Williamsport, PA – Feb. 17, 2011 – Lycoming Engines, a division of Avco Corporation, has added Air Power Inc., located at Arlington, Texas, Municipal Airport in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, to its worldwide distributor network.
Founded in 1992, Air Power is an industry leader in the sale of factory engines and parts for general aviation, with over 27,000 factory engines sold worldwide.
“Air Power is set-up to reach out to owners and operators while still maintaining a high level of support for FBOs and mechanics,” said Michael Everhart, Lycoming’s director of distribution management and customer service. “Its dedication to serving the end user is what makes it an important addition to Lycoming’s distributor network.”
“We are honored to have been chosen to be a Lycoming Distributor,” said Howard G. Van Bortel, president of Air Power, Inc. “Lycoming’s product quality, integrity and focus and dedication to their customers are outstanding! We could not be more excited about working with the people at Lycoming and all the benefits it will bring our customers.”
Lycoming maintains a worldwide network of 54 knowledgeable and experienced distribution partners in more than 50 countries. Lycoming Authorized Distributors provide courteous attention and competitive pricing that continues after the sale with accurate information, service support and warranty assistance.
Lycoming Engines specializes in Engineering, Manufacture, Service and Support of piston aircraft engines. Headquartered in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Lycoming piston engines power more than half of the world's general aviation fleet - both rotary-wing and fixed-wing. Lycoming Engines is a division of Avco Corporation. More information is available at www.lycoming.com.
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