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.
LAS VEGAS, NV – October 9, 2017 – Blackhawk Modifications, Inc. is celebrating the STC-approval of their latest XP Engine+ Upgrade – the XP67A for the King Air 350 – by offering a show special discount on any XP Engine+ Upgrade order placed before October 31, 2017. Blackhawk provides factory-new Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC)…Read More
Pictured Above: SNC’s Test Bed King Air 350ER at Blackhawk HQ for XP67A Engine+ Upgrade Certification Click here for this image in high resolution. LAS VEGAS, NV – October 9, 2017 – Through Blackhawk Modifications’ subsidiary government and military sales division, Vector-Hawk Aerospace (VHA), the companies have teamed with Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) to…Read More
WACO, TX – September 6, 2017 – Blackhawk Modifications is proud to announce that Shane Ellis has joined the Blackhawk Team in the position of Regional Sales Manager. Shane has been serving corporate aviation clients for nearly 20 years. He has been involved in leading and managing aviation organizations for both domestic and international companies…Read More
WACO, TX – August 21, 2017 – Blackhawk Modifications is thrilled to announce that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has certified its new high-power XP67A Engine+ Upgrade for the King Air 350. The certification process, which included 172 flight hours over 132 flights, was completed in just 14 months, according to company President and Chief…Read More
We were hoping that we would have the XP67A STC in hand before sending out another update, but we’re told that we will not have the STC for another week or so. The delay is simply a procedural matter within the FAA that is out of our control. Some positive news to share –…Read More