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Wellington, KS. (March 13, 2017) – Air Plains Services announced today it will be on hand at the AOPA Fly-In in Camarillo, California, April 28-29, with an exhibit featuring information on its Extreme Performance aircraft engine upgrades for Cessna single-engine pistons as well as its full range of parts and services for a variety of aircraft models.

"We're excited to be heading to California to share information on the Air Plains stable of XP engine upgrades for Cessna 172s, 180s and 182s," said Katie Church, head of sales and marketing at Air Plains. "While our XP upgrades and kits headline the display, we'll be ready to talk with the pilot community about any of our services, from maintenance solutions and complete refurbishment to spare parts, including our popular airbox replacements."

Air Plains, celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, built its global reputation with its Cessna 172, 180 and 182 turn-key solutions for higher horsepower engines, opening the door to more power, better climb performance and speed, and greater agility and range. Air Plains not only installs the upgrades at its facility in Wellington, it ships complete XP kits across the globe – more than 3,000 to date.

Air Plains also performs a wide array of scheduled maintenance and inspection activities, custom airframe and interior work and specializing in custom avionics panels, engine analyzer installations, ADS-B solutions, airframe repair, and complete tech support. Air Plains offers more than 1,000 PMA spare parts including many hard-to-find part numbers at affordable prices. Another Air Plains product is the INPULSE ADI system that enables the operator to use 91-octane unleaded automotive fuel (MOGAS) in some high compression engines.

Set up an appointment or just drop by Booth 56 in the exhibit hall at Camarillo Airport (KCMA). For more information, visit the Air Plains website at www.airplains.com and follow the company on the Air Plains Facebook page, or for information on the Inpulse system, visit www.flyinpulse.com.

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