Legacy Aviation Celebrates a Decade of Service

Ten years ago Downtown Airpark in Oklahoma City closed its doors, suddenly and permanently. That left a lot of long-time Commander customers scratching their heads over where to go for factory-authorized service. That question was answered two weeks later when Raul J. Gomez, Kevin Chance, and other Downtown Park employees formed Legacy Aviation Services and set up shop at Clarence E. Page Airport in Yukon west of Oklahoma City.

From those humble beginnings Legacy Aviation Services has grown to become one of the premier Twin Commander-authorized service centers, active in inspections, modifications, repairs, and sales. Last year Legacy received an A+ rating—the highest possible score—from the Central Oklahoma Better Business Bureau.

In September 2014 Legacy acquired Mid-Continent Airmotive, its neighboring MRO facility on the airport. Mid-continent was an authorized Twin Commander service center that specialized in Twin Commander inspections.

Gomez said the company is proud of its rise-from-the-ashes origins, and especially proud of the decades of Twin Commander experience that Legacy’s technician core possesses.

“We have a legacy of excellent customer service,” he noted. “That’s the way we like it—taking the best care of our customers as possible. Then they tell others and we make new friends.”

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