Beechcraft appoints two new service centres
The Beechcraft Corporation has appointed Cutter Aviation in Phoenix and Flying Colours of Canada as new authorised service centres to service King Air, Baron and Bonanza aircraft.
The announcement was made during the annual Sun & Fun Fly-in held at Lakeland, Florida.
Cutter Aviation, founded in 1928, has a long affiliation with Beechcraft brands and currently operates a network of eight locations in seven major cities in the Southwest. Its facility at Phoenix Sky Harbor is a full-service, fixed-base operation that joins two other Cutter locations that already serve as ASCs: Albuquerque, N.M., for all Beechcraft products and McKinney, Texas, for Beechcraft’s piston line.
Established in 1989, Flying Colours is based in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada and is globally recognized for providing maintenance, repair, paint, refurbishment and modifications. Flying Colours has extensive experience with the Beechcraft product line and is a good addition to the company’s customer-focused ASC network.