Gulf Coast Avionics adds two more international satellite locations
Wednesday April 18th 2012 - Gulf Coast Avionics
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, April 16, 2012, Lakeland, FL â€“ Gulf Coast Avionics Corporation, based on Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Lakeland, Florida, has announced the addition of international satellite operations in Peru and in Spain.
In making the announcement, Rick Garcia, President of Gulf Coast Avionics, said, â€œThe avionics, instrument, and pilot supply market is truly international in scope, and we are positioning ourselves to serve a growing number of off-shore markets. We have identified key locations in several countries where we can justify having a local presence, and the countries of Peru and Spain are two of the latest examples of our worldwide expansion.â€
Garcia went on to say, â€œIn each country where we have established a satellite location, we have identified and partnered with the leading avionics shop in that region. These shops have the experience, knowledge and substantial customer base on which they can quickly capitalize on the Gulf Coast Avionics brand in their respective markets. We look forward to making our extensive inventory of avionics, instruments, and pilot supplies available on an international scale.â€
The latest locations include Gulf Coast Avionics Peru located in Lima, Peru, and Gulf Coast Avionics EspaÃ±a located in Tarragona, Spain.
Gulf Coast Avionics is a major supplier of avionics, instruments and pilot supplies to customers around the world and is an FAA Approved Repair Station, No. UB4R564M, Class 1, 2, 3/Limited Instrument. For complete information call 863.709.9714 or visit www.GCA.aero.
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