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San Antonio facility is right at the cutting edge
Though it will be holding off grand opening celebrations until later, Cutter Aviation is delighted with its complex at San Antonio, which includes 38,000 sq ft of hangar and office space with a lobby and conference room.
There's nothing like a shiny new facility to boost morale.

Cutter Aviation has opened a new facility at San Antonio International airport. Having started out onsite 22 years ago, Cutter outgrew its old facility, and, recognising the need to expand, negotiations with the airport commenced. The result, which makes use of an unused area of the airfield is a seven hangar complex for Cutter and other tenants. The development will host the company's maintenance and aircraft sales departments.

“Our company has dramatically increased its presence at the airport with the addition of over 38,000 sq ft of hangar and office space with a comfortable lobby and executive conference room. Our new facility at San Antonio is a great enhancement to our 92-year legacy, and we are thankful for the opportunity to share it with customers, colleagues and friends,” says Will Cutter, president.

Cutter's San Antonio location is a factory authorised service centre for TBM, Piper, HondaJet, Cirrus and Beechcraft products and will become an authorised service centre for Pilatus in the near future.

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