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THE INNER WORKINGS OF THE ENGINE AFTERMARKET

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ENGINE

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THE INNER THE INNER WORKINGS OF AN WORKINGS OF AN ENGINE AND ENGINE AND THOSE WHO KEEP THOSE WHO KEEP IT RUNNING IT RUNNING

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PUBLISHER Alan Greenwald V.P. GENERAL MANAGER Richard Greenwald EDITOR Laura Brengelman EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Kerry Marino OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Rose Candido PRODUCTION MANAGER Laura Jackson CONTRIBUTORS Christina Martin Kim Rosenlof James Wynbrandt Ron Swidler

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Special Services & the Special Companies who Provide Them By Christina Martin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5 Ways to Win in Engine Component and Accessory Maintenance (Advertisement) . . . . . . 7 Engine Component Aftercare: The Evolving Marketplace By James Wynbrandt . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Covering Your Engine: Aftermarket Maintenance Programs By Kim Rosenlof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

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Aviation's Top Engine Maintenance Providers . . . . . . 19 Classified Section . . . . . . . . . . 23 "The Rookie" - An Illustration by George Angelini . . . . . . . . . . . 25

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or Panagiotis Poligenis, Manager of Marketing and Sales for Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey (Lufthansa Technik), setting no limitations as to location, time of day, or time of year is the most important part of engine repair. After all, you never know "wherever or whenever" engine service may be needed. Readily available engine repair has become a necessity in today's competitive marketplace, where having an aircraft on ground (AOG) for just a day can cost more than the price of repairs. That is why it has become almost standard to provide repair services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. In accordance with Murphy's Law (what can go wrong will), aircraft engines tend not to follow scheduled maintenance appointments, and they will inevitably need emergency repair at the most inconvenient moments. However, engine repair is not just about being available around-the-clock and around-the-calendar. Specialized technicians may have to be ready to travel to perform service in a far-off corner of the world. In such cases, an on-call technician must be prepared to deal with whatever awaits him; he may be paired with one other technician or a special, dedicated team. Depending on the situation, the team may or may not have had a chance to preplan. Most often, they are working against the clock.

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GOING THE DISTANCE Again, the bottom line is that repair services have to be provided where needed and when needed. Otherwise, the customer will take his business elsewhere. Lufthansa Technik's close proximity to Germany's Frankfurt Rhein-Main Airport, as well as the company's association with Lufthansa Airlines, provides an added bonus. With Lufthansa Airlines' airplanes, "we reach the customer with less effort than the competitors," says Poligenis. He continues, "We fully understand the necessity and urgency to keep engines on the wing." Last year alone, Lufthansa Technik performed 400 to 500 on-wing repairs.

Since establishing the engine shop in 1987, Lufthansa Technik has steadily increased its capabilities, with its core competency being in maintenance, repair, and overhaul on the PW100 engine series, the GE CF34 engine series, and the PW901A APU (auxiliary power units). Repair technicians are cross-trained, and there are no separate on-call teams. Lufthansa Technik's base team is fully capable of handling on-site service; in many cases, its technicians will travel to a customer's site. The Lufthansa Airlines network worked to Lufthansa Technik's advantage in one situation in which a 747 freighter needed an engine change in Newfoundland, Canada. "One of our customer's Challenger aircraft

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experienced an in-flight shutdown of one engine and therefore went AOG in Gander, [Newfoundland]," says Peter Riedinger, Vice President of Marking and Sales for Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey. "Within a few hours, we organized a Lufthansa [Airlines] Cargo Boeing 747 to stop at Gander and drop off a team for the engine change with a spare engine and tooling," Riedinger recalls. The team began its repair immediately and finished within a few days. A competitor, Riedinger says, approached the customer and offered a lease engine via truck and ship. "The customer's answer was, 'Thank you for your efforts, however, [Lufthansa Technik] is already performing the engine change and will be finished by the time your spare engine would arrive.'" Matching Lufthansa Technik's resourcefulness are the technicians from Dallas Airmotive. On average, the company's regional service centers will resolve 1,500 repair events a year. According to Mike Cumnock, Vice President of Customer Service and Field Service, one event, in particular, stands out from the others. An aircraft had broken down in the western United States in the middle of the

desert. "There was no air compressor, no hangars, no electricity," Cumnock explains. Using a U-Haul trailer and a tent, "we pitched a tent to try to keep the heat off the techs. We had to bring

"...the bottom line is that repair services have to be provided where needed and when needed. "

everything­generators, hoist­in addition to renting a crane." Over 4 to 5 days, Dallas Airmotive's two technicians worked diligently to repair the aircraft's engine. "It was an unusual situation, but we do whatever it takes,

wherever it may be located," Cumnock says. "As A&P [airframe and powerplant]-trained technicians, our guys have to be creative and resourceful." Dallas Airmotive performs repair and overhaul on turbine engines­from King Air size turboprops to Gulfstream jets. With its ninety field service people located around the world and 74 years in the business, Dallas Airmotive's "field guys know how to troubleshoot" as well as repair, comments Chris Pratt, Director of Marketing. "We go to the customer's location to take a look [at the engine]. Whenever possible, we try to repair engines on-wing." When needed, Dallas Airmotive will provide rental engines to operators, typically for 2 to 3 months. Technicians are strategically located throughout the country, with a good number in the Dallas area. "We know where the concentrations [of customers] are, so [the technicians] usually won't have more than an hour flight to any location," Pratt says. "But if a particular expertise is needed, we'll send a technician across the country or [around] the globe." SPECIAL TEAMS FOR SPECIAL SERVICES According to Steven Horder, Honeywell's

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Business and Product Manager in the company's marketing and product management group, AOG repair for Honeywell is infrequent. He says calls to Honeywell's around-the-clock Field Service Engineering team result more often in providing troubleshooting assistance, and

high dispatch reliability." Although three dedicated technicians may not seem like a lot, additional support is available from the local Honeywell Luton workshop when required to meet increased demand. This year, it is estimated there will be 260 repair events addressed in the field.

less often in sending technicians to the individual customer sites. When necessary, however, Honeywell's special repair team, the Go Team, is able to work in most areas of the world, traveling from its Luton, England, location. The Go Team is a three-member group whose primary role, as part of the Field Service Engineering team, is to keep the engines on-wing and maximize the customer's aircraft availability. According to Horder, "the group is particularly vital to customers in lowering ownership costs and maintaining

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Honeywell's maintenance program, introduced in 1985, is for the 502/507 commercial operators, and this program is available to operators of either new or used engines. Honeywell's Field Service Engineering team is comprised of

experienced engineers who act as the first point of contact for the customer and who coordinate Go Team activity. The Go Team technicians are there to keep the customer in the air. "The customer wishes to keep engines in service for as long as possible, and the Go Team supports this aim by dispatching qualified technicians to the aircraft to perform maintenance onwing where possible," says Horder. "Generally, this can be accomplished during scheduled downtime, such as an aircraft check or overnight parking." According to the company's customer feedback, Honeywell has accomplished that task thus far. "One of our engines required a bearing pack replacement due to a bad oil leak," recalls John Lahart of CityJet. "The Go Team was there the same evening of the request, replaced the part with the engine still fitted on-wing, and the aircraft was back flying the following morning. The Go Team has always been very helpful to our operation." In those cases when an engine does need to come off-wing, Honeywell "maintains a substantial bank of [loaner] engines to support customers on a short- to medium-term basis, while engines are in repair," Horder says. The engines are held in a warehouse very near to London's Heathrow airport, "enabling a 24-hour AOG service for engines."

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PREPLANNING FOR SPONTANEOUS REPAIR GE-Aviation, too, offers repair services around-the-clock. For service, customers can call a single phone number that is always available and can be reached from anywhere. Although not all the sites are manned 24 hours, someone will always answer the phone, and the closest and most available technician will be called in, says Abby Posner, President and General Manager of GE On-Wing Support®. There are five On-Wing Support facilities globally, including two in the United States. Performing an annual 3,000 workscopes across 100 customers, OnWing Support's seventy-five trained A&P maintenance technicians are available to go to their customers anywhere in the world for either on-wing or off-wing service. This dynamic team provides services for several

first 15 months of operation, Rolls-Royce On-Wing Services completed 769 maintenance events. FINISHING THE JOB The above services offered by the various companies represent an attempt to keep aircraft off the ground and in the air. With rising competition in the industry, repair facilities are offering more in terms of engine repair than just affordable services. Not only should the price be right, but services should be available at all times, at worldwide locations as needed and, most of all, should accomplish the goal of effectively getting an AOG back in the air as quickly as possible. Dallas Airmotive's Mike Cumnock may have expressed it best: "We do whatever it takes, wherever it may be located." That's a motto every major repair facility may have to follow to remain competitive. SOURCES DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC. 900 Nolen Drive, Suite 100 Grapevine, TX 76051 Phone: 800-527-5003 · Fax: 214-956-2825 Web site: www.dallasairmotive.com GE-AVIATION One Neumann Way Mail Drop J-4 Cincinnati, OH 45215-6301 United States Phone: 877-432-3272 or 513-552-3272 Web site: www.geae.com HONEYWELL AEROSPACE 1944 East Sky Harbor Circle Phoenix, AZ 85034 Phone: 800-601-3099 · Fax: 602-365-3343 Web site: www.honeywell.aerospace.com LUFTHANSA TECHNIK AERO ALZEY Rudolf-Diesel-Strasse 10 D-55232 Alzey, Germany Phone: 49 (0) 6731-497-0 Fax: 49 (0) 6731-497-197 Web site: www.lhaero.com ROLLS-ROYCE ENGINE SERVICES Oakland, Inc. 7200 Earhart Road, Oakland, CA 94621 Phone: 510-613-1000 · Fax: 510-635-3221 www.rolls-royce.com

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different types of engines, including the RB211, the GE CF6, and the GE90, to name a few. "GE's On-Wing Support team is available to go wherever we are needed," Posner says. "We've sent a team to Honduras to perform a quick engine change workscope for a cargo aircraft on a small airstrip in the jungle." And when GE-Aviation is not performing quick engine changes in such remote locations, its technicians focus on pre-planning for certain repair situations.

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Posner remembers one such incident in which pre-coordination was the key to the success of the repair. "An Airbus A319 customer had a critical contract with the government," Posner recalls. "They only had one aircraft and needed it overhauled quickly so it could get back in the air to meet its obligations." Because the work that was needed would occur over a weekend, GE made arrangements with one of its repair sites, which are not normally open on the weekends, shipped the engine there, and was successful in turning the engine around in the tight timeframe. Similarly, Rolls-Royce technicians had to perform a little pre-planning of their own when they were sent to a large corporate company's White Plains, New York, facility for a few engine repairs. According to Rick Pataky, Director of Rolls-Royce's On-Wing Services for the United States, after careful pre-planning, the engine changes took a mere eight hours, which was "exactly what was supposed to happen." Pataky says, "We try for no surprises." Throughout the United States, RollsRoyce has conveniently positioned A&P maintenance technicians in locations from which it will be most expedient to reach customers in a timely manner. "It's a convenience factor for the customer," says Pataky. For AOG and scheduled maintenance repair, Rolls-Royce provides "a menu of options to choose from," Pataky explains. Repairs either can be performed at RollsRoyce's Newark, New Jersey, repair center, or technicians can travel to the customer's site. However, "there's nothing the customer needs to come to us for," says Pataky, referring to that service-oriented "convenience factor." That ease of engine repair appears to be paying off. During the

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f it ain't broke, don't fix it" doesn't apply to turbine engines, which need ongoing servicing and preventive maintenance to perform as designed. Yet rising fuel costs and bruising competition are leading operators to search for ways to economize on engine component aftercare expenses as never before. "It's a huge issue," says Bill Fitzgerald, Vice President of Global Operations for General Electric (GE) Engine Services. "Every customer we talk to says, 'We've got significant cost pressures, putting an enormous burden on our business.' That's almost the first sentence of every dialog." The good news: Powerplant Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) providers­both

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Over the past decade, improved durability and design of engine components, decreased parts counts, and increased use of parts that have received Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) have depressed OEM parts sales, leading manufacturers to try boosting revenue through improved aftercare offerings. At the same time, many DOFs, responding to customers' demands for alternative, less costly repair and replacement solutions, have developed their own proprietary MRO processes and parts. This ferment makes investigating and choosing aftercare options more complex for operators. It also provides them with more opportunities to reduce engine care costs. OEM AFTERCARE Indicative of the marketplace, last year GE, whose engines include the CF34 turbofan family (found on regional jets and largecabin business jets) and the CT7 turboprop, introduced its OnPoint Solutions program. The program's services include diagnostics, overhaul, on-wing support, new and used parts, component repair, and technology upgrades. GE's aviation business, headquartered in Evendale, Ohio, offers customers an array of OEM part options, from new and used parts to component repair. "We will do what you want," says Fitzgerald, who adds the company also has focused on speeding up service. "We've cut [repair] cycle time by twothirds." OEMs are also working hard to show operators their aftercare is about more than selling parts. "Customers are looking for alternatives to replacement parts," says Paul Vidano, Honeywell's Vice President of Integrated Supply Chain for Aftermarket Services, Mechanical Group, in Phoenix, Arizona. "In the last five years, we've put a real focus on developing a world-class repair development capability." As a result, Honeywell says turbine and compressor components and even gearboxes and housings have attained a much higher ratio of repairs to replacement than in the past. The company, which makes the TFE731 and CFE738 family of

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Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and authorized service centers­are offering new aftercare programs and options, enabling operators to craft MRO solutions that best meet their specific needs. This is especially helpful for operators of nontransport turbine aircraft, who often don't have fleet management service contracts with engine OEMs as many airlines do. Instead, these operators have tended to deal with MRO issues as they arose. Today, however, many of them are seeking the efficiencies of long-term "power by the hour" arrangements, guaranteeing time onwing or operational cycle milestones for a fixed cost. CHANGING AFTERCARE MARKET Post-warranty aftercare choices used to be more straightforward. OEMs were considered the gold standard for aftercare in terms of technical expertise, but they earned only bronze for responsiveness to customer needs. Meanwhile, their authorized independent service centers (designated overhaul facilities, or DOFs) typically offered faster turn times and charged less for their work.

