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King Aerospace engages Liberty Partners

Liberty Partners has reached an agreement with King Aerospace to provide the engineering and modification company with a full range of aerospace engineering services. “Liberty Partners will provide a value-added engineering service as we expand our business aircraft capabilities at our Ardmore, Oklahoma facility,” said Jerry King-Echevarria, chairman and founder of King Aerospace. “Their vast experience in providing a full range of aerospace engineering support will increase our capabilities and allow us to complete virtually any aircraft service and modification.”

Liberty Partners, with headquarters in Okmulgee, Oklahoma, USA, provides engineering, certification, and manufacturing support to aircraft operators, modification facilities, and manufacturers. With experience on a wide range of airframes including small general aviation, VIP business jets, and wide-body transports, LPI has grown from a provider of individual engineering services to a complete engineering design and certification project management organisation. “This business arrangement will allow us to build a long-term relationship providing seamless support to King Aerospace and its customers,” said Jesus Diaz, president of Liberty Partners.

Much of King Aerospace’s engineering and modification work is done at its 200,000ft² Ardmore, Oklahoma Service Center in the USA. The facility is equipped to handle wide-body airframes and virtually any size of business aircraft from Boeing Business Jets, Gulfstreams and Challengers to Falcons, Hawkers and Citations. The facility includes four hangars that incorporate a large aircraft paint bay as well as aircraft modification and refurbishment shops. In addition, the facility is an FAA Certified Repair Station.




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