Wed, Jun 23, 2010
Additional Shops Opened In Nevada And Utah
Kings Avionics, a 40-year old avionics facility based at Salt
Lake City International Airport, announced Monday that the company
has expanded from one repair station at its Salt Lake City base by
adding two additional repair stations. The two new facilities
are located in Henderson, Nevada and St. George, Utah.
Each of the three Kings Avionics Repair Stations has been
granted full Instrument and Radio ratings, as well as those for
Accessory 2 and Accessory 3.
The Henderson, Nevada facility will service aircraft based in or
traveling to the Las Vegas area, while St. George addresses the
growing aviation activity in southern Utah and Northern
"We are making changes to adapt to the changing environment both
economically and within the aviation community," said Kings
Avionics President Steve Hayden. "We are a family-owned business
that will continue to grow in a planned and thoughtful way."
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