September 20, 2007

Wichita, Kansas–Yingling Aviation has developed a comprehensive plan for “hassle-free” compliance with a newly-implemented Continuous Inspection Program for the Cessna Model 441 Conquest II.  Launched by Cessna on June 1 2007, the revised maintenance program mandates that both FAR Part 91 and Part 135 operators document a series of supplemental inspections which have been incorporated into the Phase Inspection program by September 1, 2008.


“Yingling has taken the lead in working with Cessna to support the owners and operators of Conquest II’s affected by this new inspection program,” said Bob Gallop, Yingling’s vice president of Repair Station Operations.  “As owners and operators of our own Conquests, we are extremely familiar with the airplane and all aspects of these new inspections.  We’ve developed a plan that will minimize downtimes and make compliance with the Continuous Inspection Program requirements virtually painless,” he added.


Yingling provides comprehensive support to the full range of Cessna legacy aircraft and is the primary provider to Cessna Engineering of cooperative installation support for factory-developed Service Bulletins and Airworthiness Directives.   It is the oldest Cessna Propjet Service Center, combining the experience and expertise of trained, top-notch technicians with proximity to the factory and familiarity with local vendors.


A full general aviation services provider at Mid-Continent Airport (ICT) in Wichita, Kansas, Yingling is a Cessna and McCauley Propeller Authorized Service Center specializing in servicing Cessna piston, turbine and jet aircraft.  It is also the largest Cessna parts supplier in the world.  Offering avionics, interiors and a variety of aircraft sales, charter, Cessna Pilot Center flight training and management services, Yingling Aviation has enjoyed a continuous relationship with Cessna for more than 60 years.  Yingling Aviation, Inc. can be reached by calling (316) 943-3246 or on the web at