Hartzell Propeller Investments in OEM Aircraft on Exhibit at 2022 NBAA-BACE

posted on 5th October 2022 by Eddie Saunders
Hartzell Propeller Investments in OEM Aircraft on Exhibit at 2022 NBAA-BACE

New aircraft equipped with the latest props from Hartzell Propeller will be on static display when the 2022 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) convenes here Oct. 18-20.

The broad presence reflects Hartzell’s deep investments in advanced aerodynamic propellers with cutting-edge improvements in performance and multiple 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,” said 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,” he added.

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, AD508

Cirrus Aircraft SR-22, AD505, and Booth 3600

Daher TBM960 and Kodiak, AD510, and Booth 3232

Pilatus Business Aircraft PC-12, AD307

Piper Aircraft M500-600, AD509, and Booth 4886

Textron Aviation Beechcraft King Air, AD502, and Booth 1273

On display in Hartzell’s booth will be its advanced swept airfoil five-blade structural composite prop for Daher’s TBM 700/800 and 900 series aircraft, and a specially designed five-blade carbon fiber Hartzell prop for Pilatus PC-12 turboprops.