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With a little help from Mother Nature and the use of dedicated flight test instrumentation, the team of global specialists obtained valuable data in order to analyze the airframe ice accretion and ice protection system performance. Mitsubishi Photo
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The G600, which was piloted by Gulfstream experimental test pilots Scott Martin and Todd Abler, departed Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport at 1:50 p.m. on Dec. 17, 2016, and spent two hours and 53 minutes in the air. Gulfstream Photo
The second Longitude joins the flight test program that will include multiple flying aircraft in addition to several ground-test articles and more than 40 additional test articles for various sub-systems. Cessna Photo