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Winner Aviation Expands Hangar Capacity

Purchases Adjacent Hangar To Facilitate Increased MRO Working Capacity And Aircraft Storage

Winner Aviation has purchased a recently-constructed neighboring hangar at Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport. The 14,500 square foot building provides Winner an additional 12,000 square feet of hangar space and 2,500 square feet of office space.

Don Taylor, Winner Aviation's General Manager and VP / Operations says the additional hangar space is needed for their growing operation. "Before the purchase of this hangar, Winner had approximately 70,000 square feet of hangar and office space, but with the growth we're experiencing in our MRO, Charter and Aircraft Management business, this will provide our customers the necessary space to safely store their aircraft along with our Part 135 Charter aircraft."

The full service FBO operates a Charter Department, Aircraft Management, and Maintenance Repair Organization at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport in Vienna, Ohio. The facility is made up of jet, turbine, and piston service centers along with an avionics repair and installation shop, an engine repair and overhaul shop, and a full service parts department.

Winner has Factory Authorized Service Center status with Twin Commander Aircraft, Mitsubishi MU-2, Cessna Multi-Engine and Piston, Cessna Caravan and Diamond Aircraft. It is also a Honeywell 331 Major Service Center and is FAA approved to complete 331 overhauls, and the staff includes Pratt & Whitney and Hawker Beechcraft factory trained technicians.



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