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Established in 1991, Airborne Engines is a Transport Canada Approved Repair and Overhaul facility located in Delta, British Columbia, Canada. Airborne Engines is a Honeywell Aerospace Authorized Service Center and a valued member of the Rolls-Royce FIRST NETWORK as an Authorized Maintenance Repair and Overhaul Center (AMROC). Airborne Engines is also a member of the Joint Aviation Authority JAR 145 Repair Organization and the European Aviation Safety Agency.
Aircraft Accessories of Oklahoma is an FAA approved repair station (#RV3R829L) rated in Class I and Class II aircraft accessories. Our company also has a limited rating for aircraft propellers and NDI.
We began specialized services for small aircraft fuel systems and carburetors in 1969.
With over 37 years experience in the industry, we offer high quality work and reasonable rates.
In addition to offering regular overhall services, we also offer exchange service on many units.
At Aircraft Engine Specialists, we take pride in our engine overhauls. We start by installing more new parts than is manufacturer recommended to make sure your engine is in like new condition. We meet factory new engine specifications and comply with all Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins.
Over the last year AEI has put extensive work into R&D and allocated significant amounts of capitol to expanding our product line. From our new Rotax T2 pusher and the T2XQ with a full length muffler and tailpipe for maximum DB reduction; to the standard PVC kits that is as simple as following the step by step instructions with pictures. With a properly assembled PVC system using equal length primaries and a collector you can see an average of 12-15 HP on an O-360 when replacing a standard muffler system with a correctly done kit.
Aircraft Heating and Electrical, Inc. (AHE) has been repairing aircraft heaters for more than 30 years. We currently hold an FAA Repair Station License for the repair and/or overhaul of aircraft combustion heaters and accessories. Because we do a large volume of Janitrol (JanAero) and Southwind overhaul and repairs, we maintain a large inventory of overhauled units ready for immediate shipment. Any order can be shipped the same business day.
Aircraft Specialties Services is both an FAA Approved (DD2R764K) and EASA Accepted (EASA.145.6513) 145 Repair Station specializing in reconditioning and machining crankshafts, camshafts, tappet bodies, connecting rods and other steel parts. We supply new and used aircraft parts to aircraft owners, mechanics, FBO’s and engine shops through our retail outlets. New PMA approved parts are manufactured for certain engine models.
Aircraft Specialties, Inc. was started in 1985 by Don Fey and his son, Mark Fey, as a Part-145 repair station. The company started with only eight cores and three employees. Since then we've grown into a company of over 60 employees and upwards of 2000 cores, with many new services and products as well.
With a staff made up of 35% veterans, many with aviation backgrounds, our veteran-owned company has an internal culture created by strong core values. We use these values to create a premium customer experience and long-lasting relationships with our clients.
Aircraft Support and Services, Inc. has been a leading supplier of parts and services to the aviation industry for more than 20 years. Our goal is to provide you with your required part or accessory, at the best price available and within the shortest time possible.
ATI has the ability to support the rework/repair of landing gear/engine-mount components totally in-house from disassembly, cleaning, inspection and non-destructive testing, restoration processes, machining, assembly, final inspection and shipping to customer.
We have the capability to repair and overhaul B737, B747, B757, B767, B777, CFM56-3, CFM56-7B, and V2500 landing gear components and engine mount assemblies.
Airflow Performance Inc. (API) was founded by Don Rivera in 1984. An engineer and A&P, Don began his career at the Bendix Energy Controls Division, working for Elmer Haase, the inventor of the RS and RSA fuel injection system. Don ultimately became the Project Engineer responsible for the RS and RSA product line.
Airflow Performance has designed and built fuel injection systems for 2-stroke, 4-stroke, rotary, radial, air cooled, liquid cooled, naturally aspirated, and turbo/supercharged engines ranging from 60 to 3000 horsepower.
Incorporated in May of 1998, Airframe Component Repair became a veteran owned small business built upon delivering the very best in full-scale sheet metal fabrication. With company roots vested in the aviation repair business, primarily in the flight control surfaces overhaul and repair capacity, overwhelming customer demand led us into the direction of solely specializing in and offering master sheet metal fabrication and manufacturing services to businesses in all industries. Located in Savannah, GA, we proudly offer our services locally, as well as nationally.
Airframe Components by Williams, Inc., is a world renowned FAA/EASA approved Certified Repair Station located in the northeast corner of Indiana. With a reputation built on quality and honesty, we believe we have the finest wing and control surface rebuilding facility in the world.
Since 1990, AirGroup America, Inc. has been your trusted source for FAA-PMA replacement parts used in accessory components repair and overhaul. We specialize in bearings, gearshafts, carbon seals, carbon bearings/bushings, and other simple & complex machined parts. We can also work closely with your engineering department to facilitate your piece part DER Repair projects by providing reverse engineering support, production, and distribution. Whether you choose FAA-PMA or DER repair parts, we can save you substantial amounts of money over the OEM, along with greatly improved delivery.
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