It was another busy week at ASG last week with three King Air aircraft and an ATR all in for a variety of maintenance work. A King Air 250 sold by our aircraft sales colleagues required ASG to facilitate the re-registration to N-Reg and co-ordinated the departure to Texas.
A second King Air 90 arrived to start a significant package of maintenance work which ASG will conduct over the coming weeks. The third King Air B350 is a longstanding customer for which ASG has a contract to provide maintenance, AOG assistance on this one keep our engineers busy.
A Channel Islands airline who ASG also support under contract, brought their ATR 72 in for fuel nozzle change.
Adam Lunn, ASG’s Service Manager said: “It is pleasing to see that we have the capacity and capability to continue to attract and provide support to larger aircraft at ASG – all whilst we perform routine maintenance on over 10 other privately owned Cirrus and other GA aircraft.”