Mon, Nov 22, 2010
Company Says It Knows The Aircraft Well Through Float
Wipaire announced Thursday that they have been selected as the
first factory approved service center for the Quest KODIAK. Wipaire
has a long tradition of providing quality services to turbo prop
powered aircraft and is well equipped to provide the highest
quality of service to KODIAK owners and operators.
"We are pleased to have been chosen by Quest Aircraft as an
approved service center for their KODIAK 100," stated Jason
Erickson, Wipaire Director of Maintenance. "In Wipaire tradition,
we will provide KODIAK owners with the highest standards of
service, quality and safety."
Wipaire has vast experience with the Quest KODIAK, achieved
through the certification program of the aircraft on Wipline 7000
Floats. In addition, the Wipaire engineering group is currently
working on additional performance and convenience modifications.
"We know how important quality service is to maintain an aircraft
properly and how important excellence in providing that service is
to customer satisfaction," said Keith Anderson, Quest Director of
Customer Service. "We are pleased that KODIAK owners will have
access to a proven provider like Wipaire."
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