Pilatus’ customer service network now numbers 58 locations around the world.
Indaer of Colombia is announced as the newest authorized PC-12 service facility in the global network.
With more than 1,450 PC-12s flying today, Pilatus Aircraft continues to expand its service network to ensure provision of the industry’s topranked support anywhere in the world.
As the fleet of Pilatus aircraft grows in South America, Pilatus recently selected Indaer of Colombia as the latest PC-12 service facility in the global network. Indaer is located at Aeropuerto Olaya Herrara in Medellín.
One of four Authorized Pilatus Centers in South America, its selection is highly beneficial in the expansion of Pilatus’ worldwide customer support capability. The addition of Indaer brings the worldwide service network for Pilatus business aircraft up to 58 facilities.
“The exceptional commitment to high quality service displayed by Indaer makes them a welcome addition to Pilatus’ group of Authorized Service Centers,” said Pete Wolak, Vice President of Customer Service for Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd.
Indaer was founded in 2002 and employs more than 100 people providing heavy and line maintenance for aircraft ranging from airliners to business jets and turboprop aircraft. It has established itself as a highly qualified leader in the Colombian business aviation industry, committed to completing maintenance assignments to the very highest standards. Indaer also maintains an FAA Part 145 Repair Station Certificate.