Robinson Aerospace moves to Fort Worth Alliance Airport

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Robinson Aerospace has completed its relocation from Coppell, Texas, to Fort Worth Alliance Airport in Texas. The company offers services including green and retrofit completion, MRO, upholstery and veneer replacement from a 217,000ft² campus incorporating hangars, backshops, design showrooms, offices and conference suites.

“Our current hangars predominately accommodate business jets, with 14 available bays for top-tier jets like the Global Express, Challenger 604 and Falcon 7X, etc., with all the required on-site support shops and expertise to handle everything from a simple maintenance check or interior refresh to full interior retrofits and major MRO services,” said Mark Robinson, the company’s vice president of sales.

The company will also take on narrow- and wide-body VVIP interior projects. The company already redelivered a Challenger 604 in early September 2017, following an interior refresh and 12/24-month inspection. “The aircraft was delivered on-time and in budget,” said Robinson.

October 4, 2017

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