Executive Aircraft Management (EAM) has relocated from Arizona’s Scottsdale Airport to a larger facility at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The Class III FAA Part 145 repair station will now be a tenant of Swift Aviation at Sky Harbor and occupy a 40,000-sq-ft hangar, which can shelter the latest big business jets. With that increase in space, the company plans to focus on larger aircraft, in addition to the smaller airframes it has maintained over its decades-long history.
Currently, the company’s capabilities include Gulfstream, Beechcraft, Bombardier Challenger, Embraer Legacy, and Cessna Citation inspections and line maintenance, as well as extensive sheet metal repairs and modifications. The company also offers modifications from Raisbeck and Blackhawk.
As an authorized dealer for most cockpit and cabin avionics equipment, it can perform work ranging from repairs and simple installations to full cockpit retrofits. EAM specializes in ADS-B installations for aircraft up to midsize jets from all the major avionics manufacturers, as well as cabin connectivity systems and autopilots.
"This transition has been seamless for our existing customers," noted vice president of operations Jorge Gonzalez, adding the company is excited over the possibilities the additional space will offer. "We now have the ability to focus our resources on the avionics and maintenance needs of our customers, while expanding into some new territory, including custom interiors."