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Jet East opens two satellite avionics locations
The Trenton, NJ and Dallas, TX locations both offer hangar space and are fully equipped with mobile vehicles capable of assisting customers at their home base or at any FBO in the surrounding area.
The two sites feature dedicated avionics technicians who are well-trained in all aspects of inspections, discrepancies and installations.
Read this story in our April 2023 printed issue.

US aviation maintenance company Jet East is to support customers through increased avionics capabilities with satellite locations at Trenton-Mercer airport in New Jersey and Dallas Love Field in Texas. This new programme provides customers with access to high-quality and on demand avionics solutions.

The two satellites will focus on supporting customers in their regions by providing avionics services. Both locations have hangar space available and offer the added advantage of being fully equipped with mobile vehicles capable of assisting customers at their home base or at any FBO in the surrounding area. Each site features a dedicated avionics team of technicians who are well-trained in all aspects of inspections, discrepancies and installations; this includes avionics system troubleshooting, component replacement, and RVSM, 91.411 and 91.413 inspections.

In Trenton, Larry Foster will oversee the satellite location while Jeff Turner will lead the effort in Dallas. Combined, this expert leadership team brings more than 55 years of experience to the table. The company will introduce additional satellite locations, using Trenton and Dallas as the model, in coming years. The future locations will be tied to the company's existing locations across the US, which will provide customers easy access to avionics and maintenance solutions from coast to coast.

“As aircraft avionics become increasingly more advanced, it is imperative that we provide the high-level expertise that our customers expect,” says senior director of avionics sales and business development Dwayne Chandler. “Larry and Jeff bring extensive experience and knowledge of avionics to the company, and we are fortunate to have them guide these new satellite locations.”

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