Arnoni Aviation of Houston has expanded its landing gear and accessory shops by moving them to a 25,000-sq-ft facility adjacent to the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston. The new location includes more than 10,000 sq ft of environmentally controlled shop space. Planned expansion in Arnoni’s growing component overhaul services prompted the move.
“The new facility gives us the space we need to offer 125-series Hawker pneumatic component overhaul as well as expand on some existing overhaul areas,” said Chris Lesniak, director of sales and marketing. The expanded space will also accommodate additional manpower and equipment that will be dedicated to meet increased demand for the manufacturer-mandated overhaul of Hawker 125-series landing gear.
The 15-year-old company specializes in the manufacture, overhaul and repair of components for the 125 series Hawker. All parts are FAA- and EASA-approved to support domestic and international operators.