Cutter Aviation has started Pilatus Aircraft maintenance operations at Denver Centennial Airport (APA), the company announced yesterday. It was awarded the Pilatus sales and service center dealership for the U.S. Southwest—covering Southern California, Texas, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico—in early April, following the financial collapse of Tempus Aircraft, which formerly served as the sales and service center.
“We are very excited to make this investment at Centennial Airport and to become a long-term tenant. We look forward to continuing to provide the highest level of service to the region,” said Cutter Aviation president and CEO Will Cutter.
According to Cutter, its Denver Centennial location is equipped to serve the full line of Pilatus aircraft, including the PC-12 and PC-24. It offers airframe services, inspections, support, avionics and interior refurbishment, as well as avionics and instrument overhaul and repair services. Cutter, which is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, is an authorized avionics service center for all the major OEMs.