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developing proprietary fixes and processes, turbofans used on business jets, as well as even as they focus on achieving faster turn the turboprop TPE331, offers its aftercare times and maintaining lower prices than solutions for its engines under its OEMs can deliver. Maintenance Service Plan (MSP) and other "If an OEM has to send a component aftercare programs. Pratt & Whitney Canada, whose engines out to a subcontractor for repair, it can take include the pioneering PT6 turboprop family, up to 15 days," says Craig Thorn, Director of Engineering of the PT6 SBU at Standard the JT15D turbofan used in many business aircraft, and the next generation PW600 that Aero, a PWC-authorized DOF based in will power VLJs (very light jets), also puts an Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, with facilities in Europe, Asia, Australia, and other emphasis on developing new repair locations in North America. "We generally protocols for its parts and components. turn the component in three to five days, so PWC's Eagle Service Plan (ESP) it's a huge savings to the operator to get the aftercare program, aimed at operators of engine back faster. We are also in contact corporate aircraft, complements its Fleet with our OEM supplier Component Solutions Management Program (FMP), designed for as a supplier of overhauled material. With airlines. "We have the ability to monitor the world these options we can find the best solution to meet the customers' needs." fleet [of PWC-powered aircraft] and use "We rely very hard on pricing below the trend analysis to develop extended repair OEM," says Panagiotis Poligenis, who capabilities," says Deborah Wells, PWC's Aircraft Services Director of Aerospace Component Services, headquartered REPAIR VERSUS outside of Montreal, Canada. "We work with REPLACEMENT each operator to make sure they understand the repairability of everything on the It used to be considered gospel that when it engine." came to engine components, repair was cheaper than replacement. But OEMs and DOF AFTERCARE independents have developed new parts that From the outside, it might appear DOFs and are significantly more efficient and durable OEMs are in direct competition in the than the originals. This may mean that aftercare market, but they generally replacing a part is more economical in the consider themselves more as partners. long run than repairing it. OEMs want customers to have global Honeywell, for example, has extended support, and having DOFs in strategic high-tech protective coatings on blades and locations helps them achieve this objective. in hot-section components that provide At the same time, DOFs find the close longer time on-wing. PWC has a "refresh relationship with OEMs invaluable in program," as it is called in-house, aimed at redesigning hot-section components so that they can go longer between repairs and be repaired more times before reaching the end of their service lives. And GE has introduced replacement components that incorporate fusion welding and advanced platinum and nickel aluminide coatings; these components can last up to a third more time on-wing than previous versions and increase fuel efficiency by 10 to 15 percent. But before making the repair or replace decision, operators need to consider their usage of the engine and aircraft. "If you're leasing the asset and turning it back in a year, you don't want to spend enormous amounts on the overhaul of that engine," says Bill Fitzgerald, Vice President of Global Operations for General Electric Engine Services. "If you're going to fly it another 10 years, that's a different scenario."

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have our own in-house engineering staff. We're quite comfortable developing our own technical data." DON'T SURVIVE­THRIVE! Yes, operators are more cost conscious than ever. But evolving aftercare options combined with the inherent need for aviation in a global economy should assure operators can keep their turbines spinning. As Hussey observes, "Everyone's talking about increased fuel prices, but there's still growth all over the world. So there's a lot of optimism out there." THE RIGHT TOOL Operators recognize the importance of using certified parts and components when servicing their engines. The same applies to the tools that wrench-turners use. An important part of due diligence in evaluating an MRO provider is determining the quality and currency of tool sets, and OEMmanufactured tools are usually the best bet. "You could actually damage an engine part" by using non-OEM tools, says John Lemire, Regional Manager for Pratt & Whitney Canada's Tool Support Services. And just like engines, tools need proper maintenance and servicing. "You could have an inspection gauge that wasn't calibrated correctly," Lemire says. "You could be accepting a repaired engine part that's not acceptable, or rejecting an engine part that is acceptable." Benefits of using OEM-designed tools: · Accurate tool lists aid in assuring provisioning of all needed tools. · Tool sets are reviewed and redesigned as necessary any time a change in engine hardware occurs. · "Tool bulletins" notify customers of all Class 1 (must incorporate, mandatory) tooling changes, detailing the necessary field action. · OEM controlled systems assure accurate identification of the latest tool configuration and application. · Tools requiring CE (Conference European) compliance are identified and validated, allowing importation and use by overhaul facilities in the European Union.

heads marketing and sales for Lufthansa Technik AeroAlzey, the Lufthansa-affiliated maintenance company based near Frankfurt, Germany. "Therefore, it's up to us to introduce alternative repairs and look for used parts, which hopefully will lead to lower costs for operators." Lufthansa Technik was one of the first European MRO outfits to make extensive use of PMA parts in its aftercare, helping keep costs down. GREY MARKET Of course, if cost alone becomes the driving consideration, operators may find themselves talking to so-called "grey market" facilities, businesses that have no affiliation with an OEM, but often offer the lowest prices. These repair stations can vary substantially in quality. More importantly, MRO work performed by an unauthorized facility typically voids any warranties on engine work or parts from OEMs or DOFs, even if parts that subsequently fail were not involved in the unauthorized work. "It's important [for operators] to know what approvals a shop has," says David Browning, Business Development Manager at Minneapolis, Minnesota-based SIFCO, a PWC and Rolls-Royce approved component repair facility. "There needs to be a quality system in place to assure component repairs are done not only to the OEM repair manual specifications, but also to meet FAA and overseas aviation authority requirements as well."

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SIFCO performs component repair work as a subcontractor for PWC and several DOFs; the company also works directly with operators. Recently, SIFCO developed proprietary repair procedures for the HP and LP vane segments utilized in the PW150 turboprop to add to its line-up of PT6, PW100 and JT15D vane ring repairs. STANDING BEHIND THE WORK As a testament to the quality of their work, some DOFs set higher standards for tolerances of repaired parts and offer more comprehensive warranties on their work than do the OEMs. Dallas Airmotive, for example, a Dallas, Texas-based MRO company, offers "bumper-to-bumper" warranty programs for specific engines that cover them until reaching TBO (time between overhaul). Since the company introduced these warranties about a decade ago, other DOFs have adopted similar standards. With facilities across the United States and in the United Kingdom, Dallas Airmotive is authorized to work on PWC, GE, Honeywell, and Rolls-Royce engines. This provides another benefit for operators using multiple engine types: They can go to one DOF authorized to work on all of their engines, instead of having to deal with multiple OEMs individually. "The fact that we work on such a broad range of engines gives us expertise in a lot of areas," says Matt Hussey, Corporate Director of Repair Engineering and Product Development at Dallas Airmotive. "And we

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f the turbine wheels on a bizjet's engine don't turn when they are expected to, the multi-million dollar jet becomes­at least temporarily- a multi-million dollar paperweight. That is, a weight on the shoulders of the jet's director of maintenance. Downtime means lost time, and time lost in business means lost revenue. One way to get that aircraft back in the air is to enroll the aircraft's engines in an aftermarket maintenance program that covers both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events. WHO OFFERS THESE PROGRAMS? Nearly every engine original equipment manufacturer (OEM) offers some version of a maintenance service plan that can help take the sting out of unscheduled or even costly scheduled maintenance. Most OEMs offer these plans in various levels, designed to accommodate different maintenance needs based on

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the Eagle Service Plan (ESP) contains four different plan levels: Gold, Gold Lite, Silver, and Silver Lite. "More than 85 percent of our [corporate aviation] customers are on Gold or Gold Lite," said Dan Dixon, ESP Sales and Marketing Manager. "These plans cover them for their FBO [fixed base operator] services, from line maintenance to removeand-install components, or remove-andinstall engines." Customers who have their own line maintenance personnel or who receive

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basic line maintenance services through a pre-existing FBO agreement can opt for the less expensive Silver or Silver Lite plans, or they still can join the Gold programs and be reimbursed for their line maintenance labor costs. All four ESP programs include scheduled overhaul, hot sections, and basic unscheduled removals, either of the engine itself or engine components. Lite programs do not cover life limited parts. Honeywell offers its Maintenance Service Plan (MSP) for ATF3, ALF, HTF700, TPE331, and TPE731 aircraft engines and several of its auxiliary power units (APUs). Honeywell's MSP covers all parts and most labor for routine, major period, and compressor zone inspectionsincluding life limited parts-as well as all parts and labor for unscheduled maintenance. ATF, ALF, and TPE operators can opt for the MSP Gold program, which extends the MSP program to cover engine removals and installations, routine inspection labor when performed by an Authorized Service Center, transportation of the engine, and logistical support for road trips when an unscheduled maintenance issue results in an aircraft on ground (AOG) situation. Operators of Falcon 2000 corporate aircraft powered by CFE728 engines can choose between the Customer Service Program (CSP) and CSP Gold Program offered by the CFE Company, a partnership between Honeywell and General Electric. The CSP and CSP Gold programs offer essentially the same benefits and options as Honeywell's MSP and MSP Gold programs. Rolls-Royce offers its CorporateCare maintenance program to owners of BR710, TAY611, and AE3007 series engines. It

covers parts and labor for scheduled inspections; unscheduled maintenance engine removal, transportation, and reinstallation; and assorted technical services, such as publication revisions and line maintenance training. CorporateCare does not cover line maintenance labor or life limited parts replacement. A similar program called Power by the Hour is available for Rolls-Royce's military aircraft engines. Customers can also look outside the

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OEMs for aftermarket maintenance programs. Chicago-based Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI®) offers several plans covering nearly all aircraft and rotorcraft turbine engines. The JSSI Complete plan covers all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, includes a troubleshooting labor allowance, arranges for rental engines where required, and provides all future mandatory and recommended service bulletins and airworthiness directives (ADs). The JSSI Select plan provides the same coverage, but it excludes life limited components. Jet Support Services also offers a Term plan, which provides all of the benefits of its Complete program, but for a specific contract term; an Unscheduled program

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provides 100 percent coverage for unscheduled maintenance events. For owners of aircraft powered by an engine for which the OEM does not have its own maintenance plan­such as the more than 3,000 currently-flying Eurocopter Astar B3 helicopters powered by Turbomeca engines­JSSI may be their best option for a maintenance plan. "We just saw an opportunity to expand the marketplace, but expanded across all business lines," said JSSI CEO Rick Haskins. "When JSSI first started in 1989, the only other true [aftermarket maintenance program] was Honeywell's. Rolls-Royce had [its] Power by the Hour, but it was limited to a few models. Pratt &Whitney started the Eagle Service Plan about the same time that we started this program. So the market was kind of open." HOW THESE PROGRAMS WORK Generally speaking, most of the aftermarket maintenance plans work the same way. The operator pays an initial fee to join the program; the fee is based on a number of factors, including the age of the engine, total engine cycles, and the number of hours left before its next major overhaul. A monthly or per-flight hour fee is calculated based on the length of the contract or the expected life of the engine. The initial fee and monthly payments are credited to the operator's account, although some maintenance companies also charge additional plan administration fees that do not get added to the account. When an engine requires parts or maintenance covered under the program, the cost of the maintenance is debited from the customer account. But even if the customer's account has not yet accrued enough to pay for the maintenance­for instance, if a catastrophic engine failure occurs outside the OEM's warranty period­the plan covers the agreed-upon service. "We'll take a look at what's going to happen during the course of your ownership of the airplane, and we'll create a rate based on pretty good experience," said Haskins. "If the math is right, at the end of your term, the account should be just about zero." Besides having one entity to turn to­no matter what maintenance issues surface with an engine­one big benefit of enrolling in such an aftermarket maintenance program is the ability to forecast engine maintenance costs, even if unscheduled events should occur. Aftermarket maintenance programs increase the accuracy of the aircraft owner or aviation department's annual budgeting by transforming unpredictable maintenance costs into a predictable monthly expenditure. This regular payment schedule allows for better long-range financial planning. a certain dollar amount to cover even the expected costs of scheduled inspections and maintenance, operators who enroll their engines after they have been in-service for a while often are charged a buy-in fee. "The hourly rates that we charge are predicated on the customer paying that hourly rate over a whole TBO or life of an engine," said Pratt & Whitney Canada's Dixon, who noted the rates are adjusted annually for inflation. "If you join halfway through your overhaul period, we have to collect for those first hours passed, and that can be a hefty sum. Those who joined from the beginning [of their engine's life] have been paying their $5,000 or $10,000 per month . . . a customer with half of their [engine's] overhaul life [remaining] may have to buy-in, for example, at $300,000 to $400,000." Pratt & Whitney Canada does offer a way to soften the buy-in blow by offering the option to pay half of the buy-in fee at enrollment and the other half interest-free over the next 6 months. Honeywell also offers deferment or amortization of the enrollment (buy-in) fee for its MSP and MSP Gold programs. Rolls-Royce calls its buy-in an "arrears" fee. For operators who cannot afford to pay the buy-in for JSSI's Complete program­similar in coverage to PWC's ESP­JSSI takes a different tack. Its Pro Rata program allows an operator to pay a smaller up front buy-in fee. The operator then pays an agreed-upon percentage of scheduled services, such as overhauls and hot sections, when they occur.

