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Fri, Apr 26, 2019

Twin Commander Aircraft Supports Fleet With Free Upgrade Kits

Kits Will Complete Requirements For Service Bulletin 241

Twin Commander Aircraft is dedicated to supporting owners of the best-in-class series of turboprop and piston aircraft. To ensure the continued success of the fleet, and make owning and operating a Twin Commander aircraft even more attractive, Twin Commander Aircraft is offering two free upgrade kits for Service Bulletin 241.

FAA Airworthiness Directive 2013-09-05 is a mandatory maintenance item for owners of Twin Commander 690/A/B models. Owners who have not yet complied with Service Bulletin 241, the AD’s compliance method, can now receive a free kit from Twin Commander Aircraft. The kit has a value of $16,325 and includes the major components necessary to complete the service bulletin, which addresses potential cracking in the aft pressure bulkhead.

To be eligible for a donated kit an owner must order the kit and have it installed at one of 13 Factory Authorized Twin Commander Service Center facilities, a worldwide network dedicated to Twin Commander service, sales, and support. Only two SB241 kits are available.

(Image provided with TCA news release)

FMI: twincommander.com/service-center

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