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Issued by Constant Aviation.

October 16, 2019

Constant Aviation AOG mobile technicians ready in Las Vegas for increased NBAA-BACE traffic

Constant Aviation's AOG mobile response team is ready to service, troubleshoot and repair planes flying into Las Vegas for NBAA-BACE 2019. With a team of mobile technicians based in the region, several others located within a four-hour drive and a dedicated Las Vegas service centre, the MRO is uniquely positioned to take on the increased workload expected during the show, which takes place October 22 to 24, 2019.

“There are nearly 100 exhibitor aircraft at the NBAA-BACE static display alone,” says Constant Aviation vice president of mobile maintenance Paul Witt. “When you add all the other planes bringing attendees into Henderson, McCarran and North Las Vegas, there's going to be a strain on existing service infrastructure. That's why we're dedicating more resources to the region in the days ahead. Your priorities at NBAA-BACE should be learning, networking and doing business, not worrying about getting your plane back in the air. Let us take on that responsibility with a quick call to our 24/7/365 AOG hotline.”

Anyone experiencing an AOG event before, during or after NBAA-BACE 2019 can consult with a Constant Aviation dispatcher or mobile technician by telephone or email. Anyone on the show floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center can stop by the Constant Aviation booth (#C10617) in the Central Hall.

Constant Aviation's AOG mobile response network includes dedicated maintenance, avionics and structural technicians. Service trucks can be dispatched anywhere in the country to support customer needs, and these trucks are strategically stationed in 23 cities throughout the nation to provide a short travel time to any location. A live map of each mobile technician can be viewed on the Constant Aviation website. In 2019, Constant Aviation's AOG network has assisted with more than 4,000 events and the team is ready and able to support operators' unscheduled needs.