Tue, Feb 12, 2008
Adds To Planemaker's RAPID Parts Network
Hawker Beechcraft recently appointed London-based Allaero Ltd.
as an authorized parts distributor for Rapid Aircraft Parts
Inventory and Distribution (RAPID), HBC’s factory-direct
source for aircraft parts.
The planemaker cited significant growth in HBC’s European
fleet, and an increasing demand for HBC products worldwide, as
reasons to appoint Allaero to distribute parts for the Hawker
125-series aircraft and Hawker 400XP aircraft.
Allaero Ltd. was formed in 1988 and has a newly built
10,500-square-foot facility with more than 5,000 in-stock line
items. Their close proximity to the London Heathrow and London
Gatwick airports combined with 24-hour, year-round support will
allow spare parts to be distributed more efficiently across
"Continuing to develop key partnerships around the globe is an
essential element of our strategy to provide superior parts support
to all of our customers, no matter where they are located in the
world," said Christi Tannahill, vice president of RAPID.
"Appointing Allaero as our authorized distributor for Europe is
just one more way we are able to provide our customers with the
right parts as quickly as possible."
RAPID’s main warehouses are located in Dallas, TX and
Liege, Belgium. Allaero joins Aviation Solutions Canada as an
authorized distributor for Hawker Beechcraft spare parts.
Hawker Beechcraft Corporation has a global network of over 100
factory-owned and authorized service centers.
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