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global FBO network. Two years later, Midcoast became part of General Dynamics, when that company purchased Jet Aviation for $2.25 billion. Over the years, Midcoast

Ohio

Aero Propulsion Support, Inc, 108 May Dr.,

Harrison, OH 45030, 513-367-9452, FAX: 513-367-7930, aslattery@ aeropropulsion.com, www.aeropropulsion.com L-PP, L-SS, PP-3, (3)

Aviation’s St. Louis Downtown Airport facility – in Cahokia across the Mississippi from St. Louis, Missouri – has grown to fill nine hangars. Collectively, the plant covers 650,000 square feet (60,390 m2), and employs some 1,110 people. An additional 400 employees work in the company’s facility in Savannah, Georgia. Today, Midcoast offers Class IV MRO and completion services for Challenger, Embraer, Falcon, Global, Gulfstream and Hawker business jets. Midcoast in St. Louis covers

• Aviation Component Solutions,

See ad p. S16, 26451 Curtiss Wright Pkwy., Suite 106, Richmond Hts., OH 44143, www.acs-parts.com

Aviation Component Solutions (ACS) is a

leader in providing FAA/PMA replacement parts for commercial airframe and engine components. Our FAA approved catalog includes parts on a vast array of aircraft and engine systems, including: air conditioning, electrical power, flight control, hydraulic power, ice and rain protection, landing gear, pneumatic, water and waste, engine control, exhaust, starting, fire protection and oxygen distribution. ACS parts are approved through test and computation per FAA regulations and are equivalent or superior to the OEM parts. We work closely with our airline and MRO customers to address their areas of concern by engineering a solution at a fraction of the OEM price.

the gamut of business jet requirements. Its product lineup begins with full aircraft maintenance, from oil changes to letter checks. It has shops that handle airframe, metal and composite repairs; maintenance of engines, landing gear, avionics and

Cessna Toledo Citation Service Center,

11591 W Airport Service Rd., Swanton, OH 43558-9465, 419-866-6761, FAX: 419-866-1398 AAC-1, AAC-2, AAC-3, AF-1, AF-2, AF-3, AF-4, INS-1, INS-2, INS-3,

Cleveland Instrument Corp, 6397

Eastland Rd., Cleveland, OH 44142, 440-826-1800, FAX: 440-826-1649, cic@clevelandinstrument.com, www. clevelandinstrument.com INS-1, INS-2, INS-3, INS-4, L-INS, L-RAD, (2)

ARMEX®

CTL Aerospace Inc, 5616 Spellmire

Dr., World Park, CIncinnati, OH 45246, 513-874-7900, FAX: 513-874-2499 AAC-1, AF-1, AF-2, L-NDT, L-RB, L-SS, PP-1, PP-2, PP-3, RAD-3, (3)

Goodrich Aircraft Service Center, PO

Box 267, Green, OH 44232, 330-784-5477, FAX: 330-494-4228, www.deicerboots.com L-AF, (1)

Kett Tool Co, 5055 Madison Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45227, 513-271-0333, FAX: 513-271-5318, info@kett-tool.com, www. kett-tool.com

wire harnesses; calibration; and work on tires, brakes and interiors. The company also has FAA- certified Designated Engineering Representatives (DERs) on site to ensure that all work meets government regulatory standards. The FAA recently granted

Lane Aviation Corp, 4389 Intl Gateway, Columbus, OH 43219, 614-237-3747, FAX: 614-238-0049, bsherman@laneaviation.com, www.laneaviation.com AAC-2, AF-3, AF-4, L-AAC, L-AF, L-PP, PP-1, PP-3, (1-2-3-4)

SIFCO Applied Surface Concepts,

5708 E. Schaaf Rd., Independence, OH 44131, 216-524-0099, FAX: 216-524-6331, info@sifcoasc.com, www.sifcoasc.com L-SS

Snow Aviation International, 7201 Paul

Tibbets St., Columbus, OH 43217-1204, 614-492-7669, FAX: 614-482-7679, www.snowaviation.com, (1-6)

REPAIR CENTER DIRECTORY REPAIR CENTER DIRECTORY

Midwest Aircraft Products Co, 125 S Mill

St., Lexingtin, OH 44904, 419-522-2231, FAX: 419-522-4634, j.miller@midwestaircraft.com, www.midwestaircraft.com L-AF

National Flight Services Inc, 10971 E

Airport Service Rd., Toledo Express Airport, Swanton, OH 43558, 419-865-2311, FAX: 419-866-8322, sales@nationalflight.com, www.nationalflight.com AF-3, L-AAC, L-AF, L-NDT, L-PP, L-SS, SC1, SC2, SC7, SC8, (1-2-3-4)

Midcoast Aviation supplemental type certificate Organization Designation Authorization (STC ODA). The designation enables the company to produce STCs in-house in support of its maintenance, repair, overhaul and completions activities. The company’s 100-person

Northcoast Landing Systems Inc, 13005

York Delta Dr., Unit 2, North Royalton, OH 44133, 440-582-2919, FAX: 440-582-6069 L-AAC, L-LG, L-NDT, (4)

Rickenbacker Avionics LLC, Butler

County Regional Airport, 2820 Bobmeyer Rd., Hangar C-7, Hamilton, OH 45015, 513-892-3599, FAX: 513-892-4333, info@rickenbackeravionics.com, www. rickenbackeravionics.com INS-1, INS-2, INS-4, L-AF, L-INS, L-RAD, RAD-1, RAD-2, (2)

engineering department provides the design, analysis and testing required to support the complex and customized systems requested by Midcoast’s customers. In 2009, Midcoast produced 12 DAS (Designated Alteration Station) STCs with the assistance of the FAA. It now is able to execute them using its own ODA resources.

