Mon, Apr 03, 2006
Upgrades New-And-Existing-Product Coverage
Avidyne Corporation tells Aero-News
the company has enhanced its new-product warranty support, and
extended those enhancements to its FLEX Extended Warranty service
plans for the Entegra integrated flight deck products and for the
FlightMax Multi-Function Displays (MFDs). The new service plans
significantly upgrade the coverage of existing warranties.
For example, the new product warranty and FLEX service plans now
provide overnight and priority one-day exchange service options
throughout North America, Europe, Australia and Latin America.
Added benefits include costs associated with coverage of dealer
removal, replacement and calibration as well as shipping to and
from Avidyne’s repair center.
Under the new plans, products requiring service can also be
exchanged quickly, and shipping for both the replacement unit and
the returned unit are covered in the new plans. Additionally,
customers can manage their plans through MyAvidyne.com, also
providing support for MultiLink, text messaging, flight tracking,
CMax management, and more.
"Our enhanced warranty and FLEX service plans demonstrate
Avidyne’s commitment to delivering the best customer and
technical support in general aviation," said Avidyne President Dan
The New-Product Warranty and FLEX Extended Service plans are
currently available for all Entegra and FlightMax products.
Existing customers can purchase the FLEX warranty through their
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