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Tamarack expands winglet support network
Comprising of 19 organisations from around the world, Tamarack Aerospace Group's network now includes three more US-based authorised maintenance operations.
Jacob Klinginsmith is pleased to add three more US companies to the growing partnership team.

Tamarack Aerospace Group has extended its network of authorised dealers and service centre partners to include Banyan Air Services of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Rose Aircraft Services of Mena, Arkansas; and RBR Aviation of Dallas, Texas.

The MRO centres will offer sales and installation of the Tamarack Active Winglet System for the Citation Jet 525, 525A and 525B series in all eight variants.

“The Citation Jet market is an important segment of our business,” says Rose Aircraft Services CEO Keith Rose. “We are seeing a growing number of customers who are interested in refurbishing and upgrading their aircraft with interior remodelling, fresh paintwork and mechanical enhancements. Tamarack Active Winglets add an innovative, affordable performance and aesthetic advantage, and we are very pleased to offer them for our CJ customers.”

Banyan Air vice president of technical sales Paul Rose adds: “Banyan has been watching the Tamarack product development for some time now. When our customers began inquiring about this active winglet system, we decided to do our due diligence. In addition to meeting with the Tamarack team multiple times, we also listened to the CJ customers who are operating this system. The performance improvements that they gained from installing the Tamarack Active Winglet system were impressive.”

All three companies offer aircraft maintenance, modification services and more for business and personal jets; convenient and cost-effective full aircraft upgrade options. Tamarack president Jacob Klinginsmith concludes: “They share Tamarack's commitment to providing a first-class customer experience in every aspect of their business. We are very pleased to have them on our growing partnership team.”

The network of Tamarack authorised dealers and service centre partners now includes 19 organisations located around the world.

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