BANGOR, Maine – C&L Aerospace, a C&L Aviation Group Company, has been named as the recommended vendor for CT7 ECMP and non-ECMP LRU services support by GE Aviation. GE Aviation has completed the transition and will no longer offer CT7 LRU support as part of the ECMP program however operators for both the CT7-5A2 and CT7-9B engines will have the option to utilize C&L Aerospace for their LRU support needs.
In their quarterly publication Fleet Highlights, GE Aviation stated that “understanding that our customers need a reliable dedicated source for their continued LRU support, GE Aviation has aligned with C&L Aerospace to provide that support.”
“C&L has been the premier source for CT7 engines and aftermarket parts for many years,” said Chris Kilgour, CEO of C&L Aviation Group.” The dedication to the Saab aircraft and CT7 engine has been a long-standing corner of our business and we are glad that GE trusts us to be their recommended vendor.
C&L is uniquely positioned to provide the level of support the CT7 customers have come to know and demand. C&L Aerospace can offer operators of the CT7 engine options for hourly LRU coverage rates or unit specific pricing for repair and overhaul. Please contact C&L at 207-217-6050 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
C&L Aviation Group is an FAA and EASA approved industry leader in servicing, maintaining, and supporting operators in the corporate and regional aviation industry. In addition to aircraft and engine sales and leasing programs, C&L offers parts support, heavy maintenance, interior refurbishment, aircraft teardown, disassembly services, and aircraft management. C&L is headquartered in Bangor, Maine, with international offices in Australia and Europe. www.cla.aero
GE Aviation, a business unit of General Electric, is headquartered in Evendale, Ohio, outside Cincinnati. GE Aviation is among the top aircraft engine suppliers and offers engines for the majority of commercial aircraft.