UVALDE, TX – April 20, 2012 – Joining a select group of approved aircraft service centers in the United States, Sierra Industries has been certified by the Mexican government aviation agency to service Mexican-registered aircraft. The Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC) presented certificate no. CO-038/12 to Sierra Industries representatives on April 4, permitting the company to inspect, repair and modify a wide variety of aircraft from piston singles to cabin-class business jets.
In May, the Mexican government is expected to issue a ruling restricting maintenance services for Mexican-registered aircraft to facilities located within Mexico, with the exception of a limited number of DGAC-certified facilities outside the country’s borders. Located some 50 miles from the Mexico-Texas border and less than 250 miles from Monterrey, Sierra’s Uvalde facility is ideally positioned to allow convenient access to Mexican-based aircraft.
Enjoying nearly 30 years of aircraft service and modification experience, Sierra Industries’ location at Uvalde’s Garner Field Airport offers true “one-stop shop” capabilities including PMA parts manufacturing. in-house avionics support and on-field paint and interior specialists. Numerous Sierra employees are bilingual in Spanish and English, helping to facilitate communications with south-of-the-border aircraft owners and operators.
A number of Mexican-registered aircraft already enjoy one or more of Sierra’s well-known Citation performance modifications, such as FJ44 re-engining and Eagle/Longwing airframe upgrades. The DGAC certification ensures that those owners can continue to utilize Sierra’s expert service for their upgraded aircraft and new modification clients can count on after-the-sale support without undue regulatory restrictions.
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