Air Plains Services, a world leader in general aviation engine and avionics upgrades, announced company representatives will return to EAA’s 2022 AirVenture in Oshkosh to meet with aircraft owners interested in the company’s popular Cessna piston engine and avionics upgrades.
“Oshkosh is the heart of the general aviation industry, bringing in thousands of owners and enthusiasts from around the world every year,” said Katie Church, president of Air Plains. “We had a great time last summer, both developing new customers and meeting with many current customers, and we’re pumped about returning this year.”
Once again, the company will be scheduling appointments with Air Plains experts prior to the show taking place this year July 25 through 31.
“We will have representatives there who can meet with you so if you’d like to set up an appointment, please contact us, “Church said. “We’ll also have our 300hp Cessna 180 on site to show other products we offer including custom instrument panels and the Inpulse ADI System.”
Appointments can be made ahead of time by calling the company at 1-800-752-8481 (+1-620-326-8904 outside the U.S.), or through email at email@example.com.
Recent market reports show used aircraft prices rising over the past year, making modifications and upgrades a good value compared to other options.
“Not only can you upgrade your aircraft for less money than buying new or even going with a used model, you can also make it fit your specific requirements based on the way you fly,” Church said. “We have eight engine STCs, new propeller STCs, an array of avionics options with custom panels, custom interiors, PMA parts, and expert advice based on your requirements and budget.”
Today, Air Plains offers eight engine upgrade STCs, five of which are branded Extreme Performance, or XP upgrades: two STCs for the 180hp XP upgrade for the 172; a 300hp XP upgrade for the Cessna 180; a 300hp XP upgrade for the Cessna 182; a 300hp XP upgrade for the Cessna 182RG; a 260hp upgrade for both the Cessna 182S and T models; and a 260hp upgrade for the Cessna 182RG.
Air Plains has also added new avionics products and is an authorized avionics dealer for Dynon, Avidyne, Appareo, L3, Aspen, TruTrak, Guardian, and Genesys Aerosystems. The company also specializes in custom avionics panels giving the cockpit a “like-new” appearance. Air Plains operates a full-service machine shop and has gained Parts Manufacturing Authority (PMA) for a variety of aircraft parts including airboxes, adjustable airbox brackets and airbox gaskets, baffle assemblies, exhaust components, and a variety of miscellaneous parts, many available at the company’s online shop. Air Plains also offers a variety of propeller STCs from top