Certification of PAL demonstrator aircraft
By Wings Staff
PAL Aerospace, a subsidiary of Exchange Income Corporation, reached a significant milestone in its Force Multiplier Surveillance Program. PAL's DASH-8 demonstrator surveillance aircraft has received final certification from Transport Canada. The company explains this follows a complex process due to the highly modified state and technical capabilities of the aircraft.
By Wings Staff
PAL explains this demonstrator surveillance aircraft is a rapidly deployable asset that can immediately assist clients with the provision of actionable data/information within a broad range of missions. The company continues to explain the platform significantly enhances its contracted Intelligence. Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities worldwide – in addition to their historic surveillance programs.
The aircraft, according to PAL, has key differentiators from other ISR assets like its enhanced onboard data management capabilities and long-range mission ability.
“I would like to congratulate the PAL Aerospace team on their innovation and dedication to completing this new sophisticated flexible platform for clients around the world and thank Transport Canada for its support and dedication throughout the certification process,” said Mike Pyle, CEO of EIC. “This specialized aircraft, capable of global operations in all climates, has already generated significant interest during previews at events such as the Dubai Airshow and EuroNaval 2018 in Paris.”