Textron‘s aviation business plans to open a service center in Paris that will provide maintenance and modification services for the company’s European clients.
The service center at Paris-Le Bourget Airport will house more than 156,000 square feet of customer, office and maintenance space, Textron said Friday.
“Our global service network remains a key factor when Beechcraft, Cessna and Hawker customers select us as their business aviation partner, and we continue to focus resources in the network to keep this commitment strong,” said Brad Thress, Textron’s senior vice president of customer service.
“Our original Paris facility has been our European flagship for some time, and the new, expanded space at Europe’s busiest business aviation airport will allow us to more quickly meet the service requirements of our customers coming in from across the region.”
Textron Aviation is set to begin operations at the new facility in November.
The new service center will offer mobile services and field support will be available through Citation’s AOG Go Teams, HomeService and Temporary Personnel Support.