Responding to rapid growth in maintenance and completion activities since the repair station’s formation two years ago, Indianapolis Jet Center (Booth No. 4093) has added a 50,000-sq-ft hangar to its facilities at Indianapolis International Airport. Formerly a Bombardier service center, the Indy Jet Center provides maintenance and completion services for Bombardier Challengers and Learjets and Piaggio Avantis as well as overhaul and servicing for various Honeywell, General Electric and Pratt & Whitney Canada engines.
In addition to expanding its physical capabilities, Indianpolis Jet Center has added four sales personnel to its staff since April: Todd Frisbee, v-p of sales and new business development; John Sweet, v-p of avionics sales and service; Bob Dragon, director of Northeast sales; and Elaine Weatherby, director of Southeast sales.
“The Indy Jet Center has enjoyed exponential growth over the last three years,” said Ed Harris, v-p of sales and marketing. “Each member of our sales team brings the character and focus for building a world-class organization.”