A Word About Your Aircraft's Performance
Take a moment to consider your aircraft’s performance. What’s the first word that comes to mind? If you said something like “OK,” “Lackluster” or “Unimpressive,” you’ve come to the right place.
Blackhawk customers say things like, “Jumps off the runway!”, “Incredible!”, and “Absolutely off the chart!” These are pilots just like you who refused to settle for so-so performance and over-budget overhauls.
They found a better way, and you can, too. New engine performance from Blackhawk – because the best new aircraft may already be in your hangar.
Pictured Above: Blackhawk’s XP140-powered Cessna Caravan WACO, TX – July 24, 2017 – Blackhawk Modifications, Inc. and Metal Innovations Inc. are proud to announce that they are teaming up to revitalize aging Cessna Caravans with the Caravan Reset Program. This program will allow Cessna Caravan operators to reset their aircraft to like-new standards, for a fraction of…Read More
Pictured above: Blackhawk’s Test 350 and 350ER Aircraft at Their Headquarters in Waco, TX. Click here for this image in high resolution. OSHKOSH, WI – July 24, 2017 — Blackhawk Modifications is celebrating completion of certification flight testing for its newest Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) project — the XP67A Engine+ Upgrade for the King Air…Read More
The XP67A Engine+ Upgrade STC program presses forward toward certification. If you’ve missed our previous Milestone Updates, you can view them all by clicking here. Key developments over the past month include: We have encountered some scheduling conflicts with the FAA over the past several weeks as a result of their underfunded travel budget.…Read More
“Se comparado ao motor de 600shp, a solução da Blackhawk permite ao Caravan decolar com 152m a menos de pista, ou 91m a menos se comparado ao motor de 675shp de potência. Pode parecer pouco. Mas na Amazônia ou em regiões de difícil acesso, que são uma realidade na América do Sul, onde um metro…Read More
We are now about a month away from receiving the STC for the XP67A Engine + Upgrade. Some recent updates for you: We have satisfactorily completed all the intensive and exacting FAA certification flight tests and have flown over 120 hours in total. We have submitted all the certification reports to the FAA. Our…Read More