Trine Aerospace Refines Focus on Business Aviation Legacy Airframes

Colorado Springs, CO, April 14, 2016 — Trine Aerospace has renewed their dedication on business aircraft maintenance, modification and engineering with a distinct focus on legacy airframes including Learjet, Citation and Hawker. Trine Aerospace began enhancing their business aviation maintenance capability and resources by first welcoming Andy Olson as a key technical component in their company and acting General Manager. Andy has 30 years of business aircraft maintenance experience specializing in heavy maintenance on the Learjet airframe. Andy will be present at Trine Aerospace’s exhibit (Booth # 835) at the 2016 Maintenance Managers Conference in Kansas City, MO on May 3- 5. “Trine Aerospace has invested in highly trained and experienced technical experts as well as tooling and technical data to accommodate inspections and maintenance services on the targeted aircraft.” said Andy Olson, General Manager of Trine Aerospace, ” We have developed a deep range of capabilities for these airframes including maintenance, avionics installations, RVSM certifications and much more,” he continued. Trine Aerospace’s increased capability and expertise has not gone unnