AirFlyte repair station adds Global Express and Falcon 900
AirFlyte – a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Rectrix Commercial Aviation Services – has received FAA approval to add the Bombardier Global Express and Dassault Falcon 900 to their Part 145 repair station operations specifications, allowing them to expand their capabilities to provide maintenance support for most Part 25 aircraft.
“The addition of the Global Express and Falcon 900 to our repair station is a direct result of the continued investment into our facilities and training in support of our tenant, transient, and aircraft-on-ground (AOG) market base.” said Richard Cawley, CEO of Rectrix Commercial Aviation services.
AirFlyte is headquartered in Westfield, Massachusetts and has been supporting the corporate aircraft industry since 1988. Acquired in 2012 by Rectrix Commercial Aviation Services, AirFlyte has added additional repair stations in Worcester, Massachusetts and Sarasota, Florida. They are also in the process of upgrading the facility at Laurence G. Hanscom Airport.