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NBAA-BACE 2019 In Review

Setting Up
Last month members of the TLG Aerospace leadership team traveled to Las Vegas to attend the National Business Aviation Association Business Aviation Conference and Expedition (NBAA-BACE) in Las Vegas. Attending this year’s event was President Steve Muenzberg, Director of Engineering Robert Lind, Director of Program Management Steve Nelson, and Program Manager and Marketing Lead Joseph Cutler. While TLG has attended this event many times in the past, this was the first time exhibiting at the event. We were also featured in the publication “Aviation Business Daily”, which was widely distributed at the conference. As a first-time exhibitor, our booth was given the privilege of being centrally located and allowed us an excellent opportunity to meet and greet numerous individuals from around the industry that we had never met before.

Planning for the Future
As well as meeting many new faces, we were also grateful to have the opportunity to speak with numerous previous and current partners and discuss exciting plans for the future. With all of the growth happening in the industry, we were truly on our feet all day and engaged in numerous in-depth discussions that have us very excited about 2020. As much as email and phone calls are a great way to check in, it truly was a wonderful chance to be to meet with industry partners. All this face to face time within the span of only a few days is something we look forward to every year. Viva Las Vegas!

Having Fun
But when you are in Vegas, it is never all work and no play. Some of the keynote speakers at the event were Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Ross Perot, Jr. The team also had a great time checking out the many wonderful static displays and other exhibits. Some of the highlights were the Personal Aircraft Vehicles (PAVs) and the beautiful Pilatus Aircraft on display at the conference center. Robert Lind and Steve Nelson also spent some time checking out the static displays at the Henderson Executive Airport on the last day of the conference. During the tour of the airfield, Robert Lind couldn’t help but take some notes on possible aerodynamic improvements that could be made to some of the aircraft on display. Once it is in your blood, it’s in your blood…

Overall the conference was a great time to bond as a team, meet with new and existing partners and learn about the current state of the business aviation industry. We can’t wait for next year in Orlando!

TLG Recognized by AFA as the 2019 Aerospace Company of the Year

TLG Aerospace was honored to be recognized at this year’s Aerospace Future’s Alliance (AFA) Aerospace Summit as the 2019 Aerospace Company of the Year. The award was presented by AFA President and CEO Emily Wittman, for both excellence in engineering and community service. AFA was formed in 2006 to provide a single voice for policy issues affecting the industry and advocates for over 1400 companies through out Washington State. The Summit included speakers from industry leaders such as Boeing, Blue Origin, Space Flight Industries, AeroTEC and numerous representatives from the Washington State Legislature.

Engineering Excellence
In her award presentation, Emily Wittman remarked that “TLG provides a high standard of excellence across multiple engineering disciplines”. TLG’s team of 40+ aerospace engineers and four in-house DER’s have experience working with over 100 companies across a wide range of platforms of aircraft and space launch vehicles. The team has worked on numerous challenging programs and has used those experiences to continually improve and develop cutting edge tools and methodologies.

Community Service
TLG was also recognized for helping collect toys for AFA’s Christmas STEM toy drive last year. The toys were collected at the TLG office on Westlake Avenue in Seattle, before being loaded into an old fire truck and donated to community organizations such as Communities in Schools and the Birch Creek Youth Center.

Paris In The Summer Time

TLG Aerospace is excited to announce that our team will be heading to the 53rd Paris Air Show this June 17th through the 23rd. Traveling to the show will be our Director of Engineering (FAA Flight Analyst/Flutter DER) Robert Lind and our Director of Program Management, Steve Nelson.TLG will be exhibiting with the Washington State Pavilion (Hall 3) in the USA Pavilion as a part of showcasing our state as a U.S. leader in aerospace engineering excellence.

TLG’s expertise with four FAA DER’s and an experienced leadership staff with over 150 years of collective experience is always looking forward to new programs and providing critical engineering analysis from aerodynamic concept development through FAA and EASA Certification. TLG will be looking forward to connecting with industry innovators, aircraft developers and especially with startups exploring new aircraft designs and OEMs considering their next major modification.

Dating back to 1909, and now with over 140 aircraft expected to be exhibiting, the “Salon du Bourget” promises to bring together all the major players from across the industry. So, while the team can’t wait to for the Flying displays or to try the VR in the Paris Air Lab, we look forward to meeting you and helping your company succeed on your aircraft development programs.

This year’s show is sure to be a whirl wind of fun, discovery, and building new relationships with potential industry partners. If you will be attending the show at would like to make sometime to connect, please come visit with us in Hall 3, Stand A82 or reach out to Steve Nelson at

TLG Aerospace will be attending EBACE 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland

TLG Aerospace is pleased to announce that our team will be attending the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE). The conference will be held on May 21st through the 23rd at the Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland.

