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Gemini Air Group Gains DGAC Approvals to Work Mexican Aircraft

Gemini Air Group has been approved by the DGAC to allow the Part 145 Repair Station (CRS GNUR484X) to work on Mexican aircraft. The product lines approved for include the Citation, Hawker and Turbo Commander models, Conquest 441, Caravan, and Cirrus as well as related engines for these aircraft. In addition, avionics and instrument ratings are included in the approval. With this approval, Gemini Air Group becomes the first U.S. Cirrus service center approved to work Mexican Cirrus aircraft. The sales team for Gemini Air Group will be actively contacting aircraft owners and operators in Mexico to provide support for the aircraft listed. With the strong traffic of Mexican registered aircraft into the Scottsdale/Phoenix area, the Gemini team will be available to support any needs while in the area. “We see an opportunity to expand into the western Mexico region to provide support on the product line we have built," Greg Laabs, general manager at Gemini, says. "Our technicians provide…

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