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Textron re-appoints Gama
Textron Aviation has re-appointed Gama Aviation as an authorised service facility (ASF) for Beechcraft aircraft, covering the King Air range and Baron and Bonanza piston series, at its base in Farnborough.
Read this story in our August 2015 printed issue.

Textron Aviation has re-appointed Gama Aviation as an authorised service facility (ASF) for Beechcraft aircraft, covering the King Air range and Baron and Bonanza piston series, at its base in Farnborough.

Md of European engineering at Gama Clive Prentice says: “We have a huge amount of experience operating Beechcraft aircraft. We began operations in 1983 by providing charters with a single Baron. We are delighted that over 30 years later we have been able to build on that expertise by becoming a Textron Aviation ASF.

“The King Air is one of the greatest business aircraft ever produced and we look forward to welcoming owners to our ASC in Farnborough.”

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