"Aftermarket maintenance programs increase the accuracy of the aircraft owner or aviation department's annual budgeting"

BUYING IN One of the most surprising figures often quoted to engine owners inquiring about aftermarket maintenance programs is the buy-in. Because the programs must accrue

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"Basically, we share the cost of scheduled events," said Haskins. "Let's say you've got 1,400 hours left until the hot section [inspection], you'd pay 50 percent of the cost. With 4,200 hours left, you'd pay only 16 percent." In addition to the actual hours flown, the buy-in fee also may be predicated on whether the engine has incorporated all airworthiness directives and recommended service bulletins. For owners of legacy engines, especially those more than a decade old that have not seen much flying time, an OEM's insistence on bringing the engine to current standards may break the deal. "We assure the customer that when you come in to get your overhaul done, or your hot section done, your engine will come out with the latest production configuration," said Dixon. "The first time [a legacy engine] comes into the shop, we have to incorporate all those service bulletins at a cost that is far higher than a current production engine would have, so we would have to charge extra for the buy-in. "Some customers say, 'Oh, maybe I don't want the latest configuration engine anymore,' and they're happy to go away," Dixon continued. "Once you get into engines that are older, the customer

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"Many times, the services offered by these plans go way beyond typical warranty service"

ENDING THE PROGRAM Once an operator has enrolled an engine in a maintenance program, the majority of fees paid into the program are lost to that operator. Some plans allow for a partial rebate of unused fees; others allow the unused fees to be transferred to the engine's new owner, which can have a positive impact on the aircraft's value at sale time. But buyers beware. Even if a plan generally allows funds to be transferred, unscrupulous sellers may not disclose whether they've exercised options that

prevent the transfer. For example, on PWC's ESP program, the first owner to enroll an engine may take either a 60 percent cash rebate of the reserves in the account upon termination, or an 85 percent nonrefundable credit applied to future PWC purchases or another ESP program. If a customer exercises the reimbursement provision, however, the plan is no longer transferable, and the next owner must pay the buy-in fee. "That becomes a point of contention, because the seller doesn't always disclose that he has [exercised] this provision," Dixon said. Honeywell's MSP also offers a refund or credit based on a portion of the accrued net reserves, subject to several conditions. Unlike the ESP and MSP programs, RollsRoyce's CorporateCare program does not offer a rebate or credit, but it is fully transferable to the new aircraft owner. Because JSSI covers all engine types (and also offers a Tip-to-Tail® airframe maintenance plan), customers can either transfer the account when an aircraft is sold, or keep the account and apply funds to a different aircraft. For example, a customer could open a JSSI account to cover Honeywell engines on its Lear 45, then sell the Lear and use the accrued funds in the account on a new JSSI plan covering Pratt & Whitney Canada engines on a Cessna Citation Excel. Aftermarket maintenance programs are not for everyone, but they can help operators of relatively new aircraft smooth out the intermittent high cost of scheduled and unscheduled engine maintenance costs into predictable monthly payments. Many times, the services offered by these plans go way beyond typical warranty service, lifting the weight off the maintenance director's shoulders and giving the aircraft operator greater peace of mind.

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DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC. 900 Nolen Dr., Ste 100, Grapevine, TX 76051 800-527-5003 214-956-3001 · FAX: 214-956-2825 www.dallasairmotive.com [email protected] Dallas Airmotive is the world's leading independent OEM-authorized turbine engine repair and overhaul company. Authorizations include: Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A, PT6T, JT15D, PW100, PW300, PW500, PW901; Honeywell TFE731, ALF502, 36 and 331 series APU; Rolls-Royce Dart, Spey, Tay, Model 250; GE CT7, CT58 and CF34 (line). More than 90 field service representatives around the world are available 24/7. DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC. ENGINE OVERHAUL CENTERS FOREST PARK FACILITY 6114 Forest Park Rd.,Dallas, TX 75235 Tel: 214-956-3000 · FAX: 214-956-3007

JSSI® (JET SUPPORT SERVICES, INC.) 180 North Stetson, 29th Floor Chicago, IL 60601 Tel: 312-644-4444 · FAX: 312-644-4440 JSSI® provides customers with comprehensive financial tools for managing the costs of operating and maintaining nearly all turbine-powered aircraft, including jets, turbo-props and turbine powered helicopters. The only independent hourly cost maintenance provider, JSSI serves customers globally through its network of technical advisors stationed worldwide. For more information please visit http://www.askjssi.com.

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PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA ENGINE SERVICE CENTERS Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. St. Hubert Service Center 7007 chemin de la Savane St-Hubert, Quebec Canada J3Y 3X7 Tel: 450-468-7730 · FAX: 450-468-7807 Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC), a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation (UTC), has a world mandate to design, develop, manufacture, market and support turbofan, turboprop and turboshaft engines in a wide range of power ratings. These engines meet the diverse needs of the marketplace, including business, general aviation and regional aircraft, and helicopters. USA 1525 Midway Park Road Bridgeport, WV 26330 304-842-5421 · FAX: 304-842-7170 EUROPE George Curl Way, Southampton Intl Arpt Southampton, S018 2RU England 44-2380-621200·Fax: 44-2380-621310 Dr.-E.-Zimmermann-Strasse 4 14974 Ludwigsfelde, Germany 49-3378-82401 · FAX: 49-3378-824805

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AUSTRALIA A'Asia Pty Ltd. 30 Industrial Court, Eagle Farm Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4009 61-7-3268-0000·Fax: 61-7-3268-0029 LANSERIA FACILITY Lanseria Intl Airport - P.O. Box 524 Lanseria, 1748 South Africa 27-11-701-3035 · FAX: 27-11-701-3549 SINGAPORE 10 Loyang Crescent, Loyang Industrial Estate, Singapore 509010 65-6545-3212 · FAX:65-6542-3615 PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA REGIONAL SERVICE CENTERS SOUTH BURLINGTON FACILITY 15 Eagle Dr. So. Burlington, VT 05403 802-658-2208 · FAX: 802-863-3752 ATLANTA FACILITY 710 Westlake Pkway, Atlanta, GA 30036 404-349-7848 · FAX: 404-349-7810 ADDISON FACILITY 16445 Addison Rd, Ste 100 Addison, TX 75001 972-732-8601 · FAX: 972-735-8015 WICHITA FACILITY 1955 Midfield Rd, Wichita, KS 67209 316-945-9763 · FAX: 316-945-8713 NAPERVILLE FACILITY 2772 B Golfview Drive Naperville, IL 60563 630-416-8466 · FAX: 630-416-8474

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LUFTHANSA A.E.R.O GMBH Head Office: Lufthansa A.E.R.O. GmbH Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 10 55232 Alzey, Germany Tel: 49-0-673-14970 FAX: 49-0-673-1497197 Email: [email protected] AOG Phone: 49-0-172-6203503 www.lhaero.com USA Lufthansa A.E.R.O. LLC. Service Center Tulsa 3515 North Sheridan Road Tulsa, Oklahoma 74115 Email: [email protected] AOG Phone: 918-605-1883 www.lhaero.com With more than 18 years experience in MRO services for regional jet engines, Lufthansa A.E.R.O. is nowadays the leading independent service provider for CF34-series and PW100-series engines and PW901A APU's, since 2005 certified for PW150-series engines as well. A.E.R.O. is a General Electric and Pratt & Whitney Canada designated/

authorized repair and overhaul facility and approved by the FAA and EASA. A.E.R.O.'s services comprise engine overhaul and repair, hot section inspection, repair or refurbishment, repair and overhaul of wheels & brakes, engine conversions, On-site support, rental engine support, and for customer convenience a 24-hour/ 7-days-a-week AOG & sales hotline.

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NORTHSTAR AEROSPACE PO Box 460, Stroud, OK 74079 Tel: 918-968-9561 · FAX: 918-968-9564 www.pt6t.com Formerly known as Consolidated Heliflight, Northstar Aerospace Turbine Engine Service Group, is an independent repair station located between Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Northstar is authorized by the FAA to repair and overhaul PWC PT6A Turboprop Engines and PT6T Turboshaft Power Sections & Reduction Gearboxes. Northstar Aerospace Turbine Engine Service Group provides a level of excellence in repairs, overhauls, and field service that is unequaled anywhere in the industry.

PRATT & WHITNEY TOOL SUPPORT SERVICES 411 Silver Lane, E. Hartford, CT 06118 Tel: 860-610-2675 · FAX: 860-610-2670 email: [email protected] Pratt & Whitney Tool Support Service provides engine tooling for inspection, assembly & disassembly along with repair tools for all Pratt & Whitney Canada engines, Pratt & Whitney large commercial engines and IAE V2500 engines. We offer prompt quotes, responses and competitive pricing. Our goal is complete customer satisfaction. Please contact us for all of your tooling needs.

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Standard Aero, a member of Standard Aero Group, is a world leader in providing aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul services. Standard Aero services engines used in regional airlines, business aviation, helicopters, and military/government aircraft. Engine servicing for: PW100, PT6A, Model 250, T56/501D, AE3007, AE2100, CF34®, GTCP 36 and 85 Series APUs. STANDARD AERO LTD REGIONAL SERVICE CENTERS LACHINE, QUEBEC 10664 Cote-De-Liesse Road Lachine, PQ H8T 1A5 Canada Tel: 514-631-9650 Fax: 514-636-0270 CALGARY, ALBERTA 575 Palmer Road NE Calgary, AB T2E 7G4 Canada Tel: 403-219-8884 Fax: 403-219-8883 RICHMOND, BC 110 - 6080 Russ Baker Way Richmond, BC V7B 1B4 Canada Tel: 604-273-6040 Fax: 604-273-2953 TORONTO, ONTARIO 2450 Derry Road East Hawthorne Shell Centre Mississauga, ON l5S 1B2 Canada Tel: 905-676-9364 Fax: 905-676-1151 ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 600 Hayden Cir, Allentown, PA 18109 Tel: 610-264-7753 Fax: 610-264-7760 LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 345 Doucet Road, Suite 200 Lafayette, LA 70503 Tel: 337-993-1144 Fax: 337-993-0464 MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE 1029 Ross Drive Maryville, TN 37801 Tel: 865-983-2992 Fax: 865-983-2092 CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA 6865 Belt Rd, Concord, NC 28027 Tel: 800-766-2376 Fax: 704-720-7499 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 661 Duncan Drive, Bldg 360, Room 213 San Antonio, TX 78226 Tel: 210-334-6000 Fax: 210-334-6188 SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS 2000 E. Continental Blvd. Southlake, TX 76092 Tel: 817-251-3579 Fax: 817-251-4837 818-781-1170 STANDARD AERO ASIA PTE LIMITED 48A Loyang Way, Singapore 508741 Tel: 011 65 6586 8400 Fax:011 65 8542 4224 TILBURG PO Box 4197, 5004 JD, Tilburg The Netherlands Tel: 011-31-13-572-8572 Fax: 011-31-13-572-8500 AUSTRALIA PO Box 530 Villawood NSW 2163 Australia Tel: 011-61-29-724-1883 Fax: 011-61-2-9728-7733

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SIFCO TURBINE GROUP 2430 North Winnetka Ave, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55427 Tel: 763-544-3511 · FAX: 763-544-2206 www.sifco.com SIFCO Minneapolis is a specialized provider of high technology services to the small/medium aerospace, power, marine and industrial turbine markets. We offer a wide range of manufacturing and refurbishment capabilities for hot section components. We provide OEM authorized repairs for Pratt & Whitney Canada, Rolls-Royce, Turbomeca and Hamilton Sundstrand.

