Continental Motors Services Hosts Lancair Owners and Builders Organization Landing
The CMS team of A&Ps and IA’s are excited to welcome 40+ Lancair aircraft along with their pilots, owners, and mechanics to Fairhope, Alabama, during the landing that is scheduled for September 29th through October 2nd. CMS is known for the Mattituck engine shop but is so much more to the GA
Fairhope AL, USA, September 22, 2016 — Continental Motors Services is proud to welcome the 2016 LOBO/ Lancair Landing to the Gulf Coast. Lancair builders have a long standing history of flying behind a Continental engine and will gather together to share their knowledge and passion for general aviation. pilot, owner and mechanic. United Turbine, another division of Continental Motors Services, specializes in P&WC PT6 overhauls, repairs, and part sales. So whether you fly behind a Continental, a Lycoming or a PT6, our team has the experience you need to continue to take to the skies worry free. We also provide propeller overhaul and repair services, and through our Southern Avionics and Interiors division, avionics and interiors upgrades, ADS-B compliance installations and full panel design and fabrication, including in-house silk screening and powder coating.
“Having all these capabilities coupled with years of experience in one place allows owners one-stop shopping for an engine, avionics, and interior services,” said Bill Stromberg, Vice President Continental Motors Services. “ Of course, we will share views on technical tips and tricks, safe maintenance practices and aviation in general. Pilots and owners are more than welcome to schedule some one on one time with our specialists or have work performed on their aircraft while visiting Fairhope.”
The agenda for the landing includes seminars, guest speakers and would not be complete without legendary Southern hospitality. LOBO and Continental have put together a program that will appeal to those who will stay at the airport as well as to those who want to discover the town of Fairhope and the Mobile Bay area with the goal of having them return to the area. LOBO participants can have fun on the Gulf Coast while having their aircraft serviced by a trusted team of experts.
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AVIC International Holding Corporation was set up in 1979, with majority shares owned by Aviation Industries of China (AVIC). Headquartered in Beijing, the whole assets of AVIC International are up to 250 billion RMB. The company has over 80,000 employees across 400 subsidiaries and is located in over 50 countries, has 8 list companies. AVIC International is a well-diversified company, with holdings in International Civil Aviation, Trade & Logistics, Retail & High-end Consumables, Real Estate and Hotel Management, Electronics Manufacturing, and Natural Resource Development. More information can be found at www.avic-intl.cn.
Continental Motors Group, Ltd. of Hong Kong, China is a subsidiary of AVIC International Holding Corporation of Beijing, China. Its mission is to provide advanced gasoline and diesel (jet fuel) piston engine products, spare parts, engine and aircraft services, avionics equipment and repairs as well as pilot training for the general aviation marketplace. Continental is an international operation employing approximately 450 team members in Mobile and Baldwin counties, Alabama, USA; 200 team members in St. Egidien, Germany; and 8 team members in Beijing, China. More information can be found at www.continentalmotors.aero
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