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CONSTANT AVIATION ADDS SALES


SUPPORT IN SOUTHEAST Constant Aviation, offering full-service maintenance, repair, and overhaul with a nationwide network, announces the addition of Mark Campbell as the second sales manager in the Southeast territory of its regional sales force. Campbell’s focus will be the Bombardier, Cessna and Falcon aircraft in the Southeast region. Jay Rizzo, vice president of Business Development and


Sales, says, “As Constant Aviation continues to expand our national presence, we wanted to ensure a strong presence in the Southeast to focus on our customers. Specifically, the addition of Mark will help advance our growth on the East Coast, close to our new facility in Orlando. The decision to expand our regional sales force ensures our customers continue to receive the world-class service they have come to know and expect. Constant supports six OEM model types, and it’s important that we have industry experts with technical knowledge on those platforms.” Campbell’s twenty-six-year aviation career includes time as a helicopter mechanic in the Marine Corp, followed by a number of years with Cessna Aircraft Company’s Greensboro Citation Service Center. During his time with Cessna, he held numerous roles as an A&P technician, customer service representative, and most notably, as a territory sales manager for more than a decade. During his tenure at Cessna, Campbell obtained Six Sigma Greenbelt Certification. Recently, he was Dallas Airmotive’s regional engine manager in the Southeast portion of the U.S.


HARTZELL SPECIALLY DESIGNED 5-BLADE PROP


FOR PC-12 PASSES 200 MILESTONE Hartzell Propeller announces it has delivered more than 50 new Top Prop five-blade, composite, swept-tip props for the Pilatus PC-12 fleet since introduction 18 months ago. In addition, Hartzell has delivered more than 160 of the new propellers to Pilatus for new PC-12NG aircraft over that time period, bringing to more than 200 the total PC- 12s flying with Hartzell’s new five-blade propellers. New Pilatus PC-12NG aircraft feature the specially designed five-blade, 105-inch diameter, composite propeller as standard equipment. The propellers are available under Hartzell Top Prop program for the Pilatus PC-12 fleet, which totals more than 1,400 business aircraft. Hartzell will have technical experts on hand to discuss


the propeller at the upcoming Pilatus Owners and Pilots Association (POPA) Annual Convention, June 8-10, in Coeur d’Alene, ID, at The Coeur’ d’Alene Golf and Spa Resort. The new, structural composite, five-blade propeller is lighter than alternative wood core, five-blade propellers and seven pounds lighter than a four-blade aluminum propeller.


S.E.A.L Aviation 1011 N.W. 51ST. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33309 www.SEALaviation.com | 954-492-3522 | Sales@SEALaviation.com


FUEL LEAK


We also offer:


Non-Destructive Testing and Structural Repair support 24/7 any where in the world


A rapid response team ready to deploy to your location for your AOG maintenance and emergencies


FAA and EASA Certified Repair Station 9JBR401B


STOPS THE AIRCRAFT


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At Seal Aviation we repair fuel leaks the first time, everytime! That’s why we offer a 181 Day Warranty on all of our leak repair work.


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