Textron has expanded aviation part availability in Alaska with a new stockroom to better support customers using Cessna and Beechcraft aircraft, like the new Cessna SkyCourier.
The company worked with Northland Aviation Services to create a stockroom in Fairbanks, allowing customers to receive parts faster than if they were shipped from headquarters in Kansas. Textron will continue to monitor parts ordered and shipped from the stockroom and will increase parts as they are needed.RELATED STORIES:Cessna Caravan gets 9 new interior design choices inspired by iconic waterwaysGravel kit now offered for Cessna SkyCourierTextron celebrates 3,000th Cessna Caravan family delivery"Adding this new parts stockroom in Alaska will offer customers in the area even faster delivery on critical parts they need to get back in the air," Senior VP of Global Parts and Distribution Kriya Shortt said.
Many Alaskan companies rely on Cessna and Beechcraft aircraft and products to access their homes, communities and business daily. The new stockroom can provide these customers with better support for the aircraft that is integral to their daily life.
"The entire Textron Aviation team is dedicated to supporting customers throughout the life of their aircraft, wherever they are in the world," Shortt said.