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Lycoming Engines launches new website

Williamsport, PA – 20 September 2016 – Lycoming Engines, an operating division of Avco Corporation, welcomes people to visit its new website at www.lycoming.com. The new website has been designed to provide a user-friendly experience with enhanced navigation and functionality, which allows customers to access detailed product information, search technical documentation easily, and learn more about the company’s robust capabilities. If you’re wanting to build a new site, then the Website planning guide from Slickplan should provide all the guidance that you’ll need. If and when you create this new website, you will probably want to consider how you have it hosted and maintained. You could look at hosting services such as hostiserver.com and others to see which hosting provider could be the best for the launch of your new site.

It includes product information to help customers understand Lycoming’s complete range of offerings, including engines, spare parts and Lycoming factory options available at TBO.

The new site is designed to be responsive and accessible across various electronic devices. New content available on the site includes a knowledge base, tech tips and frequently asked questions.

“We are excited about our new website launch and the comprehensive information it provides for customers, distributors and others to better understand the full range of products and services provided by the Lycoming team,” said Mike Kraft, Vice President and General Manager of Lycoming Engines.

“We believe this new site will allow our visitors to have a very informative experience as we continue to innovate within the general aviation segment.”

For more information, please visit Lycoming’s website at www.lycoming.com. About Lycoming Lycoming Engines specializes in the engineering, manufacture, service and support of piston aircraft engines. With a factory in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Lycoming piston engines power more than half of the world’s general aviation fleet – both rotary-wing and fixed-wing and also provides engines for military training schools and other specialized applications. Lycoming Engines is an operating division of Avco Corporation. More information is available at www.lycoming.com.

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