FAA approves merger to create Infinity Aircraft services

The FAA has approved the recent merger of Mobile Aircraft Services and B. Coleman MRO PBI, granting certification as a Part 145 repair station to the new company, Infinity Aircraft Services, the administration said.

This approval from the Federal Aviation Administration assures customers that all of Infinity´s programs, systems and compliance methods for the maintenance, inspection, alterations and aircraft products have been reviewed and tested.

Infinity Aircraft Services, a new aircraft MRO and AOG (Aircraft On Ground) support services company is headquartered at Palm Beach International Airport (KPBI) with an expanded service reach that includes DeKalb-Peachtree Airport (KPDK) in Atlanta, GA and the Gary/Chicago International Airport (KGYY).

Infinity Aircraft Services´ customers receive a range of services for business and general aviation aircraft, which include: scheduled inspections, avionics installation and service, engine and APU services, conformity and pre-purchase inspections, and interior refurbishments. Infinity Aircraft Services provides on-demand AOG support with rapid-response teams from the company´s three locations on a 24/7/365 basis.

Mobile Aircraft Services is based at Palm Beach International Airport (KPBI), an FAA-certified repair station that operates out of a 15,000-sq.ft. hangar. The company provides maintenance, AOG, interior, avionics, NDT and battery services.