Cirrus Aircraft has named Gary Jet Center (GJC) in Indiana as an authorized service center. As part of the designation, the Part 145 repair station will have technicians trained on the airframer’s SR-series piston singles and SF50 Vision jet.
The MRO will offer a full range of services on the Duluth, Minnesota-based OEM’s aircraft, including scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, as well as composite and paint repair, warranty support, Garmin and Avidyne avionics service, and air conditioning service using Cirrus parts. “For nearly 30 years, Gary Jet Center has been performing maintenance on a variety of aircraft…and to secure this relationship with Cirrus is a tremendous addition to our offerings,” said GJC director of maintenance Jeff McLain. “We look forward to providing service and support to Cirrus owners in the Chicagoland area and beyond.”
GJC operates from more than 110,000 sq ft of hangar space at the Gary/Chicago International Airport, which is 25 miles away from downtown Chicago.