Quest Aircraft Co. has expanded its global sales network. Agreements have been reached with representatives in Africa, the Caribbean, India, the Middle East, South America, and the U.S. Company officials said they are currently working on additional agreements in Australia, Brazil, Europe, Mexico, the Pacific Rim, and the U.S. to highlight a few key areas.
“In developing our international sales network we are focusing initially on the regions where the Kodiak is already certified or pending certification,” said Steve Zinda, Director Sales and Marketing. “Domestically we have partnered with several seasoned, well-respected organizations to handle Kodiak sales.”
The North American sales network is now comprised of Clay Lacy Aviation, Holstein Aviation, and Piedmont Aircraft. Quest will continue to expand its North American sales network this year in the Mountain States and Southwest.
Quest has also added several new Authorized Service Centers (ASCs) for the Kodiak. Late last year, Wipaire, Inc. was named the first factory-authorized service center. Four additional organizations have recently been appointed; Banyan Aviation (Florida), Covington Aircraft (Oklahoma), Mid-Continent Aviation Services (Kansas) and Summit Aviation (Delaware).
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