Hello everyone and welcome to our July 2021 quarterly update.
I’d like to start this update with the incredibly exciting news that TurbAero will be displaying at EAA AirVenture (Oshkosh) this year! We have assembled an enthusiastic, friendly and fully trained team to staff our booth. Our team is looking forward to meeting with as many of you as possible to discuss your current project or future plans. If indeed you are planning to attend, be sure to visit us in booth #615 in the Homebuilt Aircraft Display Area. You will find us nestled between Vans, Lancair, Velocity, Arion, Sling, Zenith, etc, so if you are checking them out, please come and visit us also.
With our technical and commercial programs progressing exceptionally well, it is now time for TurbAero to start engaging actively with the community of enthusiasts who have an interest in getting turbine engine technology into experimental aircraft. As such, our aim for attending Oshkosh this year is to raise awareness about our engines, our company and our program to develop and deliver a high-quality turbine engine to the recreational aviation community.
Two exciting highlights of our exhibit will include an engine model which will be mounted to the firewall of a small single-seat aircraft, and our interactive engine simulator which will provide the opportunity for visitors to our exhibit to have a go at running our engine virtually. If you haven’t already, I encourage you to read this update on our website which details both of these exciting features on display at our booth.
On the design and technical front, we are getting very close to having a finalised design and we expect that this latest iteration will be the version that we take through to prototyping. The latest technical program update can be found here.
If you are not attending Oshkosh, we are equally keen to connect with you. You can find out about all the ways to stay ahead of the POWER curve and keep up to date with our news in this article.
As always, safe flying!
Founder and CEO, TurbAero