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TMx Aero new capabilities - Falcon 50 and Hawker 800 added

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

TMx Aero, a Part 145 Repair Station with FAA, EASA and Transport Canada certifications, is pleased to announce the added capabilities of the Dassault Falcon 50 and Hawker 800 to their capability list.

The Dassault Falcon 50 became the Falcon family’s first transoceanic aircraft in 1979 and has over 300 still in service today. The Hawker 800 was born in 1993, from a convergence of BAE and Raytheon with more than 400 Hawker 800’s flying today.

“Today we are able to service customers flying these two aircraft types, adding them to our ever-growing capabilities list,” CEO, Travis Stein explains. “Our team enjoys working with multiple aircraft types and problem solving. We have a robust rotables department allowing us to expedite AOG issues as well as regularly scheduled maintenance, keeping aircraft in the air while also keeping within the client’s budget. Our speed of service and direct, extensive knowledge is really what sets us apart.”

TMx Aero also recently announced the update of its new brand and website, TMxAero.com. The site boasts a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation, updated with the latest information about aircraft services and capabilities. Another new feature is the “Certificates” page where all certification documents can be quickly downloaded direct to your computer, on demand. 

“We couldn’t be more excited to share our new look with the redesign of not only our website but also our brand,” said Stein. “This new look and feel is a direct reflection of our growth as an organization, especially during these last few months. We are definitely looking into the future.”



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