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Tecnam's UK dealer moves sites

PUBLISHED: 12:42 12 July 2012 | UPDATED: 14:18 10 October 2012

Tecnam has announced that its UK head office is moving to Gloucestershire Airport.

Tecnam has announced that its UK head office is moving to Gloucestershire Airport.

The company says that its dealer for UK and Ireland Tim Orchard had formed a partnership with Aeros Ltd. – a flight training organisation based at the site.

Dealer Tim Orchard said: “I am very grateful to our previous partner, Wycombe Air Park based, Airways Aero Associations, for helping us to establish the UK & Ireland Tecnam dealership in 2009.

“However our new association with the Aeros team will not only afford our existing and potential Tecnam-owning customers even higher levels of after sales and engineering support, but will benefit the training community with the new generation, fuel efficient equipment on the ever-expanding Aeros fleet.”

The move takes place with immediate effect.

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