ExecuJet Africa signs new agreement with Blackhawk

Terry Spruce

Blackhawk signed
a new service agreement with ExecuJet Africa at the NBAA in Las Vegas last week.

The service
agreement will expand ExecuJet’s expertise whilst facilitating the Blackhawk
performance upgrades for turboprop aircraft owners in Africa.
Blackhawk planned on expanding its worldwide business in Africa,
the company has the largest installed fleet of STC twin-engine turboprop engine
upgrades, making them the largest non-OEM buyer of new Pratt & Whitney
turboprop engines in the world. With a worldwide network of approved dealers
and service support centers, Blackhawk has the strongest resale value of any
engine upgrades on the market and holds multiple certifications and approvals
from the FAA, EASA and ANAC.

“ExecuJet Africa is very
pleased to join the Blackhawk global network and add this “best in class
product” to our range of upgrade services,” says Steve Bothma, maintenance
director of ExecuJet South Africa. “We
look forward to a mutually productive partnership.”


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