Message from Dave Rankin

October 2023 Message from David Rankin, Founder & President, on behalf of the Peregrine team

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.

We'll see you at NBAA-BACE!

We are looking forward to meeting friends, collegues and clients at this years’ NBAA-BACE. We can tell you in depth about our ODA capability and what we can do to streamline your STC needs.

We are now classified as ODA (AIR) 834328 NM. This designation allows Peregrine to develop and approve many types of STCs for Part 23, Part 25, Part 27 and Part 29 aircraft on behalf of the FAA.  See our ODA press release here

If we don’t see you at the show contact us at +1 (303) 325-3873 or click here for our contact page.

No matter the complexity, we are eager to deliver solutions to Manufacturers, Repair Stations and operators with the best value proposition.

We look forward to creating solutions for your STC, PMA, certification and engineering needs!

Mexico has increased its enforcement of several equipage mandates for aircraft operating in their airspace

Our AML STC for the Curtiss Wright Fortress recorder is an economical solution to meeting the FDR requirement. Working with Curtiss Wright and SoCal Jets to develop this STC, the system and STC are available exclusively from Texas Aerospace Technologies. We will soon be announcing an expanded approved model list to make this STC a solution for even more aircraft types. For more information, read this update on our solution for the Mexican airspace.


Peregrine is well placed to help you with your aircraft engineering needs, from environmental systems to avionics upgrades, and everything in between.
GAMA Releases Second Quarter 2023 Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report

GAMA Releases Second Quarter 2023 Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) published the second quarter 2023 General Aviation Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report. The general aviation aircraft manufacturing industry’s results for the first six months of 2023, when compared to the same period in 2022, show increased aircraft deliveries across all segments along with an increase in the overall value of the aircraft shipments.

“The growth of our industry remains strong as manufacturers continue to deliver and take orders for new aircraft. As we look towards the future, it will be imperative that we have stability, accountability and sound direction from regulatory authorities, particularly in the United States. Not only does the FAA need an effective permanent leader during this transformative time for aviation, but the agency is in the process of being reauthorized by Congress. We are encouraged by the bipartisanship we have seen throughout the legislative process and hope that the momentum to finalize an FAA reauthorization bill continues to build so that the agency can enhance its ability to deliver critical activities that promote safety, innovation and efficient promulgation of rules, policy and guidance that preserve global aerospace leadership,” said Pete Bunce, GAMA President and CEO.