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The House plan was introduced as Senate Commerce Committee members expressed skepticism over the White House reform proposal.
This week’s visits “could be the last general aviation group to speak with” lawmakers before they see a draft of a new FAA bill.
Scott McKenzie will assume responsibility for the company's after market warranty programs on avionics from Honeywell, Rockwell Collins and Universal.
NATA president Marty Hiller warns that what is going on in the White House and with reauthorization "could change the landscape of general aviation."
The aircraft also has received certifications in the U.S., Europe and Mexico.
Set to open this fall, the new location will be six times larger than the company's current digs at the airport's main terminal building.
The tour comes as the Quest has expanded its international reach.
The MRO is set to embark on a major hangar development project that will enhance its wide-body maintenance, refurbishment and completions services.
Its new composite five-blade propeller is now installed on more than 200 of the single-engine turboprops.
The 3.5-inch LCD unit can be used as a primary instrument for displaying magnetic heading, VOR/LOC guidance and/or GPS course guidance.