Pratt & Whitney adds China Flying Dragon to service network in China

China Flying Dragon Y12F aircraft ©P&W

Pratt & Whitney has presented China Flying Dragon GA with its official Designated Maintenance Facility (DMF) plaque and certification, officially inducting the aviation maintenance facility into the global Pratt & Whitney customer service network.

Based in Harbin, the capital city of China’s northernmost province, Heilongjiang, China Flying Dragon is now authorized to provide line maintenance and mobile repair technician services to operators of Pratt & Whitney’s PT6A-27 and PT6A-135A engines.

“China Flying Dragon has an excellent reputation throughout China and has been supporting Pratt & Whitney’s engine fleet well prior to the awarding of this DMF designation,” said Fred Lefebvre, Vice President, Sales & Marketing at Pratt & Whitney Canada.  “China Flying Dragon is one of 17 DMFs we have appointed in Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East which expand our ability to serve customers locally in the language of their preference. This new DMF provides customers with a one-stop shop for authorized, high-quality services – from engine-OEM-approved tooling and parts to direct support from the engine manufacturer.”

In addition to the maintenance services it provides to customers, China Flying Dragon has its own fleet of Y12 and King Air 350 aircraft, both of which are powered by PT6A engines. Using these aircraft, China Flying Dragon operates short-haul passenger and cargo charter flights as well as aerial photography, forest protection and other GA services.

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