Today’s economic climate can be downright poisonous. It can feel like large companies take advantage, making profits a priority over people. That is why it is such a breath of fresh air to see a company like Covington Aircraft. The business puts people first, no matter what, especially when it comes to furthering Christ and the gospel.
Paul Abbot became a part of Covington Aircraft in 1975. A few years later, Paul and his wife Betty became sole owners of the company. That’s when the company made a commitment to its employees, its customers and to missionaries around the world. They committed to the principles of integrity, dependability, affordability and quality of service. The company invested in people over profits and years later, it shows.
To understand Covington Aircraft’s missions, you need to understand the humble beginnings of this internationally recognized company. Paul came back from a tour in Vietnam and decided to commit his life to the mission. He did odd jobs around the airport, fueling planes and cutting grass, until he fell into his passion – fixing, overhauling and maintaining aircraft.
It was then that Paul and his wife Betty decided that they were better off aiding those on the mission field then actually being on the mission field. They began to commit to missions around the world not knowing exactly how they were going to pay for these commitments. But their faith fueled the desire to spread the gospel, and through that, they built a strong company capable of helping others.
Covington Aircraft donates their time and expertise to those on the mission field. The company will lend a helping hand to missionaries who need a plane fixed or overhauled. If it keeps the missionaries in the air and traveling around the world, then Covington Aircraft will help. Contact Covington Aircraft today to see how you can help promoting missions around the world.