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The PC-12NG cruises fi ve knots


faster with the fi ve-blade Hartzell propeller, climbs to a cruise altitude of 28,000 feet 10 percent quicker, and has a 50-foot reduction in total takeoff distance. Its highly swept airfoil reduces fl yover and cabin noise, and its blades are certifi ed for unlimited life.


“The Pilatus PC-12 with Hartzell’s


aerodynamic fi ve-blade prop gives owners and operators excellent performance and reliability,” says Hartzell Propeller executive vice president, J.J. Frigge. He adds that Hartzell off ers the new, composite, fi ve-blade Pilatus prop with its industry leading Top Prop warranty through fi rst overhaul (6 years or 4,000 hours). Hartzell’s structural composite


propeller utilizes aerospace-grade carbon fi ber and is fi ve to 10 times stronger than beech and spruce wood core propellers. Stronger materials permit thinner, wider airfoils that optimize performance. The propeller’s state-of-the-art


wedge-shank retention system made of stainless steel alloy is more robust than alternative lag bolt and aluminum construction. Further, it has a nickel cobalt leading edge with a stainless steel mesh erosion screen for unmatched durability and FOD protection.


WEST STAR AVIATION RECEIVES FAA PART 145 REPAIR STATION CERTIFICATION FOR DENVER


SATELLITE LOCATION West Star Aviation announces it has received FAA Part 145 repair station certifi cation for its Denver satellite location at Centennial Airport (APA). West Star Aviation’s Denver location opened in 2014, providing aircraft maintenance and support for Denver metropolitan airports. As a satellite location, APA off ers avionics repairs, maintenance troubleshooting and other services.


Fan/Turbine Balancing


“We are pleased to be able to


off er our Denver customers a maintenance option at our on-site APA facility. Our Part 145 repair station certifi cation allows us to provide effi cient maintenance options on select aircraft while still providing additional full-service aircraft maintenance if needed at one of our convenient locations,” says Eric Kujawa, general manager, West Star Aviation.


If necessary, the Denver location will obtain ferry permits so customers can utilize one of West Star Aviation’s three full-service MRO facilities located in East Alton, IL; Grand Junction, CO; and Chattanooga, TN.


To learn more information on specifi c models and ratings included in the Part 145 certifi cation for Denver, visit www.weststaraviation.com.


DUNCAN AVIATION ASSIGNS DEDICATED PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR FOR AFTERMARKET WARRANTY


PROGRAMS Duncan Aviation announces Scott McKenzie is taking over the administration of all OEM aftermarket warranty programs. In addition to his current responsibilities as an avionics tech rep for Duncan Aviation Components Services, McKenzie will assume the duties as Aftermarket Warranty Program administrator, overseeing contract sales, organization and administration of the company’s HAPP (Honeywell Avionics Protection Plan), Honeywell MPP (Mechanical Protection Plan), Rockwell Collins CASP (Corporate Aircraft Service Program), and Universal Avionics Flight Assure aftermarket warranty programs.


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