Harlow Aerostructures, a component supplier to the aviation industry, has developed its first autothrottle for new general aviation aircraft. The company, based in Wichita, is seeking a launch customer for the equipment. It expects to receive certification for the new HAT-05 auto throttle by the end of April. The objective is to get autothrottles onto more business aircraft, company President Jim Barnes said. “There shouldn’t be any reason for not having these.” The next ...


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