Columbus, Ohio-based Spirit Aeronautics is introducing a new level in its AOG and on-site service capabilities. “Customers don’t always have the choice of bringing us the aircraft or have time to wait for service,” said Tony Bailey, president of Spirit Aeronautics. With that in mind, the company created its Aircraft-on-Demand Service Program to support customers who cannot move the aircraft for physical or financial reasons. “We will provide avionics, interior and maintenance service at their location, when they need it,” he added. According to Bailey, Spirit Aeronautics will dispatch a team via new company vans or fly teams to the customer’s airport on the company aircraft.
In addition, Spirit Aeronautics can provide AOG parts support anywhere in the world through an extensive network and supplier authorizations.
Spirit Aeronautics, a trade name of Spirit Avionics, offers worldwide aviation services to corporate, military, private, government and commercial aircraft operators. The MRO is principally engaged in the refurbishment, design, development, completions, management, engineering, material supply, integration and sustainment of business, private, military and government aircraft.