Comlux Aviation Services expands maintenance
The Indianapolis based subsidiary of Comlux has expanded its maintenance and refurbishment facilities to narrow body VIP aircraft, such as Airbus Corporate Jets and Boeing Business Jets.
While the completion centre for Comlux, Comlux America, focuses now exclusively on green completions for narrow body Airbus and Boeing VIP cabins, Comlux Aviation Services has transitioned into a maintenance & refurbishment centre for the Comlux Group for both narrow body and mid sized/heavy jets.
Since 2008, Comlux Aviation Services has obtained successively the qualifications and approvals required to offer business jet owners a true quality product while maintaining on time delivery.
Comlux Aviation Services is a Bombardier authorized service facility for Learjets, Challengers and Globals. The company are also an FAA approved Gulfstream repair station for G-II, G-IIB, G-III, G-IV and G-IVSP. In 2012, Comlux Aviation Services was approved by Embraer Executive Jets as a Legacy 600/650 authorised service centre and we were also selected for the first independent Lineage 1000 ASC in North America.
With the opening of Comlux America’s brand new hangar facilities in Indianapolis in 2012, Comlux Aviation Services has taken advantage of the free space and has expanded its workshops.
Comlux Aviation Services recruited new members that are industry veterans in order to reinforce the teams: Jim Soleo and Joe Spring were respectively appointed VP of operations and director of sales.
“We are fortunate to have Jim and Joe on our team. Their experience and background are strong assets during this important milestone of the company.” said David Edinger CEO and president of Comlux Aviation Services and Comlux America.
“Our new direction will not only increase our efficiency but will also create synergies between our two US based facilities. With the new management team in place and the growing facilities, I am confident that Comlux Aviation Services will progress into one of the best business aviation maintenance centres in the United States,” Edinger concluded.