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Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics relocates US west coast facility
Effective 15 May, 2023 customers shipping units to Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics’ West Coast facility must use a different address; the company has relocated to Chatsworth from nearby Van Nuys.

Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics is relocating its current Van Nuys, California location to a new facility, less than 10 miles west, in Chatsworth, California and promises no interruption to customers.

“We're keeping things simple for our customers. We're the same great team, providing the same excellent customer support,” says director of the western region Bryan Miner. “We're even keeping the same phone number. We'll just have a new address at a new and improved facility. It's exciting.”

The California facility was established in 1991 to expand the company's service capabilities and international reach. The west coast location provides extended hours to customers in later US time zones and around the globe. It offers new product sales and first-class repair services for instruments, avionics, electrical power systems and accessories. The facility is FAA and EASA-certified, provides quick turns and dedicated, one-on-one technical support. Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics has a second location, its headquarters, located in Wichita, Kansas.

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