Portland, OR – May 9, 2007 – Flightcraft Inc. is proud to announce that it is the first Authorized Citation Service Center to receive the Mustang certification. The authorization was awarded on May 1, 2007.
"Flightcraft is proud to be the first Citation Authorized Service Center to receive this authorization on the Cessna Mustang. We have always taken pride in our expertise on Citation aircraft and this serves as an acknowledgement that our capabilities are evolving with today's newest aircraft," said Mitchell Berck, Director of Technical Operations.
Flightcraft already performs all scopes of work on 500 series Citations including phase inspections, routine maintenance, and warranty work, and look forward to the Mustang joining the fold. In addition to Flightcraft investing in the tooling and resources necessary to fulfill this authorization, Flightcraft technicians have also been factory trained on airframe and powerplant.
Flightcraft, Inc. is the largest provider of private and business aircraft services in the Pacific Northwest. The company sells and services private aircraft and provides aircraft charters from FBO locations in Portland and Eugene, Ore.
Founded in 1948, Flightcraft has been Factory-Authorized to service the top aircraft lines in the industry, including; Cessna, Cessna Citation, The New Piper Aircraft Co., Williams International, Honeywell Authorized Line Service Center for TFE731 engines and Avionics, Pratt & Whitney, Lycoming, and Teledyne-Continental. For additional information visit the company on the Web at www.flightcraft.com.
More than 6,600 citations have been delivered to customers around the world since the first Cessna Citation business jet was put into service more than 42 years ago.
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