Elliott Aviation moves from Moline to Las Vegas

Terry Spruce

Elliott
Aviation has announced the business aviation services company will transport
its entire Quad City
International Airport
headquarters facility from Moline to Las Vegas for the
National Business Aviation Association’s 64th Annual Meeting &
Convention. Well sort of.

Elliott
Aviation has created a high definition virtual video tour to showcase the
complete capabilities of its Moline
headquarters, including its factory-authorised service centre for all Hawker
Beechcraft and Embraer Phenom 100 and 300 business jet, avionics and airframe
modification hangars, downdraft paint facility, cabinetry and upholstery
fabrication shops, design studio and new accessories shop.

 “Seeing
is believing,” says Wynn Elliott, president and chief executive officer,
Elliott Aviation, whose parents, the late Herb and Arlene Elliott, founded the
company in 1936. “Many in the industry simply aren’t aware of all of the world-class
services we have to offer and it’s often difficult for people to free up their
schedules to visit us, so we decided instead of bringing prospective customers
to Moline, we’d bring Moline to them.”

In
addition to its headquarters facility in Moline, Elliott Aviation also operates
FBOs and offers aircraft sales and acquisition, aircraft maintenance, aircraft
management and charter operations at Des Moines International Airport in Iowa,
Epply Airfield in Omaha and Flying Cloud Regional Airport in Eden Prairie.

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