for Wings of Women 2022

The National Aviation Hall of Fame (NAHF) announced that the International Society of Transportation Aircraft Trading Foundation (ISTAT) awarded the NAHF with a grant in support of their 2022 Wings of Women (WOW) event. The ISTAT Foundation annually supports non-profit organizations as part of their effort to raise awareness of aviation careers, provide dedicated education, […]

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