Precision Turbines, Inc.
Wed, Feb 27, 2013                                                 Volume 6, Issue 5

Precision Turbines would like to thank all who supported and assisted in successfully attaining our 145 Repair Station Certificate. PT would especially like to thank the employees of Boca Aircraft Maintenance and Signature Flight Support at BCT who went above and beyond assisting us during the demonstration phase. We are pleased to announce our Repair Station number 6PUR038C is now approved with the rating of Limited Airframe. This is a monumental milestone for Precision Turbines and we look forward to future endeavors.

*Precision Turbines is an ASR (Authorized Sales Representative) for Sierra Industries and specializes in Citation and King Air Engine retrofits. 


ENGINE             TSN          CSN        TSO       REMAINING       STATUS                  

PT6A-28          6294.9       7778       4455.9    ZERO               SALE

PT6A-28          6288.2      7721        2779.2     820                 SALE

JT15D-4/4B       3530.6     2136        71         3429                 SALE

Call 561-447-0032 for details on our inventory of serviceable PT6A engines   



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