Textron expands its new aircraft sales and service network in Mexico

Textron expands its new aircraft sales and service network in Mexico

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Textron Aviation Inc. announced is strengthening its presence in Mexico by expanding channel partner Aerolineas Ejecutivas’ role to include new aircraft sales and service for its full jet and turboprop portfolio.

Aerolineas Ejecutivas is among the most established and largest business aviation companies in Mexico and has a long relationship with Textron Aviation’s Hawker, Beechcraft and Cessna brands. Aerolineas Ejecutivas started in 1968 as an air taxi operator and has since grown into a leader in business aviation, operating from multiple facilities throughout Mexico and specializing in new and pre-owned aircraft sales, fractional programs, aircraft administration, FBO services and maintenance operations.

Currently an authorized service facility (ASF) for Beechcraft and Hawker jet and turboprop aircraft, Aerolineas Ejecutivas’ track record of strong customer focus has helped pave the way for its upcoming additional appointment as an ASF for Citation jet aircraft, expected to be completed by the end of the year.

“With the industry’s widest range of business aviation and special mission products, Textron Aviation has a great opportunity to meet Mexico’s growing air transportation needs. We’re confident that Aerolineas Ejecutivas possesses the right skillset to help us both grow and support the fleet there,” said Lannie O’Bannion, vice president, Sales, Latin America and Caribbean in a press release. “With decades of experience representing Textron Aviation, we are confident in Aerolineas Ejecutivas’ capabilities to serve the region through their professionalism, expertise and strong customer focus.”


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