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1000 Marie-Victorin Longvevil, Quebec Canada J4G1A1 FAX: 450-468-7807 450-468-7730 www.pwc.ca Contact: George Nader ENGINE SERVICE CENTERS St. Hubert Service Center 7007 Chemin de la Savane St. Hubert, Quebec Canada J3Y 3X7 FAX: 450-468-7807 450-468-7730 P&WC Customer Service Center Europe GmbH Dr.-E.-Zimmermann-Straaasse 4 Ludwiggsfelde Germany 14974 FAX: 49-3378-824805 49-3378-82401 P&WC SEA Pte Ltd 10 Loyang Crescent Loyang Indus. Estate Singapore 509010 FAX: 65-6542-3615 65-6545-3212 P&WC A'ASIA Pty Ltd. 30 Industrial Court - Eagle Farm Brisbane Queensland, Australia 4009 FAX: 61-7-3268-0029 61-7-3268-0000 Bridgeport Facility 1525 Midway PArk Road Bridgeport WV USA 26330 Toll Free: 304-842-7170 304-842-5421 Lanseria Facility Lanseria Intl Airport - P.O. Box 524 Lanseria South Africa 1748 FAX: 27-11-701-3549 27-11-701-3035 P&WC Customer Service Center Europe George Curl Way - Southampton Intl Airport Southampton England S018 2RU 44-2380-621200 FAX: 44-2380-621310 REGIONAL SERVICE CENTERS South Burlington Facility 15 Eagle Drive South Burlington VT USA 05403-6037 FAX: 802-863-3752 802-658-2208

STANDARD AERO

33 Allen Dyne Rd Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3X1P6 204-775-9711 Contact: Richard Price FAX: 204-783-2878 [email protected] www.standardaero.com Standard Aero (Alliance) Inc. 1029 Ross Drive Maryville TN 37801 865-983-2992 FAX: 865-983-2092 [email protected] FAA# AE0R215N Business Aviation & Helicopters Suite1 29034 216th Ave SE Black Diamond WA 98010 [email protected] 360-886-1906 FAX: 360-886-1928 Large Fleet and Airlines - Sales & Service 525 Commerce St Southlake TX 76092 817-251-3579 FAX: 817-251-4837

DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC.

Corporate Headquarters 900 Nolen Drive, Suite A Grapevine TX 76051 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 www.dallasairmotive.com Dallas Airmotive/Forest Park Facility 6114 Forest Park Road Dallas TX 75235 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 Dallas Airmotive/Millville Facility 101 Bogden Blvd. Millville NJ 08332 Contact: Hugh McElroy 214-956-3001 FAX: 214-956-2825 Contact: Paul Ford 214-956-3000 FAX: 214-956-3007

S P E C I A L

856-825-6000 FAX: 856-825-1791 Toll Free: 800-257-7077 214-535-2300 214-353-7080 210-599-0060 FAX: 210-599-2358

STANDARD AERO

Dallas Airmotive/Carpenter Freeway Facility 7611 Carpenter Freeway Dallas TX 75247 FAX: 214-353-2305 Dallas Airmotive/Dallas Regional Turbine Center 7517 Lemmon Ave., Hangar L Dallas TX 75209 FAX: 214-3535-7063 Dynatech Turbine Services 3614 Highpoint Drive San Antonio TX 78217 FAA Repair Station #XD3R967L

145 Duncan Drive, Suite 100 San Antonio TX 78226 www.standardaero.com 210-334-6191 FAX: 210-334-6188 Windsor Airmotive Barnes Group Inc. 7 Connecticut S. Dr. East Granby CT 06026 860-653-5531 Telex: 9102403706 FAX: 860-653-0397 SITA: BDL WDCR

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WOOD GROUP TURBOPOWER, INC.

14820 NW 60TH Ave. Miami Lakes FL 33014 Toll Free: 800-403-6737 305-423-2321 FAX: 305-820-0404 TWX:810-848-8575 Repair Station #NE4R385M 2828 Donald Douglas Loop N. Santa Monica CA 90405 FAX: 310-392-6644 310-392-8090

E B Airfoils, LLC 3591 SW Deggeller Court Palm City FL USA 34990 FAX: 772-219-0600 772-219-4600 ext. 17 Contact:Edwared B. Ajuelo www.ebairfoils.com

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ACTION AIRCRAFT, L.P.

214-351-1284 FAX: 214-351-1286 Contact: Mary Hiatt FAA CRS# A9UR626J www.actionaircraft.com [email protected] Aero Technicians Inc.-Hart Enterprises P.O. Box 7, Rexburg Airport Rexburg ID 83440 FAX: 208-359-2123 208-356-4446 Aerotron AirPower Inc. 456 Aerotron Pkwy. La Grange GA 30240 Telex: 656377 706-812-1700 ARINC/SITA:LGBALXD FAX: 706-812-9666 www.aerotron.com [email protected] Contact: Michael E. Cannady Air Technology, Engines Inc. 2884A South Horseshoe Drive Naples FL 34104 FAX: 239-643-0940 239-643-0011 Air Technology, Inc. 2884 South Horseshoe Dr. Naples FL 34104 Contact: Mike Turner 239-643-0011 FAX: 239-643-0940 www.airtechengines.com [email protected] 10570 Olympic Drive Dallas TX 75220

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. Travis Fld. POB 2206 Savannah GA 31402 7301 NW 50th St. Bethany OK 73008

912-965-3000 405-717-6500 FAX: 405-789-5995 7440 Aviation Pl. Dallas TX 75235 800-731-3101 Repair Station #VJ1R560K FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Outagamie Airport-301 Discovery Dr. Appleton WI 54915 FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Repair Station #QK2R1121 33 Elsie St. Westfield MA 01085 FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Spares Support 7440 Aviation Pl. Dallas TX 75235 800-731-3101 Repair Station #VJ1R560K FAX: 800-731-3101

HONEYWELL AEROSPACE

Honeywell Aerospace Aerospace Marketing, Sales & Service 1944 E. Sky Harbor Circle Phoenix AZ 85034 602-231-1000 Global Repair & Overhaul Facility Sales & Services Sales & Services & Repair Overhaul One Cliff Garrett Drive Anniston AL 36202 FAX: 256-835-4119 256-835-4100 Aerospace Electronic Systems Honeywell Aerospace Electronic Systems 21111 N. 19 Ave. Phoenix AZ 85027 602-436-5977 Toll Free: 1-800-267-9947 FAX: 602-436-1500 Honeywell Aerospace Trading Honeywell Aerospace Services Honeywell Engines, Systems & Services 111 S. 34th St. Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 www.honeywell.com 602-231-1000 FAX: 602-231-5713 Commercial Propulsion 111 South 34th Street Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 602-231-1000 Commercial APUs 111 South 34th Street, P.O. Box 52181 Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 602-231-7500 FAX: 602-231-7505 Military/Helicopter Enterprise 111 South 34th Street Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 FAX: 602-231-3048 J & E Aircraft Co. 1840 NW 93 Ave. Miami FL 33172 305-594-2251 Repair Station JZ4R302M FAX: 305-594-6674 Jet Air, Inc. RR 2 Box 117 Galesburg IL 61401 309-342-3134 FAX: 309-342-1078

Sabreliner Corporation Pierre Laclede Center 7733 Forsyth Blvd. #1500 Saint Louis MO 63105-1821 Toll Free: 800-325-4663 314-863-6880 FAX: 314-863-6887 Sadler Aircraft Service Inc. Wallingford Rd. Danbury CT 06810 203-748-9922 Signature Flight Support Pal-Waukee Mcpl. Airport Wheeling IL 60090 Contact: Mike Gardner 847-537-1200 Toll Free: 800-323-7887 FAX: 847-541-2252 T W Smith Engine Company Inc. 4370 Erie Ave. Cincinnati OH 45227 513-871-3500 Stauffer Aero A Division of Heritage Aero Ltd. 5436-B 11th St. NE Calgary, AB Canada T2E 7E9 FAX: 403-274-3684 403-274-3636 United Technologies P&WC Aircraft Service Incorporated 15 Eagle Dr., Burlington Int'l Airport South Burlington VT 05403 802-658-2208 Telex: 954632 FAX: 802-863-3752 Toll Free: 800-268-8000 Wood Group Power, Inc. 68 Prospect, Inc. E. Windsor CT 06088 860-292-3115 FAX: 860-292-7078

WOOD GROUP TURBOPOWER, INC.

305-423-2321 FAX: 305-820-0404 TWX:810-848-8575 Repair Station #NE4R385M 2828 Donald Douglas Loop N. Santa Monica CA 90405 FAX: 310-392-6644 310-392-8090 14820 NW 60TH Ave. Miami Lakes FL 33014 Toll Free: 800-403-6737

AIRCRAFT ACCESSORIES OF OKLAHOMA INC.

2740 N Sheridan Rd. Tulsa OK 74115 [email protected] Aircraft Cylinder & Turbine Inc. 10959 Tuxford Sun Valley CA 91352 Aircraft Systems Inc. 5187 Falcon Rd. Rockford IL 61109 www.acs-rfd.com [email protected] America's Aircraft Engines, Inc. P.O. Box 582453 Tulsa OK 74158 FAA REPAIR STATION #IAXR223L ARINC Incorporated 2551 Riva Rd. Annapolis MD 21401 Contact: Dennis Craig 918-835-9924 FAX: 918-835-3681 Toll Free: 1-800-255-9924 818-767-5000 FAX: 818-504-1108 815-399-0225 FAX: 815-399-0084 Contact: Terry F. Norels 918-371-3000 FAX: 918-371-3041

ENGINE SERVICES - ENGINE ENGINE SERVICES - ENGINE COMPONENT REPAIR COMPONENT REPAIR*

Parker Aerospace Gas Turbine Fuel Systems Division 9200 Tyler Blvd. Mentor OH 44060 101 Parker Dr., PO Box 1120 Andover OH 44003 Ext: 145 or 147 124 Columbia Street Clyde NY 14433 U.S. Overhaul & Exchange Facility 7777 N. Glen Harbor Blvd. Glendale AZ 85307 FAX: 623-872-8696 440-954-8100 FAX: 440-954-8199 440-293-5756 FAX: 440-293-5756 315-923-2311 FAX: 315-923-9306 623-872-6160

R E P O R T

410-266-4000 FAX: 410-266-4040 Toll Free: 800-482-0004 1587 Aviation Way Colorado Springs CO 80916 Toll Free: 800-482-0004 719-550-8880 FAX: 719-550-8883 www.arinc.com [email protected] Aviation Engine Service, Inc. 8050 NW 90th St. Miami FL 33166 305-477-7771 Repair Station #ENVR123K FAX: 305-477-7779 AVTEAM Engine Repair Corp. 8130 NW 74th Ave. Medley FL 33166 305-885-8090 Toll Free: 1-800-424-7462 FAX: 305-885-1085 FAA REPAIR STATION #WG4R621M Bizjet International Sales & Support, Inc. 3515 North Sheridan Tulsa OK 74115 918-832-7733 FAX: 918-832-8627 www.bizjet.com Contact: John Loerch [email protected] FAA #IY2R915K Britt Metal Processing Inc. 15800 NW 49th Ave. Miami FL 33014 305-621-5200 Telex: 361631 BRITT METAL FAX: 305-625-9487 Corporate Headquarters 900 Nolen Drive, Suite A Grapevine TX 76051 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 www.dallasairmotive.com Dallas Airmotive/Forest Park Facility 6114 Forest Park Road Dallas TX 75235 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 Dallas Airmotive/Millville Facility 101 Bogden Blvd. Millville NJ 08332 Contact: Hugh McElroy 214-956-3001 FAX: 214-956-2825 Contact: Paul Ford 214-956-3000 FAX: 214-956-3007

KELLSTROM INDUSTRIES

3701 Flamingo Rd. Miramar FL 33027 Livingston Aviation 2814 Airport Blvd. Waterloo IA 50703 954-538-2000 FAX: 954-538-6626 319-234-1783 FAX: 319-234-7763

*PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA

ENGINE SERVICE CENTERS St. Hubert Service Center 7007 Chemin de la Savane St. Hubert, Quebec Canada J3Y 3X7 450-468-7730 FAX: 450-468-7807 P&WC Customer Service Center Europe GmbH Dr.-E.-Zimmermann-Straaasse 4 Ludwiggsfelde Germany 14974 49-3378-82401 FAX: 49-3378-824805 P&WC SEA Pte Ltd 10 Loyang Crescent Loyang Indus. Estate Singapore 509010 65-6545-3212 FAX: 65-6542-3615 P&WC A'ASIA Pty Ltd. 30 Industrial Court - Eagle Farm Brisbane Queensland, Australia 4009 61-7-3268-0000 FAX: 61-7-3268-0029 Bridgeport Facility 1525 Midway PArk Road Bridgeport WV USA 26330 Toll Free: 304-842-7170 304-842-5421 P&WC Customer Service Center Europe George Curl Way - Southampton Intl Airport Southampton England S018 2RU 44-2380-621200 FAX: 44-2380-621310 COMPONENT REPAIR Wichita Falls Facility Aerospace Component Repairs 3101 Hammon Road Wichita Falls TX USA 76310 FAX: 940-761-9292 940-761-9200

DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC.

