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Signature TechnicAir approved for Tamarack winglets
A reduction in fuel burn, performance gains and increased asset value; it could be a win-win-win situation for some Citation owners now active winglets are available in the U.K.
Read this story in our August 2018 printed issue.

Signature TechnicAir in Bournemouth, UK, has been appointed an authorised installer of Tamarack Aerospace Group's Atlas Active Winglets for the Cessna Citation series. Tamarack CEO Brian Cox comments: "Many owners will prefer to combine their Active Winglet upgrade with avionics or engine work, so this is a win-win for our European customers."

Tamarack Active Winglets are said to be the only aerodynamic technology on the market that can reduce time to climb and fuel burn, while increasing range and aircraft stability, without any structural reinforcement, yielding significant time and cost savings. Tamarack Active Winglets are approved via EASA, FAA, ANAC and Transport Canada supplemental type certificate (STC) for installation on the Cessna CJ, CJ1, CJ1+, M2, CJ2, CJ2+, CJ3 and CJ3+ business jets.

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