Business is good at CSE Citation Centre as they start another chapter for 2015. Already the year has seen the delivery of two new Cessna Citation M2 aircraft contracted to CSE Citation Centre and the delivery of a used Cessna Citation CJ3 and Mustang. “These are good signs of continued growth for CSE Citation Centre,” stated Philip Lammiman, Managing Director. “CSE Citation Centre has continued to grow the business even through the economic downturn which business aviation also experienced.” Backed by 27 years as a Cessna Citation Authorised Service Centre, CSE Citation Centre is dedicated to the Cessna Citation product exclusively where it has built a wealth of skill sets in the UK, being the recognized leader in Citation maintenance.
CSE Citation Centre hones its technical skills proactively to ensure its engineers are trained and capable of accepting new Cessna products before they are delivered into Europe. The team recently completed differences training on the Citation M2 equipped with Garmin 3000 avionics and the Sovereign 680+ with Garmin 5000 following the addition of these aircraft to its Cessna Authorised Service Centre approval.
“We have seen strong growth from European based aircraft particularly with the favourable exchange rates between the GBP and Euro which is reducing cost of maintenance to European operators,” noted Lammiman.
To add to the accessibility of CSE Citation Centre Service, a local UK low cost airline is scheduled to open flights from Bournemouth Airport in March 2015 with direct flight to parts of Europe, including Paris and Amsterdam. With easier access to Bournemouth and Europe, CSE Citation Centre is gearing up for increased operations knowing crews can travel quickly and efficiently to and from Bournemouth.
Lammiman further noted, “By exceeding customer service expectations and acting with integrity we build long term sustainable relationships that last for many years allowing our customers familiar friendly faces and a personalized service on each and every visit making them feel safe in our hands, which is the most important factor in servicing aircraft.”