Hartzell Prepares For Advanced Air Mobility Future

Piper M350
A Piper M350 single-engine piston fitted with a Hartzell Propeller.
Credit: Bill Carey
Advanced air mobility (AAM) aircraft present a new market opportunity for 105-year-old Hartzell Propeller. “We see this as an evolution to be able to continue to serve aircraft,” said Mitch Heaton, recently appointed as Hartzell Propeller director of business development and new technology. “It’s an...

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