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Textron launches its Peace of Mind programme

Posted 5 August 2016 · Add Comment

Textron has launched its Peace of Mind programme, which is designed to create a simpler transition to new Cessna Caravan and Beechcraft King Air turboprops.

Peace of Mind provides up to two years or 400 hours of Textron Aviation’s industry leading ProParts and ProTech programmes, as well as Pratt & Whitney’s ESPecially engine maintenance programme, all free of charge for new King Air and Caravan turboprop purchases from July 25, 2016, through September 30, 2016, with delivery by the end of the year.

“We are always looking at how we can make stepping into turbine ownership easier, and the Peace of Mind incentive eliminates any uncertainty around maintenance costs by providing comprehensive maintenance protection through industry leading programmes,” said Kriya Shortt, senior vice president, sales and marketing. “And, customers who choose to combine Peace of Mind with our ProOwnership programme can also receive assistance with other ownership intricacies, including mentoring services, pilot services, insurance, taxes and more. No other manufacturer can offer such a comprehensive solutions package for customers looking to make the transition to a new aircraft.”

 

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