PAI Becomes a MCI Authorized Service Center for 4300 Series Gyro

June 2, 2006

June 2, 2006 – PAG’s wholly owned subsidiary Precision Avionics and Instruments (PAI) has been named an “Authorized Repair and Overhaul” facility for Mid-Continent Instrument Co.’s (MCI) 4300 Series Gyro’s. MCI is an Industry Leader in the manufacturer of Aircraft Instrumentation and Avionics for most major Airframe Manufacturers (

“We are pleased to announce this agreement naming PAI as an Authorized Service Center for MCI’s 4300 Series Gyro’s – receiving this approval speaks volumes about the quality of our work” says David Mast – PAG President. All of the PAG companies stock and sell the 4300-Series Gyro. “Being able to service the units that we sell adds to our ability to take care of our customers’ needs” states David. J. Todd Winter – MCI’s President stated “We value our long-term relationship with Precision Avionics and Instruments and look forward to mutually increased business with this additional capability.”

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