Triton Aerospace acquired all the intellectual and hardware assets of Adam Aircraft in 2009. The Denver-based computerized paperless design, development, and manufacturing company were once staffed by a thousand employees.
Over $396 million was spent to successfully certify a twin engine, 6-seat pressurized all carbon composite FAR 23 aircraft and partially completed the FAR 23 certification program for a twin turbofan powered 8 seat FAR 23 aircraft. This certification process in twin jet aircraft is near completion.
Over $396 million was spent to successfully certify a twin engine, 6-seat pressurized all carbon composite FAR 23 aircraft
Extensive aircraft developing tools, equipment, and instruments from Adam’s nearly 400,000sq feet facilities, were relocated to various Triton aircraft design, testing, and manufacturing facility in Mount Vernon, La Conner Wa., and Zhuhai, China. Development of the FAR 23 aircraft continues, including the Dragonfly, a light attack aircraft for the US Airforce.