Elliott Aviation has expanded its network into Dallas with the acquisition of Four Points Aero on Love Field. The acquisition gives Elliott its fifth MRO, joining its headquarters facility in Moline, Illinois, and others in Minneapolis, Atlanta, and Des Moines, Iowa.
“The acquisition of Four Points Aero aligns with our mission to continuously meet and exceed our customer’s needs and expectations,” said Elliott president and CEO Greg Sahr. “We are excited to grow not only our footprint but also our team with the talented technicians working at Love Field.”
Four Points expands Elliott’s service capabilities to include Dassault Falcon 900B, 900EX, and 2000EX models. The business aviation services provider already has been authorized to service a range of Beechjet, Hawker, King Air, Premier, TBM, and Embraer airframes. It is also a Part 145 repair station on various Bombardier Challengers and Learjets, along with Cessna Citations and, at its Atlanta facility, certain Gulfstreams and Falcons.
The Love Field facility provides full-service airframe, engine, and avionics maintenance, repair, and overhaul. Elliott said the site will offer AOG services with FAA-licensed techs and well-stocked mobile repair vans.
“Adding a Texas-based MRO location to the Elliott footprint has been part of our strategy from the outset of our investment,” said Stephen Stites of Summit Park, Elliott’s investment partner.