Signal Aviation has been designated a Lycoming Authorized Service Center (ASC).
Based at the Lebanon Municipal Airport (LEB) in New Hampshire, the company operates a Cessna Service Center and provides maintenance and repair for all manner of piston aircraft, including Lycoming engines with advanced technology. As a Lycoming Authorized Service Center, Signal will be able to offer a higher level of aftermarket support to legacy engines and aircraft, company officials said. In order to achieve Lycoming ASC status, Signal was required to meet specific equipment and facility requirements, maintain required staff training levels, meet or exceed required levels of quality and professionalism, and be capable of handling fly-in customers.
“We are excited to be a part of Lycoming’s ASC network, especially because Lycoming Service Centers have been appointed the sole installers for Lycoming’s Echelon series of supplemental type certificates (STCs), which currently cover upgrades for the Mooney M20E, M20F and M20J, and the Cessna 177RG, with many more to come,” said Jason Archambeault, director of maintenance. “Additionally, the new IE2 engines that Lycoming has developed incorporate the most advanced engine technology general aviation has seen in a long time. Only Lycoming ASC facilities like ours are trained to maintain these modern, complex engines.”
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