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Intercontinental pleased to be authorised by Raisbeck
Intercontinental Jet Service is a repair facility based at Tulsa International, where it provides inspections, repairs, overhauls and avionic upgrades. Linking with Raisbeck enables it to access the King Air market.
It's a bright new dawn at Tulsa International airport.

Raisbeck Engineering has added Intercontinental Jet Service Corp. (IJSC) to its global network of authorised dealers. With this appointment, IJSC brings its range of MRO services and expertise to the Beechcraft King Air market for which Raisbeck offers time-proven performance, safety and comfort enhancement systems.

Intercontinental Jet Service is an FAA Part 145 repair facility based in Oklahoma at Tulsa International airport, where it provides major inspections, heavy structural repairs, propeller overhauls and avionic upgrades for many aircraft makes and models including Mitsubishi, Cessna and Piaggio. IJSC is one of the largest Honeywell authorised TPE331 engine major service centres and has been a factory owned and authorised Mitsubishi service centre since 2016.

“We're excited to be working with the team at Intercontinental Jet Service and view this new partnership as a win-win situation,” says Hal Chrisman, president of Raisbeck Engineering. “Intercontinental Jet Service has the expertise and facilities necessary to provide the high-quality sales, installation and maintenance services we expect of our authorised dealers. In turn, Raisbeck is able to expand its presence in the markets IJSC already serves.”

Mark James, president of Intercontinental Jet Service, adds: “Becoming a Raisbeck authorised dealer enables us to meet the demands of discerning King Air operators looking to improve the efficiency of their aircraft. This agreement represents another significant step in our 30-plus year history of expanding our support of the turboprop market.”

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