Constant Aviation Launches Care Program

AINmxReports » January 13, 2010
January 13, 2010, 11:07 AM

After building a parts and rotables inventory worth more than $25 million, Constant Aviation is now making it available to the corporate aviation community. “Under our new Constant Aviation Rotable Exchange (Care) program we have increased our inventory to cover 4,000 line items, including expendable parts and particularly rotable exchanges. We also have a dedicated team available 24 hours a day and a searchable Web site,” president Stephen Maiden told AIN. “Care was developed to fill what we saw as an industry need for a more efficient option for purchasing and exchanging aircraft parts,” he said. Gulfstream, Embraer Legacy, Hawker, Citation and Beechjet maintenance have been areas of specialization for Ohio-based Constant Aviation. The facility is located on Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, which is well served by Continental Airlines. “Between Continental’s schedule and the FedEx 7:30 p.m. last call, we are able to support AOG situations and have parts and rotables anywhere in the U.S. typically the same day and certainly by next day,” Maiden said. The company also has three more strategically located distribution centers around the country and agreements with couriers for rapid-response shipping.

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