Kestrel Aircraft Chooses Cox And Co. Deicing System For Single Turboprops
Kestrel Aircraft selected a Cox and Company electrical-mechanical expulsion deicing system for its single-turboprop aircraft, part of a series of refinements that the company is making as it works toward finalizing a design. Alan Klapmeier, the former Cirrus Aircraft founder who is developing the...
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