Epic Aircraft continues to build out a service support network for its all-composite E1000 turboprop single with the appointment of Lone Mountain Aviation as an authorized service center for the Southwest U.S. Lone Mountain is an FAA Part 145 repair station operating from a total of 50,000 sq ft of hangar space between sites at North Las Vegas Airport and Henderson Executive Airport in Nevada.
Under the authorization with the Bend, Oregon-based airframer, Lone Mountain will be able to support the Epic E1000, E1000 GX, and legacy experimental Epic LT with inspection, maintenance, and repair services.
“Lone Mountain’s dedication to superb customer care sets them apart in the industry,” said Epic CEO Doug King. “Not only are they exceptionally well trained and equipped, but their focus is on optimizing the entire customer experience, not just on supporting the needs of the airplane. That type of service-oriented culture complements ours at Epic.”
Epic said it continues to finalize authorized service center agreements with other MRO providers to establish a network that will span all U.S. time zones and “strategic” geographies.