17 May 2017

MRO Constant Aviation To Open 74,500 Sq Ft Facility @ PMGA

MRO Adds New Location with Addition of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Hangar
CLEVELAND, OHIO — May 8, 2017 – Constant Aviation, offering full-service maintenance, repair, and overhaul with a nationwide network, today announced they have reached an agreement to open a new location in Mesa, Arizona.
Source: Constant Aviation/Media News
Located at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, the state-of-the-art facility contains 74,500 total square feet of space, with 50,000 square feet of total hangar space, fully optimized for MRO operations.

Stephen Maiden, President, Constant Aviation
Constant Aviation appointed Stan Younger to serve as regional Vice President, responsible for overseeing the full implementation of the new site, and Scott Sweeny to oversee site operations. Stephen Maiden, President and CEO of Constant Aviation, advised, “Our goal is to have the Mesa location operational in the third quarter of 2017. We will be working diligently to identify and hire top talent, as well as secure all necessary equipment.”
With existing locations in Cleveland, Orlando, and Las Vegas, the addition of Mesa, Arizona will be Constant Aviation’s second location on the West Coast.
 Maiden noted, “Our Las Vegas facility will maintain operations, focusing on unscheduled maintenance and AOG response, as well as retain its Embraer Authorized Service Center status. We are excited to be entering the next phase in Constant’s journey to becoming the top performing MRO in the nation.”
About Constant Aviation
Constant Aviation is a leading expert in aircraft maintenance and one of the fastest-growing MROs in the U.S. with an unsurpassed commitment to meeting the changing needs of the airline industry. Customers rely on the company’s dedicated team of experts for a comprehensive range of services, including scheduled inspections, repairs, component testing, avionics systems and much more.

Published on Feb 15, 2016 Find out what Service means to the Constant Aviation Team

At its state-of-the-art facilities, Constant Aviation provides the personal attention and service of an in-house, on-site maintenance team with the capabilities, experience and expertise of a national network of facilities and partners. In every maintenance event, Constant Aviation enhances its customers’ bottom line by maximizing aircraft availability, enhancing predictability and minimizing the cost of operating an aircraft. The company operates a factory-authorized service center for Embraer Legacy/135/145 series aircraft. Through Air Services, customers receive innovative distribution and supply chain management solutions as well.
"We started with a vision for Constant to become a specialized and unique company. Today, they’re one of the best aircraft rebuilders, modification, structural repair and insurance experts in the industry. It’s in their DNA, so they have really carved a unique niche for themselves."
— Kenneth C. Ricci, Principal, Directional Aviation Capital
Source: Directional Aviation Portfolio

Constant Aviation has locations at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Cuyahoga County Airport, Orlando Sanford International Airport, and Las Vegas International Airport. Constant specializes in airframe and engine maintenance, major repairs, avionics, interior refurbishment, paint, parts distribution and accessory services. As one of the fastest growing MRO’s in the country, Constant Aviation understands the importance of aircraft availability, predictability and minimizing operational costs for their customers. Constant Aviation has raised the bar in aircraft maintenance expectations and provides customers with a one-stop shop option when it comes to maintenance events. For more information, please visit www.constantaviation.com or call 216.261.7119.  Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
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Constant Aviation
Aimee Daltonmedia@constantaviation.com



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