Roswell, NM. March 13, 2020 -- This week CAVU Aerospace (FAA #77CR559D) announced that they have increased capacity for short term and long-term storage, maintenance and dismantling at their Roswell, NM. (KROW), Victorville, CA. (KVCV) and Stuttgart, AR (KSGT) facilities. With the Global Health Crisis, the Aviation industry is seeing there will be a rapid increase for support of aircraft storage and maintenance. CAVU Aerospace continues to provide quality expert fixed base and mobile dismantling services. The combined world class services and available locations make CAVU Aerospace a premier partner amidst these times.
“We have to be efficient and effective as an industry in times like this. It is important to find creative ways to work together with our airline and lessor customer base to weather this storm, which is why we are increasing capacity in all of our CAVU locations. Our teams both stationary and mobile are ready to respond when the call comes.” said Ken Kocialski, Partner CAVU Aerospace.
CAVU Aerospace works with all lessors, airlines and suppliers and is ready to respond to new requirements given the forecast for parked aircraft.
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 Component Repair and CAVU Aerospace Maintenance provide both component and airframe repair which create an integrated solution for CAVU clients. 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.