Triumph Aerostructures - Vought Aircraft Division is skilled at the production of empennage structures and flight control surfaces. We utilize a complete suite of manufacturing capabilities in the production of these structures, such as automatic drilling and riveting machines, rapid ply cutters, robotic ultrasonic scanning inspection, and processing lines with spray booths and ovens.
Many aircraft feature Triumph-built empennages and flight control surfaces. The company was recently selected to build the horizontal stabilizer for the Gulfstream G500/600 business jet.
For the Boeing 747, we produce the entire tail section, including the aft body section, the vertical and horizontal stabilizers, rudders and elevators.
For the 767/Tanker aircraft, Triumph Aerostructures - Vought Aircraft Division manufactures the center wing section, the horizontal stabilizer and the aft body section.
For the 777, Triumph Aerostructures - Vought Aircraft Division produces spoilers, ailerons, and inboard and outboard flaps for the Boeing 777 airliner.
We are the largest structures supplier to the Bell/Boeing team for the V-22 Osprey, providing the empennage, ramp and ramp door, sponsons and main landing gear doors.
For the C-17 Globemaster cargo jet, we fabricated and assembled the tail section, which includes the vertical and horizontal stabilizers, ailerons, elevators, and rudders.
For the C-130J Hercules, Triumph Aerostructures - Vought Aircraft Division produced the empennage until 2015. The company has delivered more than 2,400 empennage sections to Lockheed Martin since it became a supplier for the C-130 program in the 1950s.