Cutter Aviation, PHX (KPHX) and Cutter Aviation, ABQ (KABQ) Appointed as Authorized Service Centers for KingAir Aircraft, among others
While Beechcraft has been in the process of reorganization for the past several months, it seems they’ve been preparing for their emergence as a standalone company by appointing new Authorized Service Centers (ASCs) for Beechcraft aircraft. Among the appointments received was Cutter Aviation, both the Phoenix, Arizona (KPHX) and Albuquerque, New Mexico (KABQ) locations, a long-time provider of Beechcraft dealer and maintenance services.
Cutter Aviation in Albuquerque was originally appointed a Beechcraft dealer and service center in 1946, with Beechcraft appointing Cutter Aviation’s Phoenix location later in the 1950s, making Cutter Aviation the oldest ASC for Beechcraft. The team at cutter boasts nearly 50 factory-trained aircraft, power plant, and avionics technicians with over 600 years of cumulative Beechcraft expertise and over 91,500 sq ft of facilities dedicated to providing the preeminent level of customer service for which Beechcraft is known. The company is also a dealer and factory-authorized service facility for GARMIN, Collins Avionics, Honeywell Avionics, Pratt & Whitney, Williams International, Raisbeck Engineering, and Blackhawk Modifications, which allows for a full range of aircraft maintenance services for new model year aircraft as well as older generation aircraft. Authorizations given by Beechcraft included the Baron, Bonanza, and KingAir lines.
Will Cutter, President of Cutter Aviation noted, “The entire team at Cutter Aviation is thrilled to once again be the Authorized Service Center at our Phoenix location for Hawker Beechcraft. Generations of Cutter family and team members have taken care of generations of Beech aircraft owners and operators at our Phoenix location, and it is fitting that, as Hawker Beechcraft embarks upon their new and restructured operation, their newest Authorized Service Center appointment is also their longest-standing partner.” Cutter further said, “My grandfather signed our first Beech service center agreement with Walter Beech in 1946, and I’m honored to be able to continue that legacy and partnership with the newly reorganized Hawker Beechcraft.”
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