Apex Aviation Expands Reach into Mexico with DGAC Nod

 - February 18, 2019, 11:34 AM

Apex Aviation received sign-off from the Mexican Direccion General de Aeronautica Civil (DGAC) as an approved maintenance organization, clearing the way for the Las Vegas MRO to perform repair and maintenance services on aircraft registered in Mexico. “Las Vegas is an international tourist destination, so it makes sense for us to be able to service aircraft from Mexico,” said Apex Aviation CEO Scott Bullock.

Founded in March 2014, the company operates from two locations in the Las Vegas region, including its 40,000-sq-ft hangar and corporate offices facility at Henderson Executive Airport (HND). It also operates a 21,000-sq-ft facility at North Las Vegas Airport (VGT).

The company provides maintenance, repair, modifications, ADS-B upgrades and avionics installations, and repairs and overhauls for turbine and piston airplanes and rotorcraft. Its VGT location also is an authorized Robinson Helicopter center.

In addition, the company offers global mobile repair services with “no borders,” noting it has traveled as far as Australia and Siberia to provide services.