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Sunvair, a division of Sunvair Aerospace Group, Achieves Important Milestone

April 02 2024

Sunvair Milestone

Sunvair Aerospace Group proudly announces a significant achievement for its Sunvair division in support of The Boeing Company. Sunvair recently completed its inaugural Boeing 787 landing gear shipset overhaul, marking a pivotal milestone in its commitment to excellence in aerospace maintenance.

The success of this project underscores Sunvair’s unwavering dedication to quality and reliability. Sunvair Group’s vertical integration, which includes the cutting-edge HVOF capability of Mingo Aerospace and the wire harness and proximity sensor overhaul expertise of AAIC, enabled the organization to execute the overhaul with exceptional precision and efficiency. This accomplishment is a testament to the skill and determination of Sunvair's best-in-class workforce, whose expertise and determination ensure exceptional results, meeting, and exceeding industry standards.

Kerry Jarandson, CEO of Sunvair Aerospace Group, expressed pride in the achievement, stating, "This milestone exemplifies our relentless pursuit of excellence and our enduring partnership with Boeing. We invite global customers to experience Sunvair Group’s Engineered Reliability, where quality and commitment converge to redefine aerospace maintenance standards." Sunvair continues to lead the industry, delivering unparalleled service, and setting new benchmarks for reliability and performance.

Media Contact: Justin Saxbury, Vice President of Global Sales, JSaxbury@sunvairgroup.com

Sunvair Inc., a division of Sunvair Aerospace Group (SAG), expands USGov services.

March 18 2024

Sunvair Aerospace Group, in collaboration with V2X and sister company Mingo Aerospace, has achieved a significant milestone by obtaining production approval for landing gear components. This achievement showcases strategic advancement in addressing critical obsolescence issues within military aviation. The approval represents the culmination of extensive efforts to overcome production hurdles and ensure the continued operational readiness of vital training equipment for US Military pilots and creates a foundation for addressing similar challenges in the future.

The partnership between Sunvair Aerospace Group and V2X underscores the power of collaboration in tackling complex aerospace manufacturing issues. By pooling resources, expertise, and capabilities, they have been able to navigate regulatory requirements and technical challenges while mitigating obsolescence risks. Furthermore, the expansion of services offered to the US Military represents a strategic move by the Sunvair Aerospace Group to strengthen its position as a trusted provider of aerospace solutions. The company can now offer a broader range of products and services tailored to the specific needs of military aviation. This not only enhances the company's solution portfolio but also solidifies its reputation as a reliable partner in the defense sector. By leveraging partnerships, innovation, and a commitment to excellence, the Sunvair Group can continue to overcome challenges and deliver cutting-edge solutions to meet the demands of fleet longevity.

Matt Tatman, Director of Sales noted “This an excellent example of Sunvair Groups commitment to fleet sustainability, providing additional value to our partners like V2X, and our collective end customer (USGov)”.

AAIC Engineering Develops Display Repair Specification for ISIS Model C16786

January 30 2024

AAIC's new Repair Specification (RS) is substantiated by AARSE1019M which states the failed display is identified through testing and is replaced with a new or serviceable component with equivalent electrical ratings and quality. This RS applies to customer supplied P/N E38116BA, FA display assembly inside the ISIS unit model C16786 series. The cost savings for these displays are significant and availability will be a non-factor. For more information, please contact Jay Perez at jay.perez@sunvairgroup.com

AAIC Engineering Developes LED Logo Light LH/RH Repair Specification

January 24 2024

This Repair Specification (RS) describes the procedures for repairing/reworking customer supplied P/N 2LA456342-01.-02, -03, and -04 LED Logo Lights. The lights come in for service with the need for various repairs due to damaged/defective PCB components, non-functioning LED's or thermal shutdown due to overheating issues. This repair is substantiated by AAERE1014M which states the failed components are identified through testing and are replaced with new or serviceable components with equivalent electrical ratings and quality. This RS salvages over 95% of the units that come in for repair. For more information, please contact: Jay Perez at jay.perez@sunvairgroup.com

AAIC Signs Amendment to Repair Services Agreement with Ontic to support Weather Radar Program

January 01 2024

AAIC signs Amendment to Repair Services Agreement with Ontic Engineering and Manufacturing. This Amendment allows for the repair of the RDR4A/B Weather Radar Systems. AAIC is an authorized Service Center for these products that are installed across a wide range of platforms. AAIC has the test equipment and parts support from Ontic and can service existing and new customers worldwide. For more information, please contact Jay Perez at jay.perez@sunvairgroup.com

AAIC Engineering Develops Display Repair Specification for ISIS Models C16221 & C16393

January 01 2024

AAIC's new Repair Specification (RS) is substantiated by AARERE1018M which states the failed display is identified through testing and is replaced with new, or a serviceable component with equivalent electrical ratings and quality. This RS applies to customer supplied P/N E24119C, D, F, G display assemblies inside the ISIS units for Model C16221 and C16393 series. The cost savings for these displays are significant and availability will be a non-factor. For further information, please contact Jay Perez at jay.perez@sunvairgroup.com

AAIC Engineering Develops Display Repair Specification for ISIS Models C16221 & C16393

January 01 2024

AAIC's new Repair Specification (RS) is substantiated by AARERE1018M which states the failed display is identified through testing and is replaced with new, or a serviceable component with equivalent electrical ratings and quality. The RS applies to customer supplied P/N E24119C, D, F, G display assemblies inside the ISIS units for Model C16221 and C16393 series. The cost savings for these displays are significant and availability will be a non-factor. For further information, please contact Jay Perez at jay.perez@sunvairgroup.com

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