Dynamic Aviation celebrates its 50th year of operation.
Dynamic Aviation outfits its first aircraft for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR). We have since forged a reputation as an industry leader in COCO/GOCO ISR solutions.
Company starts providing Airborne Data Acquisition (ADA) services to government and commercial customers. We’ve now flown ADA missions in more than 30 countries.
The company begins providing attack and low-level planes for aerial firefighting. We’ve been supporting the U.S. Forest Service in fighting wildfires ever since.
K&K Aircraft becomes Dynamic Aviation. The new name better reflects the driving force that the company is becoming in the mission-modified aircraft market.
The company purchases the U.S. Army’s fleet of 124 non-pressurized Beechcraft BE-90s, enabling us to broaden our scope of operations significantly.
The company releases its first sterile insects to control and eradicate various pests.
1980 K&K Aircraft begins flying wide-area aerial application across the U.S. by spraying for gypsy moths over a suburb of Detroit.
Karl and Ken Stoltzfus, Chris’s sons, establish K&K Aircraft, Inc. The company was founded as a small aircraft parts business and aluminum smelting operation, and later purchased a fleet of Beechcraft BE-18s and Douglas DC-3s for wide-area aerial application missions.
Aviation pioneer Chris Stoltzfus forms Chris D. Stoltzfus and Associates. It operates through 1981, focusing on crop spraying and other agricultural aviation applications.