GE’s H80 Engine Makes its First Flight on the Thrush 510G Aircraft

The first flight of the Thrush 510G aircraft, a 510-gallon, 10,500-pounds gross weight crop duster, lasted 30 minutes and is part of the overall flight-testing program to demonstrate the aircraft’s capabilities.


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