Hawker Beechcraft Introduces Global Experience Team, Launches Mobile Support Vehicles

Hawker Beechcraft Global Customer Support announces it is augmenting its existing service and support resources with the addition of new dedicated air and ground mobile support vehicles. In addition, the company is leveraging its team of expert technicians, field support and management personnel to form a Global Experience Team (GET) that is focused on enhancing Hawker Beechcraft customers’ ownership and operating experience. The GCS organization recently unveiled the initiative at a reception for pilots and maintenance personnel during Super Bowl XLV at Dallas Love Field.

“Throughout the year, we will be introducing a number of GET professionals, who are empowered with the authority and tools to get the job done,” says Christi Tannahill, HBC vice president, Global Customer Support. “Our new GET mobile response vehicles are custom designed to enhance the portfolio of support options that have been tailored to fit the needs of Hawker Beechcraft owners and operators.”

The ground support vehicles are capable of performing AOG support and unscheduled maintenance with the ability to remove aircraft engines as large as those found on the Hawker 4000, while the GET support aircraft can be dispatched at a moment’s notice for AOG situations. Initially, the vehicles will be deployed to supplement HBC’s existing mobile support units operating throughout the United States. The company will be expanding this service in other regions of the world as its international presence continues to grow.

The GET initiative will incorporate all areas of the Global Customer Support network, including Hawker Beechcraft Services (HBS), SupportPLUS cost predictability programs, Technical Support, and Hawker Beechcraft Parts & Distribution.

For more information visit www.hawkerbeechcraft.com.

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