Continental Motors to Hold Technical Seminars at AERO 2015

Continental Motors, Inc

 

Mobile, 2 April 2015Continental Motors Group Ltd, an AVIC International Holding Corporation company, announced to held technical seminars during the AERO 2015 in Friedrichshafen, Germany. These seminars will provide a wealth of information to owner pilots, pilots and mechanics that are flying with or maintaining Continental Motors engines, both AVGAS and Diesel. Along the seminars Continental Motors will exhibit its full range of engine products and global services in hall A3-211, including a refurbished Cessna 172 with CD-155 jet fuel engine and Garmin G1000. This aircraft illustrates perfectly the needs expressed by flying schools around the world.

Maintenance experts from Continental Motors provide the seminars from Thursday to Saturday on a wide range of topics. They also will be available on the booth to talk to pilots and mechanics on a one to one basis throughout the show.

 

Continental Motors will hold five different seminars during the show:

Thursday, 16 April 2015, 14:00 – AvGas Continental Motors Engine Care

How to save money and increase the life cycle of your engine by observing the proper operational procedures. How to care for your engine; detect the first signs of trouble, maintenance and operating tips and tricks.

Thursday, 16 April 2015, 15:00 – AvGas Engine Ignition System Service and Maintenance

The ignition system or your engine is essential to smooth operation. Discuss simple maintenance procedures and how to set the magneto for optimal performance. When is it time to have a close look at the ignition system. How old are your mags?

Friday, 17 April 2015, 10:00 – Continental Motors Engine Operation and Flight Management

Learn about the proper leaning procedures, how to manage your engine temperatures in flight and make sure that your engine will reach its TBO.

Friday, 17 April 2015, 11:00 – Continental Gas Engines: Exploring Your Options as Your Engine approaches TBO

What are the differences between a factory new engine, a factory rebuilt engine or an field overhauled engine? What do you get in these cases and why do the prices vary?

Saturday, 18 April 2015, 11:00 – Continental Motors Diesel Engine Fleet Equipment and Service Improvements

Fleet operators are always looking at improving the dispatch rate of their aircraft and to lower their total ownership and direct operating costs. You will learn more about the improvements that are possible by retrofitting Diesel engines on conventional engine equipped aircraft. Details will be provided.

The seminars will take place at AERO, Conference Center East, Room.

 

AVIC International Holding Corporation was set up in 1979, with majority shares owned by Aviation Industries of China (AVIC). Headquartered in Beijing, AVIC International delivered over 147 billion RMB in revenue in 2013. The company has over 70,000 employees across 400 subsidiaries and is located in over 50 countries.  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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