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Gemini Air Group Named Twin Commander Factory Authorized Service Center

Becomes 13th MRO Facility Authorized To Maintain Legacy Twin Commander Aircraft

Twin Commander Aircraft has announced that Scottsdale, AZ-based Gemini Air Group has been named a Twin Commander Factory Authorized Service Center. Gemini Air Group joins a robust network of 12 other independently owned and operated aircraft sales, maintenance, and overhaul facilities that have the experience, expertise, and capabilities to service and maintain the Twin Commander fleet of legacy aircraft.

Established in 1997 as an aircraft management company by Tim Carpay, Gemini Air Group has grown to become a successful aircraft charter, maintenance, and services operation. The company occupies a 60,000-square-foot facility at the Scottsdale Airport. Gemini Air Group’s extensive Twin Commander experience includes decades of operating Honeywell TPE331-powered aircraft. As part of the Twin Commander Factory Authorized Service Center network, Gemini maintenance technicians undergo factory authorized training and the company stocks genuine Twin Commander parts.

"I am excited for the opportunity to serve the wonderful community of Twin Commander owners and pilots,” said Carpay. “As fellow aircraft owners, operators, and pilots, we have unique capabilities to help keep your aircraft safe and modern, and to make your ownership experience the best it can be. I believe that if we focus on the details of safety and service, everything else will fall into place.”

"We are thrilled to welcome Gemini Air Group into the Twin Commander Factory Authorized Service Center Network," said Twin Commander Aircraft Business Unit Director Brian Harbaugh. "After visiting and meeting with the good people at Gemini, I feel confident we are aligned and committed to bringing value to our owners.”

(Source: Gemini Air Group news release. Image from file)

FMI: twincommander.com/service-centers
geminiairgroup.com

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