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Continental-Powered SkyCatcher Prototype Takes Flight
Wichita, KS, March 10, 2008 – Cessna’s first Continental-Powered prototype took to the air for the first time today! This first one-hour flight of the SkyCatcher consisted of flight maneuvers to evaluate the airplanes controllability and stability. To read more about this flight, Click Here.
Continental Motors President Interviewed by Aviation Consumer
Mobile AL, February 18, 2008 – Aviation Consumer editor Paul Bertorelli interviewed Continental Motors President Rhett Ross. Discussions include factory and product modernization and the development of an engine that operates on Jet A! To listen to the interview, Click Here. (works best with Windows Media Player)
Teledyne Mattituck Delivers 50th PowerLink ALPHA TMX Engine
Sebring, FL – January 17, 2008 - Teledyne Mattituck Services announces the delivery of its 50th PowerLink FADEC equipped TMX engine. The PowerLink TMX engine will be installed into a California based kit airplane project. Read more.
Continental Motors Announces Retirement of John Oakley
Mobile, AL – December 19, 2007 - Continental Motors announces the February 1, 2008 retirement of John Oakley, Special Manufacturing Advisor to Teledyne Continental Motors’ President, Rhett Ross, after a distinguished 10-year career at Continental Motors (TCM). Read more.
Teledyne President Rhett Ross Interviewed by Aero-News Editor Jim Campbell
Mobile AL, December 5, 2007 - Continental Motors President participated in a phone interview with Aero-News Editor Jim Campbell this past weekend. During the interview, Mr. Ross discussed present market position, immediate and long term
improvements, increasing customer satisfaction, and future product offerings. To listen to the two-part interview, click here: Part 1 | Part 2 (works best with Windows Media Player)
Teledyne Announces Management Promotions
Thousand Oaks, Calif. – October 31, 2007 - Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (NYSE:TDY) today announced the appointment of Rhett C. Ross as President of Teledyne Continental Motors, Inc., (Piston Engines), effective November 5, 2007. Ross, age 43, succeeds Bryan L. Lewis. Lewis will be retiring on February 1, 2008, after a distinguished 27-year career with Teledyne companies. Read more.