Cascade Aircraft Management moves to Idaho

Cascade Aircraft Management, a center for custom Experimental and light aviation, is moving to Caldwell, Idaho.

“We’ll be open before Oshkosh is ended,” said William C. “Bill” Weeks Jr., General Manager of Cascade Aircraft Management. “We look forward to more flying days, better test-flying weather, and a better environment for our paint shop; and customers will find it’s easier to reach us (near Boise) than in our old home in Redmond (Ore.).”

The new facility, on the airport in Caldwell, Idaho, will sport a new paint booth, large enough for a King Air, plus upholstery, maintenance, avionics, composite fabrication, a builder-assist center, offices, and a customer showroom.

Well-known as a custom completion center for the Lancair Evolution, Weeks says the new facility will allow greater airframe diversity with its expanded space.

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