Precision Aviation Group (PAG) has begun a project expanding its Atlanta headquarters. “We have been experiencing growth in our four companies–Precision Heliparts, Precision Avionics & Instruments, Precision Heliparts Canada and Precision Accessories & Instruments Canada,” said David Mast, president and CEO. It will be the company’s third expansion in the past 12 years.
Precision Turbines has entered into an agreement with Avatas Aerospace enabling Precision Turbines to offer customers a complete array of maintenance, repair and overhaul services for the PT6A.
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.
Rapid growth at Precision Aviation Group’s two Canadian subsidiaries prompted the addition of a new facility in Vancouver, British Columbia. The newly opened 15,000-sq-ft facility consolidates two locations, one at Vancouver International Airport and the other in Surrey, both of which had reached maximum capacity, according to Precision Aviation president David Mast.