Precision Aviation Group (PAG), announces Precision Aviation Controls (PAC) is Now Honeywell Approved for Pratt & Whitney PT6 Series Fuel Accessory Support

ATLANTA, March 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Precision Aviation Group, Inc. (PAG), a leading provider of products and value-added services to the Worldwide Aerospace and Defense industry, is pleased to announce formal approval from Honeywell to provide Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) services for various PT6A and PT6T Engine Accessories through its subsidiary Precision Aviation Controls (PAC).

The capabilities have been added at PAG’s subsidiary Precision Aviation Controls (PAC), an FAA / EASA & ISO 9001 Approved Repair Station located in Independence, Kansas. PAC has been a Honeywell Authorized Warranty and Repair Station (AWARS) since 1995. The new PT6 approval encompasses the complete line of PT6 Fuel Accessories and complements PAC’s existing RR250 and LTS101 capabilities. This increases PAC’s MRO capability to over 1,200 unique part numbers.

“The addition of the PT6 series capability at PAC demonstrates our continuing commitment and dedication to meeting our customers’ needs by expanding our internal MRO capabilities,” said David Mast, PAG’s President & CEO. “Adding PT6 Fuel Accessory capabilities at PAC is a natural extension of the MRO Services and Support we currently provide through all of our existing business units. Additionally, it allows us to better support Fixed and Rotary Wing customers who operate aircraft that are powered by the PT6.”

Jim Robertson, President of PAC stated, “PAC has been a leader in Fuel Accessory MRO services since 1986. In conjunction with PAG’s acquisition of PAC in July, 2014, we have made significant investments in facilities, inventory, training, tooling and capabilities expansion, and will continue to expand the range of Fuel Accessory MRO services we can provide to our customers.”

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About Precision Aviation Group (PAG)
Precision Aviation Group (PAG) is a leading provider of products and value-added services to the worldwide aerospace and defense industry. With 10 locations and more than 250,000-square-feet of sales and service facilities in the United States, Canada, Australia and Brazil, PAG uses its distinct business units and customer-focused business model to serve aviation customers through two business functions – Aviation Supply Chain and its trademarked Inventory Supported Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (ISMRO®) services.

PAG provides MRO and Supply Chain Solutions for Fixed and Rotary-wing aircraft through: Precision Heliparts – PHP (www.heliparts.com); Precision Aviation Services – PAS (www.precisionaviationservices.com); Precision Accessories & Instruments – PAI (www.precisionaccessories.com); Precision Heliparts Canada – PHP-C (www.heliparts.ca); Precision Accessories & Instruments Canada – PAI-C (www.precisionaccessories.ca); PHP-Instruments & Accessories – PHP-IA (www.heliparts.la); Precision Heliparts – Brazil (www.precisionaviationgroup.com/php-br) Precision Aero Technology –PAT (www.precisionaerotechnology.com), Precision Heliparts – Australia – PHP-AU (www.precisionheliparts.com.au), Precision Accessories & Instruments – Australia (PAI-AU) (www.precisionaccessories.com.au) and Aviation Controls, Inc. – ACI (www.aviationcontrolsinc.com). PAG subsidiaries have MRO capabilities on over 35,000 products, including accessories, avionics, engine components, hydraulics, instruments, NDT, starter/generators, and wheels/brakes (www.precisionaviationgroup.com).

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