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Matrix Keeps ’em Flying

 - November 29, 2006, 4:46 AM

A fast response to AOG alarms is a challenge to which Matrix Aviation (Booth No. 1312) has become accustomed in support of corporate, regional and helicopter operators and maintenance facilities worldwide. From its headquarters in Wichita, Kansas, and supported by an international office in Southend, England, Matrix aims to meet urgent avionics, instrumentation and radar needs wherever they may be.

To meet the highest quality standards, all equipment held by Matrix is certified by the OEM or by FAA/EASA authorized repair facilities, ensuring that all items are dispatched in a ready-to-install condition.

Claiming one of the most extensive inventories in the world, Matrix also purchases equipment that is no longer required by operators, but to maintain its position as a reliable source for avionics equipment, it sets out to acquire the latest developments. For example, owners of Piper Saratoga and Seneca aircraft can now source the extremely compact and lightweight Checkpoint engine monitoring equipment from the company. Its digital display is said to fit perfectly in most Piper instrument panels.

Meanwhile the Horizon Aerospace engine monitoring equipment for the Piper Mirage can also be supplied by Matrix to provide both in-flight and post-flight information  to simplify maintenance decision-making.