Clinton, MO, November 15, 2012- Aviation Fabricators (AvFab) recently announced the launch of the mobile version of their popular website KingAirUpdates.com. The new site was specifically developed to allow users a new level of access to AvFab’s King Air capabilities and products, all from the convenience of a Smartphone or Tablet. The newly launched site can be accessed by simply going to Kingairupdates.com from a mobile device.
“We recognize that more and more of our customers are getting their product information and making purchases on their phones,” said Jeffery Lowe, Vice President, AvFab. “Now people can access details of our products from their mobile devices in a format that is quick and easy to use.”
The King Air Updates website was originally created as a source exclusively for King Air owners, operators and modification centers who want to increase the form and functionality of their in-service aircraft. King Air Updates features the latest information in seating solutions, cabin upgrades, new and used OEM inventory and extensive component repair capabilities including actuators, seat recline, armrest repair, tables, interior components, and much more. To learn more visit www.kingairupdates.com.
AvFab provides inspection, repair and overhaul of corporate aircraft interior components, and is also an FAA-PMA producer of custom aircraft seating, parts and components. AvFab’s sister company, Central Airmotive, is a comprehensive supplier of Original Equipment Manufacture interior products such as seats, divans, tables, toilets, cabinets and dividers. Central Airmotive currently has over 90,000 sq. ft. of OEM seats and cabin components. Together they represent a “one-source” solution to any corporate aircraft interior need. For more information on this or any other product or service offered by AvFab, please visit their websites at www.kingairupdates.com and www.avfab.com or call 660-885-8317.
The upgraded websites are database driven, making it easier than ever for users to search for all the products and services they need based on their aircraft type.