S P E C I A L

Merex, Incorporated 1100 Business Center Circle - B Newbury Park CA usa 91320 805-446-2700 www.merexinc.com FAX: 805-446-2800 www.merexinc.com Metal Improvement Company 10 Forest Ave. Paramus NJ 07652 201-843-7800 Telex: 134489 FAX: 201-843-3460 National Flight Services Inc. Toledo Express Apt. 10971 East Airport Service Rd. Swanton OH 43558 419-865-2311 FAX: 419-866-1807 Penn Yan Aero Service Inc. Airport Penn Yan NY 14527 315-536-2333 FAX: 315-536-2335

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ACCESSORIES SERVICES Longueuil Facility 333 rue d'Auvergne Longueuil, Quebec Canada J4H 3Y3 450-442-6837 FAX: 450-442-6810 Premier Turbines 101 Freedom Drive Independence KS 67301-0946 FAA #YNBR921L 620-331-8180 FAX: 620-331-6426 Pueblo Airmotive Inc. 2560 N. Huachuca Drive Tucson AZ 85745 FAX: 520-882-6338 520-882-5530 PO Box 36592 Tucson AZ 85740

M A I N T E N A N C E

856-825-6000 FAX: 856-825-1791 Toll Free: 800-257-7077

Dallas Airmotive/Carpenter Freeway Facility 7611 Carpenter Freeway Dallas TX 75247 FAX: 214-353-2305 214-535-2300 Dallas Airmotive/Dallas Regional Turbine Center 7517 Lemmon Ave., Hangar L Dallas TX 75209 FAX: 214-3535-7063 214-353-7080 GE Engine Services, Inc. GE Aircraft Engines 1 Neumann Way, Mail Drop F103 Cincinnati OH 45215 FAX: 513-243-8002 513-243-8001

ENGINE SERVICES - ENGINE OVERHAUL OVERHAUL*

ACTION AIRCRAFT, L.P.

214-351-1284 FAX: 214-351-1286 Contact: Mary Hiatt FAA CRS# A9UR626J www.actionaircraft.com [email protected] Aero Technicians Inc.-Hart Enterprises P.O. Box 7, Rexburg Airport Rexburg ID 83440 FAX: 208-359-2123 208-356-4446 Air Services International LLC. 14501 N 73rd St Scottsdale AZ 85260-3103 Repair Station:TU3R88OL 480-951-6300 Toll Free: 888-730-0274 FAX: 480-991-3774 10570 Olympic Drive Dallas TX 75220

R & B AIRCRAFT SUPPLY INC.

6848 Farmdale Ave. N. Hollywood CA 91605 FAX: 818-765-2436 818-764-3910 Contact: Max Meredith Repair Station #ZW3R039M [email protected] www.rbaircraft.com Contact: Jack Rogers Rolls-Royce (Canada) Ltd. 9500 Cote De Liesse Lachine Quebec Canada H8TIA2 FAX: 514-636-8915 514-631-3541 Rolls-Royce Engine Services 7200 Earhart Rd. Oakland CA 94621 510-613-1000 Telex: 183706 HELI-DYNE CA. FAX: 510-635-2250 Toll Free: 800-622-2677

GRAND PRAIRIE ACCESSORY SERVICE, LLC

1038 Santerre Drive Grand Prairie TX 75050 FAA Repair Station #GPYR474X www.gpaccessory.com Contact: Mike Walsh Gulfstream Aerospace Elise Street Westfield MA 01085 972-641-4677 FAX: 972-660-5253

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[email protected] 413-562-5866 FAX: 413-562-9421

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Air Technology, Engines Inc. 2884A South Horseshoe Drive Naples FL 34104 FAX: 239-643-0940 Air Technology, Inc. 2884 South Horseshoe Dr. Naples FL 34104 Contact: Mike Turner www.airtechengines.com [email protected] Aircraft Cylinder & Turbine Inc. 10959 Tuxford Sun Valley CA 91352

239-643-0011 239-643-0011 FAX: 239-643-0940

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. Travis Fld. POB 2206 Savannah GA 31402 7301 NW 50th St. Bethany OK 73008

818-767-5000 FAX: 818-504-1108 Alpha Aviation Inc. 8111 Lemmon Ave - PO Box 35508 Dallas TX 75235 FAX: 214-352-4821 214-352-4801 America's Aircraft Engines, Inc. P.O. Box 582453 Tulsa OK 74158 918-371-3000 FAA REPAIR STATION #IAXR223L FAX: 918-371-3041 ARINC Incorporated 2551 Riva Rd. Annapolis MD 21401 410-266-4000 Contact: Dennis Craig FAX: 410-266-4040 Toll Free: 800-482-0004 1587 Aviation Way Colorado Springs CO 80916 Toll Free: 800-482-0004 719-550-8880 FAX: 719-550-8883 www.arinc.com [email protected] Atlantic Aero Inc. PO Box 35408 Greensboro NC 27425 800-334-2001 FAX: 910-668-4434 Aviation Engine Service, Inc. 8050 NW 90th St. Miami FL 33166 305-477-7771 Repair Station #ENVR123K FAX: 305-477-7779 AVTEAM Engine Repair Corp. 8130 NW 74th Ave. Medley FL 33166 305-885-8090 Toll Free: 1-800-424-7462 FAX: 305-885-1085 FAA REPAIR STATION #WG4R621M Bizjet International Sales & Support, Inc. 3515 North Sheridan Tulsa OK 74115 918-832-7733 FAX: 918-832-8627 www.bizjet.com Contact: John Loerch [email protected] FAA #IY2R915K Broadies Aircraft & Engine Service Inc. 200 Commander Rd. Loc 2N Fort Worth TX 76106 FAX: 817-626-1537 817-626-1532 Certified Engines Unlimited 4000 NW 145th Street Opa-Locka FL 33054 FAX: 305-681-8027 305-685-8331 Contact:Allen Weiss [email protected] Custom Airmotive, Inc. 2702 N. Sheridan Rd., Bldg B Tulsa OK 74115 FAX: 918-836-9431 918-836-6836 Cutter Flying Service Inc. 2502 Clark Carr Loop SE Albuquerque NM 87106 FAX: 505-842-4405 505-842-4184 Corporate Headquarters 900 Nolen Drive, Suite A Grapevine TX 76051 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 www.dallasairmotive.com Dallas Airmotive/Forest Park Facility 6114 Forest Park Road Dallas TX 75235 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 Dallas Airmotive/Millville Facility 101 Bogden Blvd. Millville NJ 08332 Contact: Hugh McElroy

912-965-3000 405-717-6500 FAX: 405-789-5995 7440 Aviation Pl. Dallas TX 75235 800-731-3101 Repair Station #VJ1R560K FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Outagamie Airport-301 Discovery Dr. Appleton WI 54915 FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Repair Station #QK2R1121 33 Elsie St. Westfield MA 01085 FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Spares Support 7440 Aviation Pl. Dallas TX 75235 800-731-3101 Repair Station #VJ1R560K FAX: 800-731-3101

HONEYWELL AEROSPACE

Honeywell Aerospace Aerospace Marketing, Sales & Service 1944 E. Sky Harbor Circle Phoenix AZ 85034 602-231-1000 Global Repair & Overhaul Facility Sales & Services Sales & Services & Repair Overhaul One Cliff Garrett Drive Anniston AL 36202 FAX: 256-835-4119 256-835-4100 Aerospace Electronic Systems Honeywell Aerospace Electronic Systems 21111 N. 19 Ave. Phoenix AZ 85027 602-436-5977 Toll Free: 1-800-267-9947 FAX: 602-436-1500 Honeywell Aerospace Trading Honeywell Aerospace Services Honeywell Engines, Systems & Services 111 S. 34th St. Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 www.honeywell.com 602-231-1000 FAX: 602-231-5713 Commercial Propulsion 111 South 34th Street Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 602-231-1000 Commercial APUs 111 South 34th Street, P.O. Box 52181 Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 602-231-7500 FAX: 602-231-7505 Military/Helicopter Enterprise 111 South 34th Street Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 FAX: 602-231-3048 J & E Aircraft Co. 1840 NW 93 Ave. Miami FL 33172 305-594-2251 Repair Station JZ4R302M FAX: 305-594-6674 Jet Air, Inc. RR 2 Box 117 Galesburg IL 61401 309-342-3134 FAX: 309-342-1078 Livingston Aviation 2814 Airport Blvd. Waterloo IA 50703 319-234-1783 FAX: 319-234-7763 Merex, Incorporated 1100 Business Center Circle - B Newbury Park CA usa 91320 805-446-2700 www.merexinc.com FAX: 805-446-2800 www.merexinc.com Metal Improvement Company 10 Forest Ave. Paramus NJ 07652 201-843-7800 Telex: 134489 FAX: 201-843-3460 National Flight Services Inc. Toledo Express Apt. 10971 East Airport Service Rd. Swanton OH 43558 419-865-2311 FAX: 419-866-1807 New Hampshire Helicopters Inc. Foss Lane P.O. Box 5000 Hampton NH 03842 FAX: 603-926-1037 603-926-4949 PT Aero Service Inc. TF Green Apt. Hgr. 1 Warwick RI 02886 401-737-7788 Pacific Sky Supply, Inc. 8230 San Fernando Rd. Sun Valley CA 91352 FAX: 818-767-6278 818-768-3700 www.pacsky.com Contact: Rodney Imes [email protected] FAA Repair Station #QQPR566K Penn Yan Aero Service Inc. Airport Penn Yan NY 14527 315-536-2333 FAX: 315-536-2335 ENGINE SERVICE CENTERS St. Hubert Service Center 7007 Chemin de la Savane St. Hubert, Quebec Canada J3Y 3X7 450-468-7730 FAX: 450-468-7807 P&WC Customer Service Center Europe GmbH Dr.-E.-Zimmermann-Straaasse 4 Ludwiggsfelde Germany 14974 49-3378-82401 FAX: 49-3378-824805 P&WC SEA Pte Ltd 10 Loyang Crescent Loyang Indus. Estate Singapore 509010 65-6545-3212 FAX: 65-6542-3615 P&WC A'ASIA Pty Ltd. 30 Industrial Court - Eagle Farm Brisbane Queensland, Australia 4009 61-7-3268-0000 FAX: 61-7-3268-0029 Bridgeport Facility 1525 Midway PArk Road Bridgeport WV USA 26330 Toll Free: 304-842-7170 304-842-5421

P&WC Customer Service Center Europe George Curl Way - Southampton Intl Airport Southampton England S018 2RU 44-2380-621200 FAX: 44-2380-621310 Lanseria Facility Lanseria Intl Airport - P.O. Box 524 Lanseria South Africa 1748 FAX: 27-11-701-3549 27-11-701-3035 Premier Turbines Premier Turbines 3551 Doniphan Drive Neosho MO 64850 FAA #NZUR892L 417-451-1810 FAX: 417-451-7245 Premier Turbines Perryville Municipal Airport Route 3 Box 236 Perryville MO 63775 573-543-2212 FAA # JV2R940K FAX: 573-543-5494 Toll Free: 888-999-9754 Pueblo Airmotive Inc. 2560 N. Huachuca Drive Tucson AZ 85745 FAX: 520-882-6338 520-882-5530 PO Box 36592 Tucson AZ 85740

R & B AIRCRAFT SUPPLY INC.

