Multiflight builds momentum in avionics
Multiflight’s reputation for avionics supply, maintenance and installation is building momentum following expansion of its specialist Avionics Department.
Multiflight’s avionics offering has extended and developed through the appointment of Avionics Manager Steve Starkie and Avionics Engineer Andy Wilkinson. They are a formidable duo, bringing vast experience in defect rectification, upgrades and general aviation avionics to the Multiflight Avionics department, which is winning a wide array of work.
“Steve and Andy are valuable additions to the Multiflight Avionics department and have allowed us to strengthen and expand our offering through their vast amount of avionics experience,” says Steve Borrowdale, Multiflight’s Managing Director.
He adds: “They bring an exciting new dynamic to our facility, which is a one-stop shop for private aviation services.”
Steve is a former military avionics engineer with over 25 years’ experience of avionics and airframes for fixed wing and rotary aircraft gained in the Royal Air Force and airline jobs and Andy has over 43 years’ avionics experience.
“We have the expertise to meet all avionics requirements for a wide range of aircraft, including Cirrus, Cessna, Piper, Beech, Diamond, Airbus, Gulfstream, Robinson, Bell and Agusta,” says Steve Starkie.
“We can assess an aircraft’s current build and advise on the various upgrades available, so if an owner does decide to have their avionics upgraded they know what they are getting with no hidden costs.
“We can provide installations and ongoing warranty and non-warranty support for avionics equipment.”
The Multiflight Avionics Department offers avionics support for:
- Avidyne Systems
- Garmin Systems
- L3 Communications Systems
- PS-Engineering Systems
- Trig Avionics Systems
- Aspen Avionics Systems
- Mid-Continent Systems
- Allied Systems
- Signal Systems
- Honeywell Systems
- Helicopters (piston and turbine)
- Business jets and VLJs
- Off-site radio annuals and FAR checks
- S-TEC Autopilot support
- Full avionic defect investigation and repairs
- Full in-house avionics installation capabilities
For more information about the work the Multiflight Avionics Department undertakes, including FAA Bi-Annual Altimeter and Transponder Inspections, Garmin avionics units, Avidyne units, Trig products and Aspen avionics units, see the Avionics section of the Multiflight website.
For help or support with avionics please phone Multiflight on (0)113 2387155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Picture shows Steve Borrowdale (left) and Steve Starkie.
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