Training Aircraft Manufacturer, Textron Aviation, Expands Parts Network and Availability

19th Feb 2023

Textron Aviation announced an increase in parts located in Alaska to better support customers who utilize Cessna and Beechcraft aircraft, including the newly certified Cessna SkyCourier. In collaboration with Northland Aviation Services, the company now has a stockroom in Fairbanks, United States.

The Alaskan stockroom allows customers to receive needed parts faster than if they were shipped from the company’s headquarters in Kansas. Textron Aviation will continue to monitor parts ordered and shipped from this stockroom and increase parts as needed.

“Adding this new parts stockroom in Alaska will offer customers in the area even faster delivery on critical parts they need to get back in the air,” said Kriya Shortt, senior vice president, Global Parts and Distribution. “The entire Textron Aviation team is dedicated to supporting customers throughout the life of their aircraft, wherever they are in the world.”

Many customers in Alaska rely on Cessna and Beechcraft products to access their homes, communities and businesses daily.

Source: Textron Aviation Press Release
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