Mesa, AZ. January 24, 2020 -- CAVU Aerospace announced it has received their FAA Air Agency Certificate, SR6R638D, for their CAVU Component Repair station based in Mesa, Arizona. With this approval, CAVU Component Repair will have the capability to repair
airframe components, accessories and landing gear in accordance with its operation specifications.
This 80,000 square feet facility is equipped with state-of-the tooling and machinery. It will offer quality repair on flight controls, flap tracks, flap carriages, and landing gear for most Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft types. Their repair capabilities with be expanded in the future.
Last year, CAVU Aerospace announced that CAVU Component Repair would be led by industry veteran, Roy Hyde, former President & CEO of a tier one FAA repair station. “We are excited to add this level of support to the comprehensive solutions we offer. Our component repair facility will further enable us to be a one stop solution for the industry,” said Roy Hyde.
CAVU Aerospace is now accepting orders. For questions about capabilities, please contact email@example.com.
“Our team has worked hard at putting this dream into reality and we are finally here. We know that with the expertise of Roy and our entire repair team we will have a winning and quality combination” added Ken Kocialski, Partner CAVU Aerospace.
About CAVU Aerospace
Founded in 2010, CAVU Aerospace Inc. is one of the world’s leading providers of asset management, disassembly & recycling services, and creator of the suite of CAVUSmartServices™ which include the patent pending CAVU SmartTags™, a secure inventory real-time tracking system, CAVUSmartMRO™, CAVUSmartBids™, and CAVUSmartLogistic™. As of today, CAVU has three fixed based disassembly locations including Stuttgart, Arkansas, Roswell, New Mexico and Victorville, California as well as mobile teams to travel to where the plane is located. CAVU Aerospace provides customized on-site and mobile part out solutions. CAVU’s consignment services support various airframe and engine models including both wide and narrow body Boeing & Airbus models, Bombardier and Embraer.