Tue, Jul 07, 2009
Dealers Added In The Caribbean and Africa
WACO Classic Aircraft Corporation of Battle Creek, Michigan, has
partnered with Propel Aviation Sales, LLC, serving the east coast
of the United States, Central and South America and Tropical
Aviation Distributors/Africair, Inc. to serve the Caribbean, and
the continent of Africa respectively.
Propel Aviation Sales, LLC, founded in 2006, offers aircraft
sales and acquisition services as well as outstanding and
professional customer support to aircraft owners. They will
be representing WACO Classic in the eastern part of the United
States, and are committed to continued prompt and efficient service
to customers. Tropical Aviation Distributors (TAD) has served
the needs of aircraft owners and operators in the Caribbean and
South America since its inception in 1984. Africair has served the
African aviation community since 1968.
The addition of these exceptional companies to our current
noteworthy partners, USAERO in the Western United States and Soko
Aviation in Europe establishes nearly global representation
for WACO Classic Aircraft.
Classic Aircraft Corporation began manufacturing the Waco
Classic aircraft in 1983 ... a fifty-year-old design manufactured
new but under the original FAA type certificate.
Classic hired experienced engineering talent from Piper,
Taylorcraft and Ford. While maintaining the sanctity of WACO's
design, this team of proven professionals modernized the aircraft
with over 300 engineering changes, redrew over 1400 drawings, and
built new tooling for production.
The first WACO YMF Classic rolled off the assembly line and
received FAA certification under the original WACO type certificate
in March of 1986.
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