YUKON, Okla. — To better serve a growing customer base from Central and South America including Mexico, Legacy Aviation has opened a new international sales office in Miami, Florida. The regional office has the same support and experience as Legacy Aviation’s MRO team at the company’s headquarters on C.E. Page Airport (KRCE) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
In addition to customer support services, the new office will supply a selection of spare and replacement parts ready for pick-up. Also, with so many direct flights from Miami to major cities in the region, Legacy will now be able to fill a majority of orders faster than before, company officials said.
Raul (RJ) Gomez, Legacy’s CEO, opened the new regional office in response to the rapid growth in Legacy’s south of the border customers.
“We have found tremendous success with our Latin American clients by providing a bilingual team that makes it convenient for our Spanish-speaking customers to receive the personalized service they deserve,” he said. “That, combined with our intimate knowledge of the popular turboprop and jet airframes that fly in South America, such as Turbo Commanders, King Airs and 500 series Citations, made the decision to expand our operations a logical one.
Legacy Aviation Services is an aircraft repair and refurbishment center at Oklahoma City’s C.E. Page Airport and works on turboprops to jets. Legacy is also an authorized Twin Commander service center. For more information: 405-350-2100 or Legacy-Aviation.com.