Mesa, AZ. April 3, 2020 – Today CAVU Component Repair (CCR), a division of CAVU Aerospace, announced it has received EASA 145 maintenance organization approval (certificate EASA.145.6925) in their 80,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art Mesa, Arizona facility. With this certification, CCR will look to enhance its aftermarket services and migrate towards enhancing its MRO capability across multiple platforms.
CAVU Component Repair is committed to providing excellent service to the aviation industry. The company supports the following ATA Chapters; 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 29, 32, 33, 35, 36, 38, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77 and 78. CAVU Component Repair is flexible and is prepared to create customized programs to support the customer. In addition, CCR offers 24/7/365 AOG (Aircraft on Ground) Support to maintain flight operations.
CAVU Aerospace Partner, Ken Kocialski commented, “receiving EASA approval for CCR was the next step in showing our commitment to better serve the industry and our customers. We are excited our hard work is paying off.”
“While the market is changing daily, we are playing offense and ready to support requirements when we receive the call” added Roy Hyde, CAVU Component Repair Senior VP.
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.