Air Capital Interiors receives FAA repair station certificate

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Air Capital Interiors received its FAA repair station certificate on July 1, 2015, for the maintenance, repair and refurbishment of aircraft interior panels, cabinets, seats, floor coverings and interior-related components.

“This represents a major milestone for Air Capital Interiors,” said Rodney Wilson, president at the company. “Having the repair station certificate and the FAA’s approval to sign our own work back into service is a huge step forward. Now our work can go straight to the aircraft and that makes us more efficient and effective for our customers in a very time-sensitive marketplace.”

Air Capital Interiors has performed a variety of aircraft interior repairs – ranging from simple component refinishing to complete interior refurbishment/replacement – on 35 aircraft models since its inception in late 2013. In addition to the FAA repair station certificate, numerous Air Capital Interiors employees have received FAA repairman certificates.

“The process for obtaining an FAA repair station certificate is very rigorous and validates our processes and commitment to providing the highest quality craftsmanship possible,” said Wilson.

Located adjacent to Colonel James Jabara Airport in Wichita, Kansas, USA, Air Capital Interiors offers interior restoration, repair and refinishing for business aircraft.

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