executive aircraft maintenance expands with new location
November 30, 2018
Executive Aircraft Maintenance has re-located to Phoenix Sky Harbor. They now have access to 40,000 square feet of hangar space and are starting to focus on larger aircraft in addition to the smaller airframes they have maintained for decades. The new location and management team allows EAM to focus more heavily on expanding their services while improving the timeliness, reliability, and high level of attention to detail that existing customer have come to depend on.
The new hangar space and prime location improves EAM’s ability to service existing customers and allows for greater capabilities to manage the maintenance and avionics needs on a variety of new airframes. EAM is a Class III FAA part 145 repair station.
“This transition has been seamless for our existing customers. It is exciting to offer more space and more capabilities from our team,” said Jorge Gonzalez, VP of Operations at EAM. “We now have the ability to focus our resources on the avionics and maintenance needs of our customers while expanding into some new territory, including custom interiors.”
EAM provides complete, comprehensive services on most popular corporate jet and business aircraft. From engines, APUs, airframes and avionics, to interior refurbishments, EAM is quickly becoming a single source for their customers needs.
EAM’s current maintenance capabilities include Gulfstream, Beechcraft, Challenger, Legacy, King Air and Citation inspections and line maintenance, extensive sheet metal repairs/modifications, Raisbeck modification, and Blackhawk modifications. Their current Avionics capabilities include innovative ADSB installations from all the major avionics manufactures on aircraft up to midsize jets, Internet and Wi-Fi installations, full cockpit retrofits with G1000/G5000, Collins Pro-Line Fusion, G500/600 /GTN 750 as well as autopilots and general avionics troubleshooting and repair.
Executive Aircraft Maintenance is an authorized dealer for most major cockpit and cabin avionics equipment, and our in-house engineering regularly collaborates with (OEMs) for new supplemental type certificates (STCs).
Jeff Coffman, President/CEO of EAM said “Our goal is to reduce the complexity of owning and operating an aircraft by providing our customers with a single source for all of their aircraft needs.”
EAM’s employees are dedicated to excellence and innovation. “We not only do things the right way,” said Gonzalez, “we’re always looking for a better way. Ultimately, everything we do is to enhance the ownership and operating experience of our customers.”
EAM is asking customers to give them a call if they have questions or concerns about any of the changes and assures them that new Executive Aircraft Maintenance is better than ever.