Wisconsin Aviation Consolidates Maintenance Complex

AINmxReports » October 29, 2008
October 29, 2008, 8:30 AM

With the opening of a new 10,800-sq-ft avionics facility, all of Wisconsin Aviation’s maintenance operations at Dane County Regional Airport in Madison are consolidated in one set of buildings called the Technical Service Complex. Now avionics and aircraft maintenance services are all done in co-located buildings, according to Wisconsin Aviation, “providing one-stop service for any technical need.” Wisconsin Aviation has operations at three airports–Dane County, Watertown Municipal and Dodge County in Juneau. At Madison 21 technicians offer factory-authorized maintenance on Cessna, Cirrus, Piper and Socata aircraft, and Wisconsin Aviation is a dealer and installation center for avionics manufacturers Garmin, Honeywell, S-Tec/Meggitt, L-3, Avidyne, Aspen Avionics and others. Wisconsin Aviation is also an FBO, offering a flight school, aircraft sales, charter and aircraft interior refurbishment. The Watertown location is Wisconsin Aviation’s headquarters and also provides maintenance, avionics and interior services.

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