Message from Dave Rankin

Message from David Rankin, Founder & President, on behalf of the Peregrine team

We're excited to announce a further enhancement to our Aviation Clean Air solution for Gulfstream, Challenger and Dassault-Falcon models.

We have received Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA), PQ5257NM, for the installation components for our Supplemental Type Certificate (STC), ST01066DE, and Approved Model List (AML). the ACA system neutralizes the virus that causes COVID 19 and is effective against numerous other pathogens and contaminants.

PMA will streamline the installation of the ACA installation components and the ACA needle point bipolar ionization (NPBI™) equipment available from Peregrine. The PMA covers the equipment used to install the ACA ionizers for Challenger CL604 (CL-600-1A11 (600), CL-600-2A12 (601) and CL-600-2B16), Gulfstream G-IV, Dassault Falcon 50 and Falcon 900, 900EX aircraft models.

Contact Peregrine for purchase information.


Peregrine is well placed to help you with your aircraft engineering needs, from environmental systems to avionics upgrades, and everything in between.

Give us a call or send us a message – we’d be happy to discuss with you how we can support you in meeting your customers needs and expectations.

Industry analysts indicate that Business Aviation is on the path to Recovery

"The global business jet market in fact has been faring much better than commercial aviation, marking a major departure from the usual trend owing to social distancing mandates, and has witnessed a strong uptick in fleet utilization levels by late 2020 and is projected to make a recovery to pre-COVID levels, in terms of fleet utilization, by mid-2021."

Global Business Jet Market (2021 to 2030) - Growth Opportunities, Force Field Analysis & Outlook

"When the final numbers are in on pre-owned sales, it’s expected that 2020 used transactions will have been on par with 2019, a remarkable accomplishment given the challenges thrown at the industry. Concerning new sales, while new business jet deliveries are expected to have ‘cratered’ 25-30% in 2020, my 2021 forecast anticipates 15% more deliveries than last year.”

Brian Foley, Business Aviation Market Overview - January 2021