Cutter Aviation consolidates Dallas operation

Aviation International News » June 2010
May 26, 2010, 11:01 AM

The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex has been host to an expanding Cutter Aviation since 2002. As a result, the company has finalized plans to consolidate all of its metro-area operations at Cutter Aviation’s North Dallas location in McKinney, Texas on Collin County Regional Airport. The consolidation will move all aircraft maintenance and technical services operations from their current location at Dallas Executive Airport in South Dallas to a new facility in McKinney later this summer where it will join the company’s current fuel and line service, new and pre-owned aircraft sales, and air charter departments already in operation.

As part of the transition, Cutter Aviation’s factory-authorized aircraft service center certifications for Piper Aircraft, Daher-Socata TBM and Hawker Beechcraft will also be part of the move to McKinney. The company will also transfer its authorized service and installation center certifications for Pratt & Whitney Canada, Teledyne-Continental, Raisbeck Engineering, BLR Winglets and Blackhawk Modifications
to the McKinney location. According to a company spokesman, as part of the consolidation, Cutter Aviation has sold its fuel and line services business at Dallas Executive Airport to The Jet Center of Dallas. Cutter Aviation Aircraft Service will remain in operation as a tenant of the Jet Center of Dallas at that location until the new facility in McKinney is ready for occupancy in late summer.

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