Hartzell Propeller to Exhibit Investment in OEM Aircraft at 2022 NBAA-BACE

Hartzell Propeller to Exhibit Investment in OEM Aircraft at 2022 NBAA-BACE

Hartzell Propeller to Exhibit Investment in OEM Aircraft at 2022 NBAA-BACE

New aircraft equipped with the latest props from Hartzell Propeller will be on static display during the 2022 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), Oct. 18-20, in Orlando, FL. The broad presence of aircraft will reflect not only Hartzell’s deep investment in advanced aerodynamic propellers with cutting-edge improvements in performance but also in the company's long-term relationships with a wide range of aircraft manufacturers.

“For this year’s NBAA-BACE, Hartzell props are to be found on many of the propeller-driven business aircraft on display,” says Hartzell Propeller president, JJ Frigge. “Our OEM and aftermarket-modifier customers are a who’s who of the business-aircraft industry and lead the way when it comes to higher-performing turboprop and piston aircraft."

Hartzell Propeller’s exhibit and support staff will be at Booth #4443 in the Orlando Convention Center. The company will have its executives; sales and engineering teams; and product support representatives in attendance. Additionally, its Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Business Development and New Technology office will be connecting with the AAM community at NBAA-BACE.

The Aircraft Display (AD) area will feature propeller-equipped aircraft on exhibit at Orlando Executive Airport. Hartzell Propeller equipment is standard on a number of aircraft that will be on exhibit at the show, including:

  • Aviat Aircraft Husky at AD508
  • Cirrus Aircraft SR-22 at AD505 and Booth #3600
  • Daher TBM960 and Kodiak at AD510 and Booth #3232
  • Pilatus Business Aircraft PC-12 at AD307
  • Piper Aircraft M500-600 at AD509 and Booth #4886
  • Textron Aviation Beechcraft King Air at AD502 and Booth #1273

On display at Hartzell’s booth will be its advanced, swept airfoil, five-blade, structural composite prop for Daher’s TBM 700/800 and 900 series aircraft, as well as a specially designed five-blade carbon-fiber Hartzell prop for Pilatus PC-12 turboprops. In addition, aircraft modifiers, who specialize in increasing performance with Hartzell-designed props, will be exhibiting at NBAA-BACE. Blackhawk Aerospace will be in Booth #4819 and Raisbeck Engineering in Booth #4319.

For more information, visit https://hartzellprop.com

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