6848 Farmdale Ave. N. Hollywood CA 91605 FAX: 818-765-2436 818-764-3910 Contact: Max Meredith Repair Station #ZW3R039M [email protected] www.rbaircraft.com Contact: Jack Rogers Rolls-Royce (Canada) Ltd. 9500 Cote De Liesse Lachine Quebec Canada H8TIA2 FAX: 514-636-8915 514-631-3541 Rolls-Royce Engine Services 7200 Earhart Rd. Oakland CA 94621 510-613-1000 Telex: 183706 HELI-DYNE CA. FAX: 510-635-2250 Toll Free: 800-622-2677 Sabreliner Corporation Pierre Laclede Center 7733 Forsyth Blvd. #1500 Saint Louis MO 63105-1821 Toll Free: 800-325-4663 314-863-6880 FAX: 314-863-6887

SIFCO TURBINE COMPONENT SERVICES

2430 Winnetka Ave. N. Minneapolis MN 55427-3568 FAX: 813-884-9299 2430 No. Winnetka Ave. Minneapolis MN 55427 FAX: 612-544-2206 T W Smith Engine Company Inc. 4370 Erie Ave. Cincinnati OH 45227 763-544-3511 612-544-3511 513-871-3500

STANDARD AERO

33 Allen Dyne Rd Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3X 1P6 204-775-9711 Contact: Richard Price FAX: 204-783-2878 [email protected] www.standardaero.com Standard Aero (Alliance) Inc. 1029 Ross Drive Maryville TN 37801 865-983-2992 FAX: 865-983-2092 [email protected] FAA# AE0R215N Business Aviation & Helicopters Suite1 29034 216th Ave SE Black Diamond WA 98010 [email protected] 360-886-1906 FAX: 360-886-1928 Large Fleet and Airlines - Sales & Service 525 Commerce St Southlake TX 76092 817-251-3579 FAX: 817-251-4837 Stauffer Aero A Division of Heritage Aero Ltd. 5436-B 11th St. NE Calgary, AB Canada T2E 7E9 FAX: 403-274-3684 403-274-3636 Turbines, Inc. 7303 Maynard Wheeler Lane Terre Haute IN 47803 FAX: 812-877-4604 812-877-2587 United Technologies P&WC Aircraft Service Incorporated 15 Eagle Dr., Burlington Int'l Airport South Burlington VT 05403 802-658-2208 Telex: 954632 FAX: 802-863-3752 Toll Free: 800-268-8000 Windsor Airmotive Barnes Group Inc. 7 Connecticut S. Dr. East Granby CT 06026 Telex: 9102403706 860-653-5531 SITA: BDL WDCR FAX: 860-653-0397 Wood Group Power, Inc. 68 Prospect, Inc. E. Windsor CT 06088 860-292-3115 FAX: 860-292-7078

DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC.

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214-956-3001 FAX: 214-956-2825 Contact: Paul Ford 214-956-3000 FAX: 214-956-3007 856-825-6000 FAX: 856-825-1791 Toll Free: 800-257-7077

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Dallas Airmotive/Carpenter Freeway Facility 7611 Carpenter Freeway Dallas TX 75247 FAX: 214-353-2305 214-535-2300 Dallas Airmotive/Dallas Regional Turbine Center 7517 Lemmon Ave., Hangar L Dallas TX 75209 FAX: 214-3535-7063 214-353-7080 Dassault Falcon Jet Corp. Teterboro Airport, Box 2000 South Hackensack NJ 07606 201-440-6700 Toll Free: 800-526-7071 FAX: 201-541-4700 P.O.B 967, Adams Field Little Rock AR 72203 FAX: 501-372-5850 501-372-5254 Garrett Aviation Service Centers Garrett Aviation Services Bush Field Airport - 1550 Hangar Rd. Augusta GA 30906 706-793-5600 Contact: Mike Durst FAX: 706-793-0469 Toll Free: 800-891-8889 GE Engine Services, Inc. GE Aircraft Engines 1 Neumann Way, Mail Drop F103 Cincinnati OH 45215 FAX: 513-243-8002 513-243-8001 General Dynamics Land Systems 38500 Mound Road Sterling Heights MI 48310 FAX: 810-825-4013 810-825-4000 Gulfstream Aerospace Elise Street Westfield MA 01085 413-562-5866 FAX: 413-562-9421

*PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA

M A I N T E N A N C E

WOOD GROUP TURBOPOWER, INC.

305-423-2321 FAX: 305-820-0404 TWX:810-848-8575 Repair Station #NE4R385M 2828 Donald Douglas Loop N. Santa Monica CA 90405 FAX: 310-392-6644 310-392-8090 Yingling Aircraft Inc 2010 Airport Rd., PO Box 9248 Wichita KS 67209 Toll Free: 800-854-2647 316-943-3246 FAX: 316-943-2484 14820 NW 60TH Ave. Miami Lakes FL 33014 Toll Free: 800-403-6737

ENGINE SERVICES - ENGINE REPAIR* REPAIR

Aviation Engine Service, Inc. 8050 NW 90th St. Miami FL 33166 305-477-7771 Repair Station #ENVR123K FAX: 305-477-7779 AVTEAM Engine Repair Corp. 8130 NW 74th Ave. Medley FL 33166 305-885-8090 Toll Free: 1-800-424-7462 FAX: 305-885-1085 FAA REPAIR STATION #WG4R621M Bizjet International Sales & Support, Inc. 3515 North Sheridan Tulsa OK 74115 918-832-7733 FAX: 918-832-8627 www.bizjet.com Contact: John Loerch [email protected] FAA #IY2R915K Bombardier Aerospace Business Aviation Services One Bradley Intl. Airport Windsor Locks CT 06096 Repair Station #SH5R197N 860-627-9491 Toll Free: 888-BAS1-BDL FAX: 860-292-7350 Wichita P.O. Box 7707 Wichita KS 67277 316-946-2000 Toll Free: 1-888-BAS1-ICT FAX: 316-946-2225 www.learjet.com Denver 7830 Harry B. Combs Pkwy. Denver CO 80249 Repair Station #L4JR905J 303-342-5400 Toll Free: 1-888-BAS1-DEN FAX: 303-342-5738 Britt Metal Processing Inc. 15800 NW 49th Ave. Miami FL 33014 305-621-5200 Telex: 361631 BRITT METAL FAX: 305-625-9487 Broadies Aircraft & Engine Service Inc. 200 Commander Rd. Loc 2N Fort Worth TX 76106 FAX: 817-626-1537 817-626-1532 Cadorath Aerospace Inc. 2115 Logan Ave., Winnipeg Winnipeg, MB Canada R2R OJ1 204-633-2707 Toll Free: 800-470-7069 FAX: 204-632-7663 Central American Airways Flying Service Inc. Bowman Field Louisville KY 40205 502-458-3211 FAX: 502-458-1109 Central Flying Service Inc. 1501 Bond Street Little Rock AR 72202 501-375-3245 Toll Free: 800-888-5387 FAX: 501-375-7274 Certified Engines Unlimited 4000 NW 145th Street Opa-Locka FL 33054 FAX: 305-681-8027 305-685-8331 Contact:Allen Weiss [email protected] Chattanooga Aero Service Inc Lovell Field P. O. Box 22396 Chattanooga TN 37422 423-892-2121 FAX: 423-892-4120 Chem-tronics Inc. 1150 W. Bradley Ave. El Cajon CA 92020 FAX: 619-448-6992 619-448-2320 Chester County Aviation 1 Earhart Drive, Suite 1 Coatesville PA 19320 FAX: 610-384-7083 610-384-9000 Chromalloy Arizona 5161 West Polk St. Phoenix AZ 85043 602-272-1768 FAX: 602-352-5959 Shipping Address: 5150 West Van Buren Street Phoenix AZ 85043 Corporate Jets Inc. Allegheny County Apt. 57 West Mifflin PA 15122 FAX: 412-466-1978 412-466-2500 Crow Executive Air, Inc. Toledo Metcalf Airport Toledo OH 43447 419-838-6921 FAX: 419-838-6911 Cutter Flying Service Inc. 2502 Clark Carr Loop SE Albuquerque NM 87106 FAX: 505-842-4405 505-842-4184

The Dee Howard Co. Box 469001 San Antonio TX 78246 Duncan Aviation Inc. 3701 Aviation Road Lincoln NE 68524 Contact: Spencer McPherin Dynatech Turbine Services 3614 Highpoint Drive San Antonio TX 78217 FAA Repair Station #XD3R967L

210-828-1341 FAX: 210-804-4206 402-475-2611 FAX: 402-475-5541 Toll Free: 800-228-4277 210-599-0060 FAX: 210-599-2358

Harrisburg Jet Center, Inc. Capital Cty Apt New Cumberland PA 17070 FAX: 717-774-3338

717-774-0145

HONEYWELL AEROSPACE

Honeywell Aerospace Aerospace Marketing, Sales & Service 1944 E. Sky Harbor Circle Phoenix AZ 85034 602-231-1000 Global Repair & Overhaul Facility Sales & Services Sales & Services & Repair Overhaul One Cliff Garrett Drive Anniston AL 36202 FAX: 256-835-4119 256-835-4100 Aerospace Electronic Systems Honeywell Aerospace Electronic Systems 21111 N. 19 Ave. Phoenix AZ 85027 602-436-5977 Toll Free: 1-800-267-9947 FAX: 602-436-1500 Honeywell Aerospace Trading Honeywell Aerospace Services Honeywell Engines, Systems & Services 111 S. 34th St. Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 www.honeywell.com 602-231-1000 FAX: 602-231-5713 Commercial Propulsion 111 South 34th Street Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 602-231-1000 Commercial APUs 111 South 34th Street, P.O. Box 52181 Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 602-231-7500 FAX: 602-231-7505 Military/Helicopter Enterprise 111 South 34th Street Phoenix AZ 85034-2892 FAX: 602-231-3048 Intercontinental Jet, Inc. 3322 N. 74th E. Ave. Tulsa OK 74115 918-834-8888 FAX: 918-834-2897 J & E Aircraft Co. 1840 NW 93 Ave. Miami FL 33172 305-594-2251 Repair Station JZ4R302M FAX: 305-594-6674 Jet Air, Inc. RR 2 Box 117 Galesburg IL 61401 309-342-3134 FAX: 309-342-1078 Kansas City Aviation Center Johnson County Exec.Apt. P.O. Box 1850 Olathe KS 66061 913-782-0530 FAX: 913-782-6472 Kenosha Aero Inc. 9420 W. 52nd St. Kenosha WI 53144 414-658-2025 FAX: 1-414-658-0295 Keystone Helicopter Corp. 1420 Phoenixville Pike West Chester PA 19380 FAX: 610-644-7681 610-644-4430 Livingston Aviation 2814 Airport Blvd. Waterloo IA 50703 319-234-1783 FAX: 319-234-7763 Merex, Incorporated 1100 Business Center Circle - B Newbury Park CA usa 91320 805-446-2700 www.merexinc.com FAX: 805-446-2800 www.merexinc.com Metal Improvement Company 10 Forest Ave. Paramus NJ 07652 201-843-7800 Telex: 134489 FAX: 201-843-3460 Michigan Aviation Co. Bay 9 City Apt. Detroit MI 48213 313-526-4650 Midcoast-Little Rock, Inc. PO Box 1149 Adams Field-Little Rock Regional Airport, Little Rock AR 72203 501-372-5722 FAX: 501-372-7987 National Flight Services Inc. Toledo Express Apt. 10971 East Airport Service Rd. Swanton OH 43558 419-865-2311 FAX: 419-866-1807

EBTEC Corporation P.O. Box 465, 120 Shoemaker Lane Agawam MA 01001 FAX: 413-789-2851 413-786-0393 Elliott Aviation Quad City Airport P.O. Box 100 Moline IL 61266 309-799-3183 Toll Free: 800-447-6711 FAX: 309-799-9893 Flying Cloud Airport 13801 Pioneer Trail Eden Prairie MN 55347 FAX: 612-944-8614 612-944-1200 Eppley Air Field P.O. Box 19064 Omaha NE 68119 402-422-6789 FAX: 402-342-2172 International Airport P.O. Box 35250 Des Moines IA 50315 515-285-6551 Toll Free: 800-332-3511 FAX: 515-285-7251 GE Artex, Inc. - Carollton Affiliate - General Electric Company 1432 Wainwright Way Ste: 150 Carrollton TX 75007 FAA Repair Station #RL1R456K 972-242-6669 FAX: 972-242-6670 GE Engine Services - Dallas Affiliate - GE Engine Services 9311 Reeves St. Dallas TX 75235 214-956-5780 FAA Repair Station #RA1R445K FAX: 214-526-5423 Toll Free: 800-956-5002 GE Engine Services - Container Place Affiliate - GE Engine Services 199 Container Place Cincinnati OH 45216 FAX: 513-679-5698 513-679-5000 GE Engine Services - McAllen Component Repair LP Industrial Trade Zone, 6200 S. 42nd St. McAllen TX 78503 956-971-5200 FAX: 956-971-5300 GE Engine Services - Tri-Remanufacturing 3390 Locust St. Terre Haute IN 47803 812-234-5889 FAX: 812-234-5654 GE Engine Services - Glades Park 9200 Glades Dr. Hamilton OH 45011 513-679-5000 FAX: 513-679-5029 GE Engine Services - Symmes Rd. 3024 Symmes Rd. Hamilton OH 45015 513-679-5000 FAX: 513-679-5698 GE Engine Services, Inc. GE Aircraft Engines 1 Neumann Way, Mail Drop F103 Cincinnati OH 45215 FAX: 513-243-8002 513-243-8001 General Dynamics Land Systems 38500 Mound Road Sterling Heights MI 48310 FAX: 810-825-4013 810-825-4000 The General Electric Co. Pic. of England Tri-Remanufacturing Affiliate - GE Engine Services 3390 Locust St. Terre Haute IN 47803 812-234-5889 FAX: 812-234-5654

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GRAND PRAIRIE ACCESSORY SERVICE, LLC

1038 Santerre Drive Grand Prairie TX 75050 FAA Repair Station #GPYR474X www.gpaccessory.com Contact: Mike Walsh [email protected] Gulf Aviation Inc. P.O. Box 530819, 5001 Bodenhamer Avenue Harlingen TX 78553 956-423-7317 FAX: 956-423-7319 Gulfstream Aerospace Elise Street Westfield MA 01085 413-562-5866 FAX: 413-562-9421 Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. Travis Fld. POB 2206 Savannah GA 31402 912-965-3000 7301 NW 50th St. Bethany OK 73008 405-717-6500 FAX: 405-789-5995 7440 Aviation Pl. Dallas TX 75235 800-731-3101 Repair Station #VJ1R560K FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Outagamie Airport-301 Discovery Dr. Appleton WI 54915 FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Repair Station #QK2R1121 33 Elsie St. Westfield MA 01085 FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Spares Support 7440 Aviation Pl. Dallas TX 75235 800-731-3101 Repair Station #VJ1R560K FAX: 800-731-3101 972-641-4677 FAX: 972-660-5253

DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC.

