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Mid-Continent authorised to repair Axnes intercoms
Mid-Continent expects to provide service and support for Axnes customers by October 2021. Installed in more than 1,800 aircraft worldwide, Axnes wireless intercom solutions perform well in extreme weather conditions.

Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics has been named an authorised repair station for Axnes PNG wireless intercom products in the United States. Mid-Continent expects to provide service and support capabilities for Axnes customers by October 2021. This will include warranty and non-warranty repair and exchange services, technical support, installation and configuration assistance, product training, troubleshooting, diagnostics and AOG services for the complete Axnes PNG product line.

“We are excited and proud to establish a new support partnership with Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics,” says Markus Schmitz, Axnes MD in North America. “Our new relationship with Mid-Continent, an iconic industry leader and expert in avionics service and support, will immensely benefit our existing, and rapidly growing, customer family.”

Installed in more than 1,800 aircraft worldwide, Axnes wireless intercom solutions are known for their exceptional performance in extreme conditions. They are durable and designed for aircraft, ground vehicles and maritime platforms in both the civilian and military markets.

“Our Van Nuys, California facility is the centre of our Axnes PNG product service and support,” says Matthew Harrah, senior VP of technology and products for Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics. “Our team operates one of the largest overhaul and exchange programmes in the world and is proud to serve Axnes and its customers across the US. Our support capabilities for Axnes will be fully on-line and operational this autumn.”

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