BLACKHAWK MODIFICATIONS

20/05/2014JSSI® AND BLACKHAWK MODIFICATIONS, INC. TEAM FOR PT6A ENGINE UPGRADE PROGRAMS

Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI) and Blackhawk Modifications, Inc. (BMI) are announcing a strategic alliance that provides Blackhawk’s existing and future customers the opportunity to be part of the growing community of turboprop owners and operators enjoying the peace of mind that comes with JSSI’s hourly cost maintenance programs.

25/11/2013BLACKHAWK’S 208A CARAVAN XP42A UPGRADE APPROVED BY BRAZIL’S CAA

Blackhawk, the industry leader in turboprop aircraft performance upgrades, today announced that Brazil’s civil aviation safety authority, Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC)

24/10/2013BLACKHAWK CERTIFICATION EFFORTS FOR FLOAT-EQUIPPED CARAVANS

Caravan and Grand Caravan operators who fly with Wipline Amphibious Floats will soon be able to further enhance the performance, flexibility and utility of their aircraft with the Blackhawk XP42A engine upgrade.

13/08/20133 LEADERS OF KING AIRS PERFORMANCE-ENHANCING TECHNOLOGIES JOIN FORCES AT LABACE

Three companies (Blackhawk Modifications, BLR Aerospace, and Raisbeck Engineering) are joining forces at the Latin American Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (LABACE) Aug. 14-16 to provide one-stop shopping for King Air owners/operators interested in improving the performance and value of their aircraft. The three companies are leading providers of performance-enhancing technologies for the King Air family of aircraft.

31/07/2013BLACKHAWK MODIFICATIONS DELIVERS XP135 KING AIR C90B UPGRADE TO B&G AIRCRAFT FOR CORPORATE TRANSPORT

Blackhawk Modifications, Inc., a global leader in the design, development and installation of performance improvement systems for single- and twin-engine turboprop aircraft, has delivered an XP135 upgrade of a corporate transport Hawker Beechcraft King Air C90B for B&G Aircraft, LLC.

30/07/2013BLACKHAWK MODIFICATIONS DELIVERS SECOND XP42A GRAND CARAVAN TO TRANS GUYANA AIRWAYS

Blackhawk Modifications, the global leader in the design, development and installation of performance improvement systems for single- and twin-engine turboprop aircraft, has delivered its second XP42A Grand Caravan 208B upgrade to Trans Guyana Airways.

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