Hawker Beechcraft Services and Travel Management sign letter of intent


Companies sign LoI for Preferred Fleet Maintenance Management.

                           HBC and TMC
Hawker Beechcraft Global Customer Support (GCS) and its factory-owned Hawker Beechcraft Services (HBS) facilities announced that Travel Management Company (TMC) has signed a letter of intent for a preferred fleet maintenance support agreement to begin in early 2013. The agreement will provide a blend of depot-level maintenance and network support for their fleet of Hawker 400 and 800 aircraft utilising Hawker Beechcraft’s expertise in pre-planning of maintenance events as well as managing down time for optimum fleet utilization.

“This agreement with Travel Management is a testament to the support Hawker Beechcraft continues to provide for Hawker operators with a turn-key customer experience,” said Christi Tannahill, Hawker Beechcraft senior vice president, Global Customer Support. “As their fleet has grown, so has our relationship, enabling our support teams to help them focus more on their flight operations and less about managing their fleet’s maintenance.”

TMC is a privately owned, full-service air charter company that solely own and operate a fleet of 50 aircraft, strategically positioned throughout North America; enabling the freedom and flexibility to customize each trip according to the client’s needs.TMC operates light and midsize jets, including the industry’s newest and largest privately owned fleet of Hawker 400XP’s, along with a fleet of Hawker 800/850XP’s. Its value lies in blending newer aircraft and excellent service at a competitive price for both one-way and round trip destinations.

Photograph: (left to right) Allen McReynolds, HBS Vice President, Steve Purvis, Travel Management Director of Maintenance, Scott Wise, Travel Management General Manager, Brian Campbell, and Larry Rohrbach, HBS Sales