Dallas Airmotive, a BBA Aviation company, has released MyTurbine™, a new mobile app designed to easily connect the customer with Dallas Airmotive on-the-go. The convenient icons allow for quick navigation to the services most used by customers. Users can instantly connect with the F1RST SUPPORT™ global customer support center with one-click and check cost estimates or completion dates on engines in process whenever the timing is convenient. Users can also find service locations, contact sales representatives to receive a quote and access Dallas Airmotive’s popular aircraft-engine-APU cross-reference guide.
“Our goal is to make it easy for customers to do business with us,” commented Dallas Airmotive President Douglas Meador. “This new app will give operators an easy to use and convenient method for contacting us no matter where they are or the time of day.
“The app helps strengthen our customer relationships and deliver the value aircraft operators are increasingly seeking.”
MyTurbine is compatible with iPhone and Android devices and is available for download at the Apple App Store and Google Play. Aircraft operators who download MyTurbine and register their aircraft during NBAA 2013 will automatically be entered* to win a latest generation iPad with Retina Display.
Dallas Airmotive and its affiliated engine companies – Premier Turbines and H+S Aviation – are OEM-approved to service more than 80% of the turbine engines in operation today on business aircraft. The engine companies have major overhaul centers in Dallas, Texas; Neosho, Missouri; and Portsmouth, England plus they offer minor repair and hot section inspection work at 12 Regional Turbine Centers around the globe.
Dallas Airmotive is exhibiting during NBAA 2013 at BBA Aviation’s Booth #N3505.
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