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Twin Commander May 2019

May 2019

Turn to Eagle Creek Aviation Services as Your Race Headquarters

They call it the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. This year’s Indianapolis 500 is the 103rd running of the iconic race, and Eagle Creek Aviation at Eagle Creek Airpark is a perfect base to enjoy the weekend. This Friday through Sunday will bring hundreds of thousands of spectators to Indianapolis. With a Twin Commander you can beat the crowd and land at Eagle Creek’s 4,200-foot runway. Only five miles from the track, EYE is the closest airport to the action.
The Factory Authorized Service Center has ample parking, an adjacent restaurant, and full concierge services. Make your reservations today.

POLL: Who Does Your Periodic Inspections?

The inspection requirement for Twin Commanders is a generous 150 hours time in service, or annually, whichever comes first. We’re interested in hearing where you have your Commander inspected. Please choose one of the following. Thanks for participating.

GO TO POLL

 

Twin Commander Has Two Free SB241 Kits to Give Away

Could You Be One of the Recipients?

 Twin Commander owners who have not yet complied with Service Bulletin 241 affecting certain models can now receive a free service bulletin compliance kit from Twin Commander Aircraft. The kit has a value of $16,325 and includes the major components necessary to complete SB241, which is a compliance method for FAA Airworthiness Directive 2013-09-05 addressing potential cracking in the aft pressure bulkhead. SB241 and the AD apply to 690/A/B model Twin Commanders. Later-model Twin Commanders –– 690C/Ds and 695/A/Bs –– have a different wing-to-fuselage design and are not affected by the service bulletin or AD.

To be eligible for a donated kit an owner must acquire the kit and have it installed at one of 13 Factory Authorized Twin Commander Service Center facilities, a worldwide network dedicated to Twin Commander service, sales, and support. Only two kits are available, so hurry to get yours and upgrade your Twin Commander.

Here’s a list of Factory Authorized Twin Commander Service Centers.