Cleveland Hopkins International Airport-based Constant Aviation will be opening a new accessory facility from which it will offer composite repair services for on- and off-wing repairs. “We are in the final stages of opening a new 15,000-sq-ft facility that will house both our new composite shop and the expansion of our accessory business. We decided it makes more sense to move that portion of our business to an offsite facility that will house all of our accessory repairs and a composite shop,” Stephen Maiden, the MRO’s president, told AIN. “As a result of the expansion we felt it was the right time to add to our current accessory capability, which primarily consists of major structural repairs, batteries, wheels, seats and power supplies.” The company is adding Embraer Legacy 600 and Beechjet thrust reverser and engine inlet repairs and replacements to its slate of capabilities. “We continue to look at new avenues to provide our customers with the broadest array of services possible. The addition of composite work to our current list of capabilities was the right next step to reaching that goal,” Maiden said.
Constant Aviation Expands Core Capabilities
- July 21, 2010, 6:53 AM