Thunder Aviation named Atlantic Turbines' service facility

Aviation International News » December 2004
February 8, 2007, 4:13 AM

Thunder Aviation signed an agreement to become Atlantic Turbines’ newest service network facility. It will support the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A and JT15D.
Based at Spirit of St. Louis Airport (SUS) in Chesterfield, Mo., Thunder Aviation is a full-service FBO offering extensive maintenance and avionics programs ranging from major inspections and heavy maintenance to pre-purchase evaluations and powerplant hot-section inspections. Thunder also offers a group RVSM STC for the Falcon 10 and 20.

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