50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

GA Telesis Launches ACCESS - the First-Ever Globally Positioned Aircraft Flight Control Surface Support Program

Download: Printable PDF Date: 01 Dec 2016 12:23 category:
Publisher:
GA Telesis Launches ACCESS - the First-Ever Globally Positioned Aircraft Flight Control Surface Support Program - Manufacturer publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

GA Telesis, LLC has launched ACCESS - a new ready-to-go exchange program for aircraft flight control surfaces. ACCESS connects airlines to its extensive pool of ready-to-go flight control surfaces, leveraging the world’s largest independent inventory of the GA Telesis’ Component Solutions Group (CSG) with the comprehensive repair and overhaul capabilities of GA Telesis’ Composite Repair Group (CRG). The new program offering will initially focus on operators of the Airbus A320 series fleet, the Airbus A330 and the Boeing 737NG family. The company has already entered into a launch agreement that will commence in Q1 2017 with a major US airline.

“Our new ACCESS program offering, coupled with our existing SNAP (“Strategic Nacelle Access Program”) solution enables GA Telesis to provide comprehensive nacelle and flight control surface coverage to our customers around the world from one dedicated source,” stated Jason Reed, President of GA Telesis’ Component Solutions Group. Our customers came to us with a problem and GA Telesis was uniquely able to harness its comprehensive inventory and in-house maintenance capabilities to build an integrated solution built around our customers’ specific needs,” he added.

See original image



Loading comments for GA Telesis Launches ACCESS - the First-Ever Globally Positioned Aircraft Flight Control Surface Support Program...


Recommended

yourways Partners with AeroCRS

We are pleased to welcome yourways to AeroCRS family, yourways just entered the market with flights to the northern German island region. yourways is the first European company to use a brand-new...

Brazil orders additional Airbus C295 search and rescue aircraft

Brazil has ordered an additional Airbus C295 search and rescue (SAR) aircraft that will eventually take to 15 the number of C295s in service with the Brazilian Air Force (FAB). This latest order co...

Passenger claim proves Vueling’s “technical issue” wrong

While aviation industry keeps expanding, its shortcomings are only getting worse – Eurocontrol 2017 data reveals increasing flight delays. Stuck in Barcelona waiting for her Vueling flight, Seli...

FltCtrl launches Flock, a unique online business aviation directory

London-based aviation IT solutions company FltCtrl has launched Flock.aero, a new, community-based global online directory of airports, FBOs, ground handlers and providers which can be accessed by the...