Revv Adds Mx and Flight Training Facility at Illinois Airport

 - August 3, 2022, 11:35 AM
Revv Aviation CEO Guy Lieser (l.) and Quad Cities International Airport executive director Ben Leischner examine the hangar Revv will now occupy at KMLI.

Revv Aviation, the rapidly expanding Midwest-based aviation services provider, has now added a new facility at Quad Cities International Airport (KMLI) in Moline, Illinois. The company occupies a 6,300-sq-ft hangar and it plans to provide piston, turboprop, and jet maintenance under an extension of the company’s Davenport, Iowa facility’s Part 145 certificate.

In addition, from an adjoining 4,400-sq-ft two-story office, the location will also offer flight training and aircraft charter services with one of the company’s King Airs based there.

“I’ve been observing Revv over the past two years and this is an ideal company to continue Moline’s legacy of supporting general aviation,” said Benjamin Leischner, KMLI’s executive director, adding the company’s passion for aviation is evident in everything it does. “Revv will pursue aggressive development of our existing general aviation plans on the airfield.”