Corporate Headquarters 900 Nolen Drive, Suite A Grapevine TX 76051 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 www.dallasairmotive.com Dallas Airmotive/Forest Park Facility 6114 Forest Park Road Dallas TX 75235 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 Dallas Airmotive/Millville Facility 101 Bogden Blvd. Millville NJ 08332 Contact: Hugh McElroy 214-956-3001 FAX: 214-956-2825 Contact: Paul Ford 214-956-3000 FAX: 214-956-3007 856-825-6000 FAX: 856-825-1791 Toll Free: 800-257-7077

NELL-JOY INDUSTRIES, INC.

8 Reith St., Box 246 Copiague NY 11726 www.nelljoy.com New Hampshire Helicopters Inc. Foss Lane P.O. Box 5000 Hampton NH 03842 FAX: 603-926-1037 Nor East Aviation Services Inc. 1475 Airport Road New Bedford MA 02746 Repair Station #NCLR674G PT Aero Service Inc. TF Green Apt. Hgr. 1 Warwick RI 02886 Parker Aerospace Gas Turbine Fuel Systems Division 9200 Tyler Blvd. Mentor OH 44060 101 Parker Dr., PO Box 1120 Andover OH 44003 Ext: 145 or 147 124 Columbia Street Clyde NY 14433 U.S. Overhaul & Exchange Facility 7777 N. Glen Harbor Blvd. Glendale AZ 85307 FAX: 623-872-8696 631-842-8989/8990 FAX: 631-842-8040 603-926-4949 508-996-1832 FAX: 508-991-3266 401-737-7788 440-954-8100 FAX: 440-954-8199 440-293-5756 FAX: 440-293-5756 315-923-2311 FAX: 315-923-9306 623-872-6160

S P E C I A L

Dallas Airmotive/Carpenter Freeway Facility 7611 Carpenter Freeway Dallas TX 75247 FAX: 214-353-2305 214-535-2300 Dallas Airmotive/Dallas Regional Turbine Center 7517 Lemmon Ave., Hangar L Dallas TX 75209 FAX: 214-3535-7063 214-353-7080 Dassault Falcon Jet Corp. Teterboro Airport, Box 2000 South Hackensack NJ 07606 201-440-6700 Toll Free: 800-526-7071 FAX: 201-541-4700 P.O.B 967, Adams Field Little Rock AR 72203 FAX: 501-372-5850 501-372-5254

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Penn Yan Aero Service Inc. Airport Penn Yan NY 14527 Division of PerkinElmer Fluid Sciences 15 Pioneer Avenue Warwick RI 02888 [email protected]

315-536-2333 FAX: 315-536-2335

PERKINELMER CENTURION MECHANICAL SEALS

401-781-4700 FAX: 401-785-4614

Sadler Aircraft Service Inc. Wallingford Rd. Danbury CT 06810 Sermatech International Inc. 155 S Limerick Rd. Limerick PA 19468 Telex: 64-8335

203-748-9922 610-948-5100 FAX: 610-948-0811

SIFCO TURBINE COMPONENT SERVICES

2430 Winnetka Ave. N. Minneapolis MN 55427-3568 FAX: 813-884-9299 763-544-3511 2430 No. Winnetka Ave. Minneapolis MN 55427 FAX: 612-544-2206 612-544-3511 Signature Flight Support Pal-Waukee Mcpl. Airport Wheeling IL 60090 Contact: Mike Gardner 847-537-1200 Toll Free: 800-323-7887 FAX: 847-541-2252 T W Smith Engine Company Inc. 4370 Erie Ave. Cincinnati OH 45227 513-871-3500 Smyrna Air Center Hangar 621, Smyrna Air Center, Smyrna TN 37167 FAA Repair Station #RG4R491M 615-459-3337 FAX: 615-459-5995 Yingling Aircraft Inc 2010 Airport Rd., PO Box 9248 Wichita KS 67209 Toll Free: 800-854-2647 316-943-3246 FAX: 316-943-2484

PERKINELMER FLUID SCIENCES

Division of PerkinElmer 11642 Old Baltimore Pike Beltsville MD 20705 [email protected] Toll Free: 800-691-4666 Contact: Peter Bennett e-mail: [email protected] 301-937-4010 FAX: 301-937-6928 www.perkinelmer.com

*PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA

REGIONAL SERVICE CENTERS South Burlington Facility 15 Eagle Drive South Burlington VT USA 05403-6037 FAX: 802-863-3752 802-658-2208 Atlanta Facility 710 Westlake Parkway Atlanta GA USA 30036 FAX: 404-349-7810 404-349-7848 Naperville Facility 2772 B Golfview Drive Naperville IL USA 60563 FAX: 630-416-8474 630-416-8466 Los Alamitos Facility 10641 Calle Lee, Suite 185 Los Alamitos CA USA 90720 FAX: 714-527-2996 714-527-2811 Orlando Facility 8440 Tradeport Drive - Ste: 105 Orlando FL USA 32827 FAX: 407-812-1404 407-438-2291 Calgary Facility 1351 Aviation Park N.E Calgary, Alberta Canada T2E 7E8 FAX: 403-275-6581 403-274-6545 Sorocaba Facility Rua Duilio Bonani, 100 Sorocaba, SP Brazil 18065-460

ENGINE & ENGINE PARTS - * ENGINE & ENGINE PARTS

AGC Inc. 106 Evansville Ave. Meriden CT 06450 203-317-2644 www.agcincorporated.com FAX: 203-317-2611 Contact: Dan Baillargeon [email protected] A & M Maintenance Services, Inc. 134 S.Claw Int'l Parkway, Suite 8 Bolingbrook IL 60490 630-759-8130 Contact: John J. Blaha, Jr. FAX: 630-759-0701 [email protected] AAI Corp - Advanced Programs (Formerly AAI All Technologies) AAR Aircraft Component Services-New York 747 Zeckendorf Blvd. Garden City NY 11530 www.aarcorp.com 516-222-9000 FAX: 516-357-2709 Contact: Kristian Norheim New York [email protected] AAR Aircraft Turbine Center 1100 N. Wood Dale Road Wood Dale IL 60191 FAX: 630-227-2419 630-227-2000 6033 W. Century Blvd. #402 Los Angeles CA 90045 100 Hartsfield Centre Parkway, #550 Atlanta GA 30354

Aircraft Rotable 3125 Cedar Rd. Yorktown Heights NY 10598 FAX: 914-242-5422 914-242-8700 Avmats, Inc. 18377 Edison Ave. Chesterfield MO 63005 Telex: 436024 636-532-2674 www.avmats.com FAX: 636-530-9044 AVTEAM Engine Repair Corp. 8130 NW 74th Ave. Medley FL 33166 305-885-8090 Toll Free: 1-800-424-7462 FAX: 305-885-1085 FAA REPAIR STATION #WG4R621M Banyan Air Service 1635 NW 51st Pl. Hgr. #31 Ft. Lauderdale FL 33309 Toll Free: 800-200-2031 954-491-3170 FAX: 954-771-0281 Aviation Parts Mart & Pilot Shop 1995 W. Commercial Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale FL 33309 954-493-8615 Banyan Propeller Shop 1575 W. Commercial Blvd. Annex II Ft. Lauderdale FL 33309 954-491-3170 Toll Free: 800-200-2031 FAX: 954-491-2006 Bizjet International Sales & Support, Inc. 3515 North Sheridan Tulsa OK 74115 918-832-7733 FAX: 918-832-8627 www.bizjet.com Contact: John Loerch [email protected] FAA #IY2R915K Bombardier Aerospace Business Aviation Services One Bradley Intl. Airport Windsor Locks CT 06096 Repair Station #SH5R197N 860-627-9491 Toll Free: 888-BAS1-BDL FAX: 860-292-7350

BUSINESS AEROTECH

964 Postal Rd. Allentown PA 18109 Contact: Dennis Iannotta 610-264-5490 FAX: 610-264-5999 Toll Free: 800-342-0024

55-15-223-10000 FAX: 55-15-223-2000

S P E C I A L

Addison Facility 16445 Addison Road - Ste: 100 Addison TX USA 75001 FAX: 972-735-8015 972-732-8601 Wichita Facility 1955 Midfield Road Wichita KS USA 67209 FAX: 316-945-8713 316-945-9763 Praxair Surface Technologies, Inc. 1234 Atlantic Street North Kansas City MO 64116 Toll Free: 800-444-2131 816-556-4600 www.praxairssurfacetechnologies.com FAX: 816-556-4615 [email protected] Contact: Keith Bennett Premier Turbines Sub. Sabreliner Corp. Pierre Laclede Ctr, Ste. 1500, 7733 Forsyth Blvd. St. Louis MO 63105 314-863-6880 Toll Free: 888-999-9754 FAX: 314-863-6887 Premier Turbines 101 Freedom Drive Independence KS 67301-0946 FAA #YNBR921L 620-331-8180 FAX: 620-331-6426 Premier Turbines 3551 Doniphan Drive Neosho MO 64850 FAA #NZUR892L 417-451-1810 FAX: 417-451-7245 Prior Aviation Service Inc. Buffalo Niagara Int'l Airport, 50 N Arpt Dr. Buffalo NY 14225 FAX: 716-633-1435 716-633-1000 Propulsion Technology Corp. 8050 N.W. 31st St. Miami FL 33122 305-592-1044 FAX: 305-477-7136 Pueblo Airmotive Inc. 2560 N. Huachuca Drive Tucson AZ 85745 FAX: 520-882-6338 520-882-5530 PO Box 36592 Tucson AZ 85740

[email protected] Cav-Air Inc. 2011 South Perimeter Road, Suite L Ft. Lauderdale FL 33309 954-491-4454 Telex: 51-4542 CAV-AIR-EXFTL FAX: 954-771-4692 Toll Free: 800-537-4454 Certified Engines Unlimited 4000 NW 145th Street Opa-Locka FL 33054 FAX: 305-681-8027 305-685-8331 Contact:Allen Weiss [email protected]

CHARLOTTE AIRCRAFT CORP.

7705 E. Harris Blvd. Charlotte NC 28227 Telex: 575151 SITA: CLTCHCR 704-537-0212 Contact: Jenks Caldwell, Jr. FAX: 704-537-7910 [email protected]ol.com 16641 Airport Rd. Maxton NC 28364 910-844-5775 Contact: Millard E. Hall FAX: 910-844-5705 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 25555 Charlotte NC 28229 Chrisbarry Aircraft Corp. 10902 Vanowen St. N Hollywood CA 91605 Contact: Carl Patenaude 818-985-9251 FAX: 818-762-7733 [email protected] Commerce Overseas Corp. 14312 Chambers Road Ste. A Tustin CA 92780 FAX: 714-444-3647 714-444-1200 Commuter Air Technology 14700 N. Airport Dr., Ste 206 Scottsdale AZ 85260 FAX: 480-998-1239 480-998-1235 www.commuterair.com contact: Jennifer Amundsen Contact Name: Jennifer Amunosen [email protected] Complete Turbine Service, LLC 3301 SW 13th Ave. Ft. Lauderdale FL 33315 www.completeturbine.com 954-764-2616 FAX: 954-764-2516 Contact: Konrad J. Walter [email protected] Cornerstone Air, Inc. 1906 Vander Horn Dr. Memphis TN 38134 Telex: 4994120 ITT 901-382-5808 Contact: Todd Few FAX: 901-377-7394

ACTION AIRCRAFT, L.P.