EBACE is jointly hosted by the EBAA and NBAA and is the only European event focused only on business aviation. Over 400 companies will be exhibiting with over 13,000 aviation professionals from around the world expected to attend.

We look forward to meeting with existing customers and making new connections in the European business aviation market. TLG has extensive experience with and knowledge of numerous types of business aircraft, and look forward to collaborating with customers to discuss how our wide range of engineering services may best suit their current and future needs.

To schedule meetings, please contact Mr. Steve Nelson, Director of Program Management at

TLG Aerospace to Attend 2019 PNAA Annual Conference in Lynnwood, WA

We are pleased to announce we will be attending the 2019 Annual Conference hosted by the Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance (PNAA). The conference will be held February 11th through the 14th at the Lynnwood Convention Center in Lynnwood, WA.

For the first time, we will be exhibiting at the conference. All attendees are welcome to stop by our bistro booth in the Main Exhibitor Hall during the conference to chat with any of our representatives regarding our unique service offerings.

Attendees at this year’s conference will include Lynnette Muenzberg (Business Owner), Steve Nelson (Director of Program Management), and Erica Clerf (Marketing Assistant).

We look forward to making new connections while discussing next-generation productivity and affordability, global market outlooks, new and expanding technologies, and industry best practices.

To schedule meetings, please contact Mr. Steve Nelson, Director of Program Management at

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TLG Aerospace Featured in Siemens Case Study

TLG Aerospace is proud to be featured in a case study by Siemens. Using the Siemens Simcenter STAR-CCM+ software, TLG was able to eliminate some testing requirements by utilizing CFD data, save certification costs, and reduce cost per simulation.

“We can now bid on projects that have greater scope, be more competitive, pass on the savings to our customers and do much more with our dollar,” says Andrew McComas, TLG Engineering Manager.

To read the article, click here.

STEM Toy Drive Featured on King5 News

TLG Aerospace was featured on King5 News on Tuesday, December 10th as part of a segment covering the Aerospace Futures Alliance STEM Toy Drive.

The toy drive will take place this Thursday, December 13th from 6-8 PM in the Lake Union Building. The Lake Union Building is also home of the TLG office space. STEM toy donations will be collected at the event and donated to Communities in Schools. They will then be distributed to children and community centers.

To read the full article and watch the video, click here.


TLG Aerospace Attending AFA Holiday Event

We are pleased to announce we will be attending the Take to the Sky Holiday Event hosted by the AFA and WSSC this Thursday, December 13th. The event will be held here in the Lake Union Building, home of the TLG Aerospace office.

We look forward to participating in the networking opportunity this event provides, as well as supporting our youth by providing STEM related toys for donation.

Tickets can be purchased here.

TLG Aerospace to attend Fall 2018 Aerospace Flutter and Dynamics Council Meeting

Robert Lind, TLG Director of Engineering and FAA Flutter DER, will be attending the Fall 2018 Aerospace Flutter and Dynamics Council Meeting. The meeting will be held October 4-5th in St Louis, MO.  The Aerospace Flutter and Dynamics Council is an organization provides a forum through its bi-annual meetings for professionals working in Flutter and Dynamics positions to meet and discuss current technical challenges, evaluate the state-of-the-art technologies and practices, review and discuss current and planned research, and to anticipate future design problems and discuss research programs.  TLG remains committed to furthering the advancement of the aerospace industry and looks forward to supporting this and future events.

Please feel free to contact Robert Lind at, or access our website ( to explore how TLG Aerospace’s capabilities and experience in Flutter and Dynamics engineering can be an asset for your project.

TLG Aerospace will be attending NewSpace Conference – June 26-27, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, Seattle WA

We look forward to discussing how TLG can help the New Space Community with advanced aerodynamics, structural design and analysis, and critical engineering capacity. Based in the top ranked aerospace region in Seattle, Washington, TLG is a dedicated group of engineers applying experience and lessons learned from aviation to this New Brand of Space Pioneers. We represent an opportunity to apply Washington State’s Virtual OEM Resource to the Commercial Space Venture Industry.

Our unique qualifications and expertise include Aerodynamics, Aeroelastic Flutter Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Reaction Control Systems Analysis, Safety Review Boards, Stability and Control Analysis, Static, Dynamic and Fatigue Loads, Structural Design and Analysis, Testing Services, Thermal Analysis, and Vibration Analysis.

To schedule meetings, please email Steve Nelson, Director of Program Management at , or call 206-229-4937