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115 Flightline Road Portsmouth, NH 03801

Dear PlaneSense

®

Participant,

In this edition of PSIQ, we will highlight Atlas Aircraft Center, Inc. (AAC), the Pilatus

authorized fleet service and support center for the PlaneSense

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program.

For those of you who might not know, AAC is a sister-company of PlaneSense, Inc.,

and it makes good use of 40,000-square-feet of hangar space and an additional

10,000-square-feet of office space at our facility in Portsmouth, NH. AAC provides

scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and all other technical support to the

PlaneSense

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fleet, including the Pilatus airframe, Pratt & Whitney engine, and all

electronics and subsystems. I am very proud of the nearly 60 AAC employees for

their continuous commitment to safety and training, and for their dedication to the

highest-level of service for our fractional owners.

All of our maintenance technicians must attend factory training with Pilatus, engine

training with Pratt & Whitney, ongoing education through FAA-sponsored classes,

component instruction, and continuous on-the-job training. This unparalleled training

regimen has earned AAC the “Diamond Award for Excellence” from the FAA for the

last 13 consecutive years. AAC has also earned the Aircraft Electronics Association

(AEA) “Training Excellence Award.”

AAC boasts one of the largest PC-12 parts supplies in the world, with an

in-house inventory worth over $1 million. Maintaining this large supply prevents

unnecessary delays, helps to expedite repairs, and increases the availability of

our fleet. AAC is open seven days a week to offer maximum support to the

PlaneSense

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fleet, some outside customers and visitors, and those in need of

emergency services.

I invite all of you to visit AAC, to meet us, and see our facility, whenever you are

in the area.

With warm regards,

George A. Antoniadis

President and CEO