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Textron hub will enhance record keeping
Textron operators will more easily be able to track their maintenance history once the OEM's new data hub is up and running. It has been opened up to tracking providers, from whom customers can make their own choice.

Textron Aviation is to launch a new aircraft maintenance data hub for owners and operators of Beechcraft, Cessna and Hawker aircraft that will be available in summer 2019. It will offer a more comprehensive record of all aircraft maintenance performed on Textron products by working with multiple industry tracking system providers.

“It's important to our customers that they have a clear understanding and record of work done on their aircraft,” says senior vice president, global customer support Kriya Shortt. “This new data hub will offer customers more choices in their tracking system and a comprehensive picture of maintenance records across all their Textron Aviation products.”

The company has named CAMP, Flightdocs, SierraTrax and Traxxall as recommended providers of aircraft maintenance tracking for the new hub. While previously exclusive to CAMP, customers now have the flexibility to select the recommended provider that best fits their needs.

The data hub will be a new feature in the customer portal. Customers will benefit from receiving a one year free subscription from their choice of recommended provider for new and pre-owned aircraft purchased from Textron Aviation.

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