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Quest extends sales footprint to South America

Quest Aircraft today announced the appointment of Hangar Uno as an exclusive authorized sales representative for the Kodiak 100 throughout Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. Hangar Uno is based out of the San Fernando International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

July 25, 2017  By Quest Aircraft

John Hunt, vice president of sales for North, Central and South America for Quest Aircraft, noted, “Building a solid network to support the Kodiak is of the utmost importance to not only Quest, but also our Kodiak operators. That is why we’re excited to be adding Hangar Uno to our team. They are a leader in their region with over thirty years of proven experience in providing quality service and support to aircraft owners. Their familiarity
with the area and its unique operator requirements will be an invaluable asset to the Quest family.”

Willie Tufro, president of Hangar Uno, feels that the Kodiak’s modern design and versatility will be an optimum fit for the vast and varied geography of the region. “We feel confident that operators in South America will appreciate that the Kodiak was designed specifically for such a variety of operations, including rugged terrain. Many other aircraft manufacturers have adapted their aircraft to these environments, but they lack the modern
design features and increased safety inherent within the Kodiak design.”

Hangar Uno expects the Kodiak to excel in the private, commercial, business and government industry sectors.

Quest Aircraft continues to use strategic sales, service partner selection and certification programs to bolster its presence in Central and South America. This year alone, Quest Aircraft has added authorized sales representatives covering Brazil, Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.



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