Fri, Jan 18, 2013
Support For The LSAs Now In Denton Texas
Bristell USA LP appointed US Aviation of Denton, Texas to provide Factory Authorized Service for the top-of-the-line Bristell Light Sport aircraft. US Aviation has been a Rotax Service Center for many years with 6 Rotax trained, full time A&P’s on staff. “Bristell audited the US Aviation facility and found the capability requirements and the proper tools and equipment necessary to perform authorized service including insurance and warranty service, along with avionics and BRS service. They understand the Light Sport aircraft. We are proud to partner with US Aviation in creating outstanding support for our customers in the central US.” Barry Pruitt, President of Bristell USA LP commented.
“US Aviation is pleased to service Bristell aircraft. This is a premium product that deserves top notch service. Open 7 days a week at a light sport friendly airport, we make it very convenient to have service done. From our exceptional FBO to the extras we provide, like a free BFR with a conditional inspection, complementary wash and fuel discount with any aircraft service, and courtesy cars.” Reported Scott Severen, Director of Business Development at US Aviation. Denton Airport is in the north-west portion of Dallas Ft Worth.
Built in the Czech Republic by manufacturer BRM Aero, the Bristel is a mature LSA by designer, Milan Bristela who has experience from the Evektor SportStar and Czech Sport Aircraft Sport Cruiser programs, that features a 51-inch-wide luxurious interior, has a useful load of 617 pounds and a range of 700 nautical miles.
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