Raisbeck Engineering, Inc. announced it has received Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the company’s five-blade composite swept propeller and four-blade aluminum swept propeller for the Beechcraft King Air 300/300LW aircraft.
The company says the propellers provide added performance, efficiency and a quieter cabin. The advanced design of the five-blade carbon composite swept propeller blades allows for unlimited blade life and reduced maintenance costs while providing the strength and durability expected from modern composites. As an alternative, Raisbeck is bringing its four-blade aluminum swept propeller, which has already been approved for the King Air 90, King Air 200 series and King Air B300 series, to the King Air 300/300LW.
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