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Cutter Aviation: Operating at full throtle at almost 90 years young

Fuel Farm Installation Cutter Aviation (COS)

September 2nd, 2016   A little over a year ago Phillips 66® Aviation featured Cutter Aviation as its Featured FBO. And what’s new with the oldest family-owned and operated FBO in the U.S.? A lot. A whole lot. Cutter Aviation may be operating in its golden years as it approaches its 90th anniversary, but shows absolutely no signs of […] Read More Here

Cutter Aviation Purchases Hangar Complex at Addison Airport

May 20th, 2016   Cutter Aviation, the oldest family owned and operated general aviation company in the US, today announced the purchase of a 60,650 square feet hangar and office complex on 3.5 acres at Addison Airport in Addison TX. The complex consists of two 15,000 square foot hangars with 7,400 square feet of attached office space and one […] Read More Here

Daher presents a new member to the TBM family: TBM 930

TBM 930 - Cutter Aviation

April 5th, 2016   Daher presents its new range of TBM aircraft: The TBM 900 is joined by the TBM 93 Tarbes, France, April 5, 2016 – Daher today unveiled the expanded range of its TBM very fast turboprop aircraft family, which now consists of the TBM 900 and the TBM 930 version – each of which retain the […] Read More Here

DAHER-SOCATA unveils its Model Year 2013 TBM 850 Elite in the U.S. market

TBM 2013

February 25th, 2013   A host of benefits are incorporated in this latest version of the company’s very fast turboprop business aircraft Pembroke Pines, Florida, February 25, 2013 – DAHER-SOCATA’s Model Year 2013 version of its TBM 850 Elite was unveiled last friday at Florida’s Boca Raton Airport for customers in the United States – which remains one of […] Read More Here

DAHER-SOCATA’s TBM 850 Elite cruises at the top of the market

February 18th, 2013   Washington, D.C. – DAHER-SOCATA announced on February 12, 2012, that 38 TBM 850s were delivered in 2012 – representing the fourth best year for the company’s TBM aircraft family since 1990, and underscoring the very fast turboprop’s continued value in an evolving global market. The 2012 deliveries bring to 622 units the total number of […] Read More Here

DAHER-SOCATA’s TBM very fast turboprop aircraft fleet surpassed the 1 million flight hour milestone

February 13th, 2013   Tarbes, France – DAHER-SOCATA announced on February 7, 2013, that the worldwide TBM 700 and TBM 850 fleet has surpassed the milestone of 1 million flight hours. With more than 620 TBM very fast turboprop business aircraft produced to date, the overall fleet usage now averages in excess of 120,000 flight hours annually. “Surpassing this […] Read More Here

Cutter Aviation 85th Anniversary Kickoff at NBAA Convention in Orlando

Cutter Aviation Kicks Off 85th Anniversary at Annual NBAA Convention in Orlando, FL - Press Release - October 23, 2012

October 23rd, 2012   PHOENIX, AZ – As Mr. William P. Cutter began the first day of business for Cutter Flying Service in January of 1928, the landscape of General and Business Aviation at the time was as uncharted and rugged as the landscape surrounding his airport in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The concept of an “aviation business” had only […] Read More Here

Cutter Aviation Implements Unique Cross Business SMS Within FBO Network

Cutter Aviation Implements FBO Network-Wide Safety Management System (SMS) for Line Service and Maintenance Businesses

March 1st, 2011   Phoenix, Arizona (News Release for Immediate Distribution) – Continuing a tradition of innovation and leadership within the Fixed Base Operator (FBO) industry, Cutter Aviation announced this week the completion of its implementation of a first-of-its-kind comprehensive FBO Safety Management System specifically developed to provide total safety management for two primary FBO business units: Line Service […] Read More Here

NATA Aviation Business Journal Article Features Cutter Aviation

Aviation Business Journal – 4th Quarter 2010 – Cutter Aviation Feature

November 30th, 2010   The article “Aviation in the Blood” by Colin Bane in the recently released 4th Quarter edition of the Aviation Business Journal published by the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) begins… “Imagine starting something today that your great-grandkids will still be happily working on in 82 years. It takes vision and it takes commitment, but it’s […] Read More Here