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AAT Introduces One Of A Kind Repair


Advantage Aviation


Technologies (AAT) of Cleburne Texas recently announced a new innovative repair that will save American Eurocopter operators and repair facilities thousands of dollars on what once was a needless expense. Up till now if an Oil or Hydraulic Tanks sight glass became broken, the entire tank was scraped. Not anymore! AAT has developed a state of the art repair that allows just the glass to be repaired and saves the tank and money. David MacDonald CEO of Advantage Aviation Technologies said, “This is going to save the American Eurocopter industry tens of thousands of dollars in what has been a needless waste.” He went on to say “we’re very excited about this state of the art repair in what it’s going to save operators and shops in money and time. AAT is the only repair facility in the industry to have and offer this repair, and we can offer it to ALL American Eurocopter’s models. We’re very excited about this and we think our customers will also.” Advantage Aviation


Technologies Cleburne is an


independent FAA certified repair station and an author- ized PMA since 1993. AAT offers and develops repairs on components that the OEM does not address. AAT has both Air Agency and EASA Certificates. AAT is approved vendor for American Eurocopter and Gulfstream Aerospace.


Advantage Aviation Technologies specializes in:


• Expanded hydraulic capa- bilities for helicopter hydraulic pumps and packs overhaul & repairs • Helicopter Oil and Hydraulic tank repairs with sight glass replacement • Exhaust repairs • Blocker Doors • Firewall repairs


• Sheet metal fabrication and repairs


• Air inlets


• Aerospace welding • Landing gear repair and overhaul


• Non-destructive testing • 24 hour/ 7 day AOG service • Repairs for American Eurocopter, Aerospatiale, Boeing 737 Series, Dassault Falcon, King Air, Gulfstream, SAAB, Bell Helicopter, Embraer, Bombardier, and others ◆


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