Oklahoma

The Ohio State University Airport,

2160 W Case Rd. Hgr# 3, Don Scott Field, Columbus, OH 43235-2526, 614-292-5653, FAX: 614-292-5011, aircraftmaintenance@ osuairport.org, www.osuairport.org AF-1, AF-3, L-AAC, L-INS, L-PP, L-SS, RAD-1, RAD-2, RAD-3, (1-2-3)

TSS Aviation Inc, 1150 Mosteller Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45241, 513-618-9588, FAX: 513-771-0162, scottnichols@tssaviation.com L-PP, L-SS, PP-3, (3)

Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Div., 940 Redna

Terrace, Cincinnati, OH 45215, 513-772-1461, FAX: 513-772-0149 L-AF, L-PP, L-SS

Winner Aviation Corp, 1453 Youngstown

Kingsville Rd. NE, Youngstown-Warren Regional Air, Vienna, OH 44473, 330-856-5000 AF-3, L-AAC, L-AF, L-INS, L-PP, L-PRP, RAD-1, RAD-2, RAD-3, (1-2-3-4-5-6)

AAR Aircraft Services OK, 10528

Applegrove Cir., Midwest City, OK 73130-7060, 405-733-3829, (1-2-4-6)

Aero Component Repair LLC, 3625

W Arkansas St., Durant, OK 74701, 580-924-7999, FAX: 580-924-9669, acrco1@aol.com L-PP, L-SS, (3)

Test Capabilities

The St. Louis facility is FAA-approved to conduct non-destructive tests (NDTs). “Our NDT technicians are members of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing [ASNT],” says Madsen. “They use radiographic (x-ray), eddy current, magnetic particle, dye-penetrant and ultrasonic testing to check an aircraft’s structural integrity.” The company is equipped with the ComScan 160 II backscatter X-ray system, “which is the most sophisticated tool available for conducting NDT inspections today,” Madsen adds. The Midcoast-St. Louis facility

Aircraft Power & Services Inc, 2415

W Arkansas St., Durant, OK 74701, 580-920-0535, FAX: 580-920-1235, dowens@apsmro.com, www.apsmro.com L-AAC, L-NDT, L-PP, L-SS, PP-3, SC7, SC8, (3-5)

Aircraft Structures International

Corp, RR 5, PO Box 41B, Enid, OK 73701, 580-242-5907, FAX: 580-242-5834, mstowers@asic.aero, www.asic.aero AF-3, L-AF, L-PP, SC1, (1)

ATI Sales & Services, Inc, 2415 W Arkansas

St., Durant, OK 74701-4830, 580-920-0535, (3-5)

Aviation Services Unlimited, Inc, Hangar

6, Wiley Post Airport, 7200 Millionaire Drive, Bethany, OK 73008, 405-787-8111, FAX: 405-787-0010, Westwinddoctor@aol.com, www.westwinddoctor.com AF-4, L-AF, L-PP, L-SS, PP-3, SC7, (1-2-3-5-6)

Brown Aviation Inc, 1902 N Norwood, Tulsa, OK 74115, 918-835-6860, FAX: 918-636-7220 L-INS, L-PP, L-RAD, L-SS, RAD-1, RAD-2, RAD-3, (2)

also offers a complete paint booth operation. Its services include initial paint stripping, rivet-line filling, etch and alodine preparation, customized paint color matching, three undercoats of base color, bright work polishing and final detailing. The company is proud of its painting prowess, as is reflected in its slogan: “DaVinci. Michelangelo. Van Gogh. Picasso. These guys have nothing on Midcoast.”

Capital Aviation Inc, 5500 Phillip J. Rhoades, Hgr 17, Bethany, OK 73008, 405-495-1141, FAX: 405-495-1153, info@ capitalaviation.com, www.capitalaviation. com L-AF, L-INS, RAD-1, RAD-2, SC1, SC2, SC4, (1-2-6)

D & B Aircraft Engines, 5508 N

Rockwell Ave., Bethany, OK 73008-2051, 405-495-0457, FAX: 405-495-9021, dandbaircraft@birch.net, www. dbaircraftengines.com AAC-1, AAC-2, L-AAC, L-NDT, L-PP, PP-1, PP-2, SC6

ETI nc., 8131 E 46th St., Tulsa, OK 74145, 918-627-8484, FAX: 918-627-8446, andy. clark@etitulsa.com, www.etitulsa.com L-NDT, L-PP, L-SS, (3)

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FAA Certified Repair Station

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