Cirrus Aircraft will open a new maintenance and training facility at the McKinney (Texas) National Airport in August and plans to expand it in 2020 to offer flight training, maintenance, and aircraft management. The facility is part of the Cirrus Services group launched in 2018. Cirrus Services also encompasses the company’s Vision Center in Knoxville, Tennessee, and provides access to a network of authorized service and training partners worldwide.
“Our new location in McKinney, Texas is the latest step in providing factory-direct support to our customers in the south-central area of the U.S.,” said Todd Simmons, Cirrus president, customer experience.
Cirrus said it chose the McKinney site due to the concentration of customers in the region and the locale’s business-friendly environment. Construction on a dedicated new facility there will begin in early 2020 and it will eventually employ approximately 30, the company said. “Our goal is to expand the premium experience our customers expect from our flagship Vision Center campus in Knoxville,” said Cirrus Services senior v-p Ravi Dharnidharka.