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Textron expands PowerAdvantage scheme

Posted 1 March 2016 · Add Comment

Textron Aviation has launched its expanded PowerAdvantage engine support program to Beechcraft King Air and Cessna Caravan turboprop platforms.

PowerAdvantage provides owners and operators PT6A engine coverage with predictable costs for routine and unscheduled engine maintenance.
 
“Through PowerAdvantage, customers receive a cost-competitive support solution and are easily able to forecast costs related to engine maintenance,” said Brad Thress, senior vice president, customer service.
 
Customers enrolled in PowerAdvantage pay an hourly rate per engine operating hour. This includes all parts and shop labour for Hot Section Inspection (HSI) and overhaul, and coverage for life limited components and repairs. 
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