Smyrna Air Center responds to Hawker Beechcraft


Company is looking forward to presenting their STC

Smyrna Air CenterSmyrna Air
Center, owner of the STC which installs GE M601
engines on King Air 90 aircraft, is looking forward to the opportunity to
present their STC to Hawker Beech and to introduce them to the Power90 engine
conversion program. The company’s Power90 conversion program has taken a
proven and durable, King Air 90 with known performance issues and has enhanced
it by adding the GE M601 engines. 

Robert Fields president and chief executive officer is looking forward
to discussing the positive aspects of the Power90 engine conversion program
with Hawker Beechcraft.  “GE M601 engines have been installed on King Airs
since 1999, with 14 aircraft flying for over a dozen years with thousands
of flight hours; the Power90 engine conversion has proven that it adds
power, safety and value to the King Air.”

FAA Airworthiness Certification Offices have scrutinized the data, the testing and approved the STC for the GE engine installations.” 
Additional modifications are being added to our STC to include the Hartzell 4
bladed props, the GE H80 800shp engine, Gross Weight Increase and an expansion
of serial numbers to include the C90 A/B.

As a growing
organization, Smyrna
Air Center
looks forward to the future and continued success and expansion of the Power90
conversion program.  Smyrna
Air Center’s
Power90 engine conversion program has the full support of an excellent warranty
program, in addition to parts, maintenance and engineering assistance for the
GE M601 engines. 

“We recognize that
consumers deserve the opportunity to have a choice when it comes to safety and
performance.  The rugged durability of the King Air has proven to be a
perfect aircraft for the current and future expansion of the Power90 engine
conversion program, utilizing the powerful GE engines,” stated Robert Fields.