Aftermarket parts supplier CRS Jet Spares will hold its annual NBAA Harley Davidson motorcycle giveaway contest at Booth No. C10829 tomorrow at 3 p.m. An NBAA exhibitor for more than 20 years, CRS will give one lucky convention attendee a 2011 Harley Davidson Sportster SuperLow XL883L. The company invites all corporate operators, jet owners and maintenance departments here this week to participate in the drawing.
CRS Jet Spares also announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Gulfstream Aerospace that will allow it to promote, use and provide many Gulfstream services directly to operators. As a Gulfstream Aerospace-approved supplier, it supports GII, GIII and GIV models. CRS also supplies operators of a variety of aircraft around the world with component exchanges, sales, provisioning packages, repairs and rental options.
The Fort Lauderdale, Fla. company has signed its first Asian total support program operator for one of the newest CRS services. The total support program was developed to assist operators of out-of-production non-warranty Gulfstreams, Challengers, Learjets, Falcons and Hawkers with flexible total support. Jack Caloras, CRS vice president of sales and operations, said, “Our program has been created with the primary focus of providing the operator of an aircraft with peace of mind.”
According to CRS, the total support program will help operators achieve savings of up to 25 percent on parts, repairs and administrative costs.