World's Only Portable Remote Control Aircraft Tug Pulls Out the Stops for the World's Oldest Cross Country Air Race

AC Air Technology is proudly sponsoring the oldest, annual, all-female cross country air race in the United States, and is the official portable remote control aircraft tug of the Air Race Classic (ARC).

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“We look forward to participating in the launch of the Air Race Classic 2014! We will be there with our TrackTech tugs to position racers' aircraft on the flight line,” stated Anthony Chan, President AC Air Technology.

Chino, CA (PRWEB) June 03, 2014

The Air Race Classic (ARC) is pleased to announce AC Air Technology’s sponsorship of the annual, all-female, cross country air race.

“We look forward to participating in the launch of the Air Race Classic 2014! We will be there with our TrackTech tugs to position racers' aircraft on the flight line,” stated Anthony Chan, President AC Air Technology. “I am impressed by the group's energy and enthusiasm, and I'm very appreciative of the role they play in keeping general aviation alive.”

AC Air Technology is proudly sponsoring the oldest, annual, all-female cross country air race in the United States, and is the official portable remote control aircraft tug of the Air Race Classic (ARC). The ARC is launching its ten-stop race from June 16th - 19th, 2014, starting from Concord, CA and ending in New Cumberland, PA.

One of these products is the World’s First Remote-Control and Portable Aircraft Tug. The device easily tows any 5,000-pound aircraft; tailwheel or nose gear. Pilots can just throw it in the backseat of their airplane and take it anywhere!

“It is their priority to develop and sustain excellent customer relationships by delivering superior products and customer service,” said Marolyn Wilson, ARC President. “They are accessible, friendly and always available to chat with their customers, their help at the start of the race is evidence of that and is immensely appreciated.”

Learn more about AC Air Technology at http://www.acairtechnology.com and follow the ARC teams at http://www.airraceclassic.org.


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