It's gonna be a big week but a great one! May 14- May 18 join us at Yorkton Aircraft as we bring together experts in their field for training opportunities. Pattern Testing going on all week as well as Thrush Tour 2018! See the details here.
Jeff Farr of Farr Air Inc. had the chance to travel down to Albany, Georgia to the Thrush Factory to review their new training initiatives. 1 week of training, 3 manuals, 1 worthy cause. Take a look at what Jeff had to say about his experience.
It's rebate time at Electronics International. Check here, to see if your EI purchase is eligible.
Robert McCurdy has a very strong opinion on hammerhead turns. If you haven't seen the February edition of Ag Air Update Ag Aviation's Newspaper, check out his article here.
If you're new to the industry, and are going to be at the CAAA, we invite you to our "New To The Industry Session". For more information, check it out here.
This 2-day workshop was designed to provide the fundamentals of Quality Assurance processes and procedures, and an understanding of audit findings and corrective actions plan, with an emphasis on their application to 702 operators.
Single engine air tankers to detect and fight fires is a growing necessity and Thrush Aircraft has delivered an ideal model in the 510G Switchback. The State of Georgia is a believer and it has taken delivery of two of these models. It's perfect size, manoeuvrability, the 510G Switchback has the ability to quickly deliver 500 gallons of water, retardant or fire suppressant with pinpoint…
At Thrush Aircraft, they care. Let's take a look at what they are up to.
Congratulations to Ryan Densham of P&WC on the NAAA Safety Award
December 8, 2017NAAA ALERT: Beware of Water-Immersed Air Tractors That May Be Available for Sale There were several aircraft immersed in and damaged by brackish water by Hurricane Harvey and the rain associated with it. It has come to NAAA’s attention that they are now being shopped for sale in the U.S. as airworthy. While they do currently have airworthiness certificates still and may…