DeltaHawk Engines EAA AirVenture 2017 Recap

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DeltaHawk Engines At EAA AirVenture 2017

While Oshkosh 2017 has been done for a while, we don’t want to miss out on sharing DeltaHawk’s recent recap and pictures from the event. DeltaHawk Engines  had a very successful week at Airventure 2017 and shared a lot of pictures on their Facebook page. There was apparently no shortage of interest in the engine, both from long-time enthusiasts and those being introduced to the design and concept for the first time. Lots of smiling faces rounded the event for the innovative company from Wisconsin.

This year’s event drew nearly 600,000 attendees from more than 80 countries. And in addition to conversations with booth visitors, DeltaHawk Engine staff partook in valuable meetings with suppliers, aircraft manufacturers, partners, FAA personnel, industry groups, and political leaders. Thanks to those who stopped by the booth to show your support, and the many DeltaHawk Engine employees (and retirees) who worked hard to help the show be a success. Be prepared for heavy foot traffic in the booth in 2018!

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017 – more photos!

Posted by DeltaHawk Engines, Inc. on Wednesday, July 26, 2017

DeltaHawk Engines, Inc. was formed in 1996 to answer the general aviation industry’s call for a “clean sheet” compression-ignition engine. By 1997, DeltaHawk developed a prototype engine running on a static Velocity airframe.

Today, DeltaHawk continues to anticipate and exceed the needs of general aviation. And in 2018, plans to test and certify their multi-fuel (Diesel or Jet-A) 160-200 horsepower engine family for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification; resulting in the smallest, lightest, most fuel-efficient and reliable multi-fuel engines on the market.

Aviation applications range from small t®wo-seat Light Sport Aircraft at the lower end of the power range, to 6-seat single engine and 12-seat twin engine fixed wing aircraft and 4-seat helicopters at the high end; as well as civilian and military drones. Please check them out on their website: www.deltahawk.com & visit their Facebook here!

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