Arinc Direct opens new Scottsdale facility

Aviation International News » April 2008
April 2, 2008, 6:10 AM

In response to increasing demand for services from general and corporate aviation customers, Arinc Direct has expanded and relocated its Scottsdale, Ariz. aircraft service and maintenance operations.

The company is now located in a new 50,000-sq-ft combined facility on the Northwest side of the Scottsdale, Ariz. Airport. The new location includes 40,000 sq ft of hangar space; 5,000 sq ft of office space and 5,000 sq ft of back-office space for sheet metal, avionics and interior work. The staff has expanded to 45 employees.

According to the company, the new facility offers state-of-the-art aircraft
services, equipment and technology as well as convenience. Customers can enjoy direct access to their aircraft from offices equipped with high-speed Internet and local and long-distance phone service, all in a high-security environment.

“We serviced and modified almost 1,000 aircraft last year. Our FAA-certified technicians are capable of maintaining a large spectrum of private and corporate aircraft, from single-engine pistons to the Gulfstream V,” general manager Jorge Gonzalez said.

Arinc Direct Scottsdale is an FAA-approved Part 145 repair station and EASA-certified facility. It offers a broad spectrum of aircraft maintenance services, including A through D checks, Phase 1 through 5 inspections, 12-, 24-, 36-, 48- and 72-month checks, line maintenance and AOG capability. It also features DER, STC, and field approvals, structural repair and modification, avionics support, integration and installation, and interior refurbishments and completions.

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