Cirrus Aircraft launched a parts and aftermarket service program, called Cirrus Direct, that replaces API’s Cirrus Parts program. The company believes the new service will enhance the ownership and operating experience for its customers.
“Global parts availability and efficient distribution are a key part of the experience aircraft owners have with Cirrus Aircraft and its authorized service center network. Our investment in Cirrus Direct will provide increased inventory availability, direct communication and greater convenience,” said Carrie Oakland, executive director of service and support for Cirrus Aircraft.
Cirrus owners and operators will continue to order parts, upgrades and request maintenance through Cirrus authorized service centers. The network offers complete Cirrus aircraft, engine and avionics service and support. Specialized services include air-conditioning service, Avidyne and Garmin avionics repair, Caps replacement, composite and paint repair, ice protection system maintenance and oxygen service. Some centers offer an aircraft pickup and delivery service.
Todd Simmons, Cirrus executive vice president of sales, marketing and service, added, “Cirrus is expanding its global footprint, entering new market segments and building its product portfolio, including the SF50 Vision jet.”