10570 Olympic Drive Dallas TX 75220 Contact: Mary Hiatt www.actionaircraft.com Aero Quality Sales 47 Harbor View Ave. Stamford CT 06902 Toll Free: 800-288-1954 SITA: BDRLRCR 214-351-1284 FAX: 214-351-1286 FAA CRS# A9UR626J [email protected] 800-288-1954 FAX: 203-351-8555

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AEROMAX INDUSTRIES, INC.

9546 Topanga Canyon Blvd. Chatsworth CA 91311 FAX: 818-886-2845 818-701-9500 www.aeromax.com Contact: Richard Berube

AEROPRODUCTS INC.

4325 Britley Lane Harrisburg NC 28075 Contact: Andrew Margonis Aerospace Aviation Inc. 4751 Taylors Ct. Marietta GA 30068 704-566-8350 FAX: 704-566-8370 770-594-2736 FAX: 770-594-1319

R & B AIRCRAFT SUPPLY INC.

6848 Farmdale Ave. N. Hollywood CA 91605 FAX: 818-765-2436 818-764-3910 Contact: Max Meredith Repair Station #ZW3R039M [email protected] www.rbaircraft.com Contact: Jack Rogers Reeder Flying Service, Inc. 644 Airport Loop Twin Falls ID 83301 208-733-5920 FAX: 208-734-9129 Rolls-Royce (Canada) Ltd. 9500 Cote De Liesse Lachine Quebec Canada H8TIA2 FAX: 514-636-8915 514-631-3541 Rolls-Royce Engine Services 7200 Earhart Rd. Oakland CA 94621 510-613-1000 Telex: 183706 HELI-DYNE CA. FAX: 510-635-2250 Toll Free: 800-622-2677 Sabreliner Corporation Pierre Laclede Center 7733 Forsyth Blvd. #1500 Saint Louis MO 63105-1821 Toll Free: 800-325-4663 314-863-6880 FAX: 314-863-6887

M A I N T E N A N C E

Aerotron AirPower Inc. 456 Aerotron Pkwy. La Grange GA 30240 Telex: 656377 706-812-1700 ARINC/SITA:LGBALXD FAX: 706-812-9666 www.aerotron.com [email protected] Contact: Michael E. Cannady

DALLAS AIRMOTIVE, INC.

Corporate Headquarters 900 Nolen Drive, Suite A Grapevine TX 76051 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 www.dallasairmotive.com Dallas Airmotive/Forest Park Facility 6114 Forest Park Road Dallas TX 75235 Toll Free: 800-527-5003 Dallas Airmotive/Millville Facility 101 Bogden Blvd. Millville NJ 08332 Contact: Hugh McElroy 214-956-3001 FAX: 214-956-2825 Contact: Paul Ford 214-956-3000 FAX: 214-956-3007 856-825-6000 FAX: 856-825-1791 Toll Free: 800-257-7077 214-535-2300 214-353-7080

AEROTURBINE, INC.

2323 NW 82nd Ave Miami FL 33122 www.aeroturbine.com 305-717-3403 FAX: 305-717-3568

AIR PARTS & SUPPLY CO.

305-235-5401 FAX: 305-235-8185 [email protected] www.apscomiami.com Air Power 4745 Highland Springs Rd Lakeport CA 95453 FAX: 707-263-8009 707-263-5376 Air Technology, Inc. 2884 South Horseshoe Dr. Naples FL 34104 Contact: Mike Turner 239-643-0011 FAX: 239-643-0940 www.airtechengines.com [email protected] Aircraft Industries, Inc. PO Drawer W Edwardsburg MI 49112 269-663-8544 Toll Free: 800-253-0800 FAX: 269-663-2579 12840 SW 84th Ave. Rd. Miami FL 33156 Contact: Sheri Murray

E N G I N E

Dallas Airmotive/Carpenter Freeway Facility 7611 Carpenter Freeway Dallas TX 75247 FAX: 214-353-2305 Dallas Airmotive/Dallas Regional Turbine Center 7517 Lemmon Ave., Hangar L Dallas TX 75209 FAX: 214-3535-7063

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Defense Trading Corporation 4910 Mass. Ave., N.W. Suite 327 Washington DC 20016 Delta TechOps 1775 Aviation Blvd. Atlanta GA 30320

202-363-2600 FAX: 202-363-2400

Octagon Aerospace, Inc. 511 Fifth St., Unit A San Fernando CA 91340 FAX: 818-898-2221 [email protected] Contact: Cory Svoboda

818-898-2200 www.octagonaero.com

United Technologies Corp. Hamilton Standard Division 200 Signature Way, M/S 530 East Granby CT 06026 FAX: 860-728-7979

860-728-7000

FAX: 404-714-3208 Toll Free: 866-676-3358 East Air Corp. 337 Second St. Hackensack NJ 07601 SITA: EWREZCR 201-487-6060 FAX: 201-487-5938 704-289-6565 FAX: 704-283-1206 701-258-5024 Contact: Paul Vetter

PRATT & WHITNEY CANADA

1000 Marie-Victorin Longvevil, Quebec Canada J4G1A1 www.pwc.ca COMPONENT SOLUTIONS Muskegon Facility 4905 Stariha Drive Muskegon MI USA 49441 450-468-7730 FAX: 450-468-7807 Contact: George Nader

EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY, INC.

4507 Highway #74-West Monroe NC 28110 Contact: L. Jester Jr. Executive Air Taxi Corp. 2301 University Drive Bismarck ND 58504 FAX: 701-258-2693 www.executive-air.com Falcon Aero Inc. 1943 NW 97th Ave. Miami FL 33172

305-593-5045 FAX: 305-593-6012 GMG Aviation Consultants Inc. 250 Central Ave. Suite A103 Lawrence NY 11559 FAX: 516-371-4539 516-371-4539 GE Engine Services - Dallas Affiliate - GE Engine Services 9311 Reeves St. Dallas TX 75235 214-956-5780 FAA Repair Station #RA1R445K FAX: 214-526-5423 Toll Free: 800-956-5002 GE Engine Services - Container Place Affiliate - GE Engine Services 199 Container Place Cincinnati OH 45216 FAX: 513-679-5698 513-679-5000 GE Engine Services - McAllen Component Repair LP Industrial Trade Zone, 6200 S. 42nd St. McAllen TX 78503 956-971-5200 FAX: 956-971-5300 GE Engine Services - Tri-Remanufacturing 3390 Locust St. Terre Haute IN 47803 812-234-5889 FAX: 812-234-5654 GE Engine Services - Glades Park 9200 Glades Dr. Hamilton OH 45011 513-679-5000 FAX: 513-679-5029 GE Engine Services - Symmes Rd. 3024 Symmes Rd. Hamilton OH 45015 513-679-5000 FAX: 513-679-5698 Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. Travis Fld. POB 2206 Savannah GA 31402 912-965-3000 7301 NW 50th St. Bethany OK 73008 405-717-6500 FAX: 405-789-5995 7440 Aviation Pl. Dallas TX 75235 800-731-3101 Repair Station #VJ1R560K FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Outagamie Airport-301 Discovery Dr. Appleton WI 54915 FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Repair Station #QK2R1121 33 Elsie St. Westfield MA 01085 FAX: 800-731-3101 Toll Free: 800-731-3100 (Parts Only) Spares Support 7440 Aviation Pl. Dallas TX 75235 800-731-3101 Repair Station #VJ1R560K FAX: 800-731-3101 Harry Hechter 2517 N Ontario St Burbank CA 91504 818-842-5169 FAX: 818-842-0237 Heico Aerospace 3000 Taft Street Hollywood FL USA 33021 heico.com 954-987-4000 FAX: 954-987-7585 Jet-Away Aviation Service Inc. 60 Keyland Court Bohemia NY 11716 631-567-2345 Telex: 271273 FAX: 631-567-2492 Mid-South Air Parts 2515 Alton Rd. Birmingham AL 35210 205-833-4095 Contact: Jimmy Reeves FAX: 205-833-4565 Mitchell Aircraft 116 Alexander Ct Cary IL 60013 847-516-3773 [email protected] FAX: 847-516-3999 Monticello Aviation Inc. PO Box 168 Monticello IA 52310 319-465-5488 Contact: Paul FAX: 319-465-5489 More Company, Inc. P.O. Box 1059, 1132 Airport Rd.,Suite B Minden NV 89423 775-782-3346 www.morecompany.net FAX: 775-782-3349 North American Turbines, Inc. 4705 NW 133 St. Opa Locka FL 33054 305-688-1211 FAX: 305-688-1992 PO Box 460 Stroud OK 74079 Toll Free: 918-968-9561 Telex: 918-968-9564 516-599-7200

Toll Free: 866-247-7278 Franklin Lakes Facility 568 Commerce Street Franklin Lakes NJ USA 07417 FAX: 231-798-0150 866-247-7278 Prime Turbines Inc. 630 Barnstable Rd. Hyannis MA 02601 508-771-4744 FAX: 508-790-0038 Professional Aviation Associates Inc. 4694 Aviation Pkwy., Ste K Atlanta GA 30349 Toll Free: 800-283-2105 404-767-0282 FAX: 404-767-1467 www.banner.com/paa.htm

4401 Donald Douglas Drive Long Beach CA 90808 FAX: 213-420-2382 213-420-1381 World Headquarters Otis Elevator Co. 10 Farm Springs Farmington CT 06032 860-676-6000 FAX: 860-676-6971 Worthington Aviation 3225 Neil Armstrong Blvd. Ste. 100 Eagan MN 55121 www.worthingtonav.com 651-994-1600 FAX: 651-393-3310 [email protected]

ADVERTISERS' INDEX

ABDonline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Dallas Airmotive, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Front Cover Northstar Aerospace - Turbine Engine Service Group . . . . . . . . .21 JSSI (Jet Support Services, Inc.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Lufthansa A.E.R.O. Gmbh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Pratt & Whitney Canada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Cover Pratt & Whitney Tool Support Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 SIFCO Turbine Group . . . . . . . . .19 Standard Aero . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5

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R & B AIRCRAFT SUPPLY INC.

6848 Farmdale Ave. N. Hollywood CA 91605 FAX: 818-765-2436 818-764-3910 Contact: Max Meredith

Repair Station #ZW3R039M [email protected] www.rbaircraft.com Contact: Jack Rogers Retan Aerospace, Inc. 756 Port America Place, Suite 810 Grapevine TX 76051 www.retanaeropace.com 817-442-4849 FAX: 817-442-5872

SIFCO TURBINE COMPONENT SERVICES

2430 Winnetka Ave. N. Minneapolis MN 55427-3568 FAX: 813-884-9299 2430 No. Winnetka Ave. Minneapolis MN 55427 FAX: 612-544-2206 T W Smith Engine Company Inc. 4370 Erie Ave. Cincinnati OH 45227 Solair Inc. Division of Kellstrom Industries 3701 South Flamingo Rd. Miramar FL 33027 FAX: 954-523-6505 SITA: FLLSLCR 763-544-3511 612-544-3511 513-871-3500

954-523-9999

STANDARD AERO

33 Allen Dyne Rd Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada R3X 1P6 204-775-9711 Contact: Richard Price FAX: 204-783-2878 [email protected] www.standardaero.com Standard Aero (Alliance) Inc. 1029 Ross Drive Maryville TN 37801 865-983-2992 FAX: 865-983-2092 [email protected] FAA# AE0R215N Business Aviation & Helicopters Suite1 29034 216th Ave SE Black Diamond WA 98010 [email protected] 360-886-1906 FAX: 360-886-1928 Large Fleet and Airlines - Sales & Service 525 Commerce St Southlake TX 76092 817-251-3579 FAX: 817-251-4837

M A I N T E N A N C E

STANDARD AERO

145 Duncan Drive, Suite 100 San Antonio TX 78226 www.standardaero.com 210-334-6191 FAX: 210-334-6188 Transupport, Inc. 53 Turbine Way Merrimack NH 03054 603-424-3111 Contact: Harold Foote FAX: 603-424-1888 [email protected] www.transupport.com

U.S. AIRMOTIVE, INC.

5439 NW 36 St. Miami Springs FL 33166 FAX: 305-885-9537 www.usairmotive.com Unipak Aviation Corporation 2049 Ninth Ave. Ronkonkoma NY 11779 www.unipakaviation.net United Aerodynamics Corp. 9800 Premier Pkwy. Miramar FL 33025 FAA Repair Station #KH4R310M 4665 Paris St. Suite 150 Denver CO 80239 FAA Repair Station #KN4D310M 305-885-4991 [email protected] 631-471-9801 FAX: 631-471-9809 305-594-0400 FAX: 305-594-0681

S P E C I A L

NORTHSTAR AEROSPACE

Nu-Air Sales Corp. 47 Harriet Pl POB 771 Lynbrook NY 11563

303-375-1111 FAX: 303-375-0066 United Technologies P&WC Aircraft Service Incorporated 15 Eagle Dr., Burlington Int'l Airport South Burlington VT 05403 802-658-2208 Telex: 954632 FAX: 802-863-3752 Toll Free: 800-268-8000

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