Aviation Avionics and Instruments Inc. (AAIC), a provider of aircraft components maintenance, repair and overhaul, has announced the expansion of repair services with the asset acquisition of Scott Instrument Company (Scott Instrument) located in Prescott, Arizona, the company said.
Scott Instrument´s long history in repairing aircraft instruments, servicing a number of military and rotary wing customers, further expands the broad capabilities of AAIC. Since 1953, Scott Instrument has been a supplier of instrument and accessory repairs spanning a number of cockpit and aircraft systems.
The company has grown over the years utilizing a very simple business model focusing on reliability, relationships, responsiveness and overall delivered value to the customer. Current Scott Instrument´s employees will be joining the AAIC team, and with experience and expertise spanning over 30 years in aviation, they will ensure a seamless transition for all customers.
The assets of Scott Instrument will become a part of AAIC and together the combined resources will provide best-in-class MRO services for the defense, commercial aviation and helicopter industries. The expanded capabilities and technical expertise as a result of this asset purchase will provide customers with superior service and support on a number of aircraft platforms.
With over 30 years of experience in aviation MRO, AAIC provides component repair and support services to the commercial airlines, regional operators, rotary wing and military customers. Components serviced include avionics, instruments and accessories.
AAIC is a subsidiary of the Sunvair Aerospace Group, which provides a broad range of component MRO services including complete landing gear overhaul and quick turn chrome plate and grind services. Sunvair has built a reputation among aircraft operators for high quality, responsive customer service, innovative repairs and rapid turnaround times.