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TNA Selected As The Exclusive Electric Aircraft Tug Provider For Sun 'n Fun

More Than 5,000 Aircraft Are Expected To Attend

Following an agreement with the Sun 'n Fun International Fly-In and Expo, TNA Aviation Technologies announced that the Company has been selected as the exclusive supplier and GSE equipment partner providing their advanced towbarless electric ground support equipment for this major aviation event.

As a result of the partnership agreement, TNA will furnish the Sun 'n Fun International Fly-In and Expo with its advanced TowFLEXX aircraft tugs. Those products combine the best in flexibility, adaptability, practical features, tow capacity and capability.

“We’re delighted TNA has been chosen by the Sun 'n Fun organizers to be the sole supplier of our innovative tow vehicles," said Michael Turwitt, Managing Partner & Co-Owner of TNA Aviation Technologies. "As well as providing a global showcase for our modern technologies, this arrangement provides another example of TNA Aviation Technologies’ vision to work closely with large general aviation event partners to do our bit to help make the aircraft ground moving experience quicker and slicker.”

"We are committed to providing our customers with quality aircraft tugs and an outstanding experience throughout the ground handling process," said Ulrich (Uli) Nielen, Managing Partner and Co-Owner of TNA. "Choosing our partnership with Sun 'n Fun International Fly-In and Expo was a simple decision for us, as they add to our mission to serve customers with exceptional products and dependable services," he added.

The Sun 'n Fun International Fly-In and Expo is one of the largest aviation events of its kind in the world. Over 200,000 visitors attend the week-long event every year, which is held at the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Central Florida. U.S. visitors represent all 50 states and international visitors come from 82 or more countries. The event is covered by approximately 500 journalists representing the US and dozens of foreign countries.

The Sun 'n Fun is Florida’s largest convention of any type, attracting over 5,000 aircraft and their owners annually. Lakeland Linder Regional Airport becomes the busiest airport in the world during the week! More than 600 corporations and businesses activate and sponsor, bringing an incredible array of aviation goods and services together for what has become known as “The Aviation’s Season Opener.”

(Source: TNA Aviation news release. Image provided)



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