Rusada are pleased to announce that the two remaining Beechcraft Service centres in North America have now gone live exactly to plan.
Both Houston and Delaware went live on the 1st of August in line with the plan agreed in January of this year and is a testament to the dedication of the joint project team of Rusada and Beechcraft. As has been previously reported, the Beechcraft project team managed the majority of the work necessary to bring the sites on line after being guided in the process by Rusada consultants. This has afforded Beechcraft a substantial saving on project implementation costs compared to other projects.
Rusada would like to thank the Beechcraft team for their time and dedication to making the project such a success and we look forward to continuing the working relationship in the years to come.
Houston and Delaware illustrate the length of service that the Beechcraft organisation have been providing in house dedicated customer support for their products, Houston being the first centre and Delaware being the most recent centre to open up. Whilst Rusada can only claim heritage back to 1987, like Beechcraft, we pride ourselves on delivering on time and within budget and maximising the skills learnt in the industry over the intervening decades.
In 1962, Olive Ann Beech established the very first Beechcraft dedicated service center in Houston, Texas, at Hobby Airport. Today, Hawker Beechcraft Services (HBS) in Houston (KHOU) is an FAA-certified, full-service center specializing in Hawker and Beechcraft airframe and power plant service, avionics installations, modifications and repair, quick-turn maintenance and custom interior modifications.
The Delaware facility is located at New Castle County Airport and is a full-service MRO offering airframe, avionics, engine and AOG support. This new company-owned facility provides the world-class customer service and support expected from one of the largest service center networks.