Hawker Beechcraft has added Germany-based Aerodata at Braunschweig (BWE) Airport to its network of authorized service centers. In addition to aircraft maintenance, Aerodata can provide turnkey special-mission aircraft worldwide. Aerodata is also a source of flight inspection systems. Hawker Beechcraft has also added Jeddah, Saudi Arabia-based Arabian Aircraft Service (Arabasco) to the Hawker 800 authorized service center network. Based at King Abdul Aziz International Airport (JED), Arabasco plans to add more aircraft, such as the 900XP, to its service offerings in the near future. The authorization is the first such agreement between Hawker Beechcraft and a maintenance facility in Saudi Arabia. Hawker Beechcraft has also realigned its field service representatives, and their contact information can be found on the company’s Web site.
Hawker Beechcraft Expands Despite Tight Economy
- May 13, 2009, 12:16 PM