Thu, Mar 12, 2009
All CSCs Will Have Access To New Program
Starting next month, Cessna will
offer Citation turbine engine hot section inspections for Pratt
& Whitney Canada JT15D and PWC 500 series engines across its
Citation Service Center network, through a unique arrangement with
"With this arrangement, our customers have yet another option
when they bring their Citations to us. It will save them time and
money by reducing turn-times," said Mark Paolucci, senior vice
president, Customer Service. "It also gives Cessna dedicated engine
specialists for more than 3,000 Citations including the Citation
I/II series, Bravos, Ultras and the Excel/XLS series."
Beginning in April, Cessna will have a section of the Wichita
Citation Service Center devoted to engine repair services with a
full-time team of Dallas Airmotive specialists based at the center.
All of the company owned or operated Citation Service Centers will
have access to the new engine center in Wichita.
"We look forward to supporting Cessna and Citation operators by
adding engine support value to the aircraft service experience at
Wichita," said Hugh McElroy, President BBA Aviation Engine Repair
& Overhaul Group which owns Dallas Airmotive, Inc.
In the past two years, Cessna has added mobile service units at
several of its eight US service centers, inaugurating a dedicated
Citation for AOG support and enhancing many of its other programs
to provide improved customer support.
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