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GA Telesis Acquires Additional Composite MRO Facility

  • Tuesday, 8th February 2011
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GA Telesis has acquired Ultimate Aircraft Composites (UAC), a Fort Lauderdale, Florida based component maintenance and repair organisation.

UAC, established in 2002, is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in a 45,000 square foot facility. The company is currently capable of supporting the repair and manufacture of Bombardier, Airbus, Boeing, Douglas and Embraer structural and composite components including, but not limited to, tail cones, radomes, doors, and flight control surfaces as well as nacelle and thrust/fan reverser actuation systems. Additionally, the Company maintains several contracts for the repair of structural military components for various governmental and military agencies.

“”Expansion of our composites and structural businesses will allow GA Telesis to expand on the services it currently provides to the world’s leading airlines,”” stated Brad Herring, General Manager GA Telesis Component Repair Group. “”The addition of military component capability to our existing range of commercial and regional aircraft capability will allow us to complete the circle of complex composite and structural repair services,”” he added.

GA Telesis Composite Repair Group will be added to the family of component MROs owned by GA Telesis, LLC.


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