Epic Aircraft has tapped Broadie’s Aircraft at Fort Worth Meacham International Airport (KFTW) as its authorized service center for the central southwest region of the U.S. Founded in 1946, Broadie’s Aircraft is a Part 145 shop that offers turbofan, turboprop, and piston aircraft maintenance and avionics services and repair.
Under the authorization with the Bend, Oregon-based airframer, Broadie’s Aircraft will be able to support the Epic E1000, newly certified E1000 GX, and legacy experimental Epic LT with inspection, maintenance, and repair services.
“Broadie’s Aircraft’s highly skilled and experienced staff, combined with their reputation for integrity and excellence, make them an ideal partner to support our customers,” said Epic CEO Doug King. “As Broadie’s Aircraft celebrates its 75th anniversary, we are pleased to be aligned with Epic Aircraft,” added Broadie’s Aircraft general manager Kurt Cessac.
Meanwhile, Epic is finalizing agreements with additional service center partners to establish a nationwide service network that will span all U.S. time zones and strategic geographies.