Precision Aviation Group (PAG) has expanded its footprint in Australia, adding 5,000 sq ft to its facility in Brisbane. The Atlanta-based company now has 10,000 sq ft under roof at Brisbane, and the expansion will allow for a new repair station for its Precision Accessories and Instruments Australia (PAI-AU) division. That unit joins PAG’s Precision Heliparts division (PHP-AU), which began serving the Australian rotary-wing market in January last year.
Atlanta-based Precision Aviation Group (PAG) has acquired Aero Technology of Long Beach, Calif. ATI provides accessories, avionics and instruments to the commercial transport, military and regional airline markets. Located on Long Beach International Airport, ATI operates out of a 25,000-sq-ft facility, employs 38 people including 18 technicians and holds FAA, EASA and airline certifications.
Precision Aviation Group’s Canadian companies, Precision Heliparts Canada (PHP-C) and Precision Accessories & Instruments Canada (PAI-C), are combining and moving into a new facility in Vancouver, British Columbia.