Precision Aviation Group (PAG) is a leading provider of products and value-added services to the worldwide aerospace and defense industry. With sales/service facilities in the U.S. and Canada, PAG uses its distinct business units and customer-focused business model to serve aviation customers through two business functions—Aviation Supply Chain and Inventory Supported Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (ISMRO). PAG was founded in 1993 with Precision Heliparts (PHP) and in 2002 opened Precision Heliparts-Canada (PHP-C) in Vancouver, BC. PAG acquired Precision Avionics & Instruments (PAI) in 2005 from Dallas Airmotive and acquired Pegasus Aircraft Components to launch Precision Accessories & Instruments (PAI-C) in 2007. PAG is a premier MRO facility and carries unlimited instrument, avionics and accessories ratings from FAA, as well as EASA and Transport Canada certifications.
|PAG can now overhaul and repair brakes on many fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft.
Precision Aviation Group
During 2010, PAG continued to grow despite a slow economy, as the company expanded its sales and service areas in the Atlanta, Ga. facility to 65,000 square feet and consolidated its Canadian operations into a new 25,000-square-foot facility in Vancouver. Also in 2010, PAG acquired the assets of Dallas-based Avcenter, an MRO specializing in wheels, struts and brake accessories.
The purchase allowed PAG to upgrade services to its customers operating many popular fixed-wing and rotary-wing turboprop aircraft. The test and repair equipment was moved to the Atlanta facility, located near Hartsfield-Jackson Intl Airport. PAG is a Goodrich Authorized Repair Center (ARC). PAG teams with OEMs like Goodrich to provide even more products and MRO services for its customers.
Simply put, ISMRO is the combining of the traditional parts distributor functions with repair station functions and is the new model for parts support providers. Like a traditional parts distributor, PAG companies are distributors for many brand-name instruments, including Mid-Continent, RC Allen and United as well as electrical accessories such as Globe and AAE, to name a few. However, unlike the traditional parts distributor, PAG also provides extensive repair and overhaul capabilities which includes accessories, avionics and instruments. Our facilities in Atlanta, Ga. and Vancouver, BC contain over 90,000 square feet and 98 employees.
PAG processes thousands of accessories, avionics, instruments, and other rotable items for repair/overhaul each year. Our technicians average over 12 years experience in the general aviation field, and our sales team members average over 14 years of service experience. PAG has a long history of expertise in repairs management, its employees have extensive knowledge of the industry and it has built strong relationships with OEMs and repair stations. This allows PAG to reduce turnaround times, and lower customers’ repair costs.
PAG maintains an inventory of more than 50,000 line items to support its customers. The company is an authorized distributor for many manufacturers and distinguishes itself by providing technical expertise and exceptional customer service.
The expertise and skill of PAG’s highly trained technicians provide solutions to a variety of repair problems. With overhaul/repair capabilities on more than 8,500 items and six separate shops totaling more than 30,000 square feet, the company specializes in the overhaul of accessories, avionics and instruments.
PAG maintains more than 50,000 line items in stock and ready for immediate shipment to get your helicopter flying again. Want contract pricing for repairs and guaranteed exchange availability for components? PAG does that. Need to buy spares or lease a spares box? PAG has it covered. Both Atlanta and Vancouver are international and domestic hubs with direct flights to more than 200 cities in North America and the world. Ã¢âÂ
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