OSHKOSH — Cessna reported at AirVenture that it has extended its ProAdvantage programs to its current production Cessna Caravan product line, including the newly announced Cessna Grand Caravan EX.
The ProAdvantage is a group of programs designed to help customers manage their long-term costs for maintenance coverage. The programs offer simplified billing processes based on annual utilization, Cessna officials report.
Parts are ordered directly from Cessna or a Cessna Authorized Facility and parts usage claims are filed by the customer or service facility. “ProAdvantage customers may obtain Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) quality parts through a predictable budgeting process and may enhance the resale value of their aircraft,” company officials said in a prepared statement.
Cessna’s Caravan ProParts program is available as part of the ProAdvantage family of programs. The ProParts program covers all airframe system and avionics parts, including wheels, brakes, valves, motors, actuators, gauges, instruments and the propeller. It also covers scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events, all mechanical components on the airframe and the entire avionics suite. An option is also available to cover the TKS ice protection system.
The Caravan ProAdvantage contract is available for three years or 1,200 hours, with a minimum requirement of 100 hours per year.
For more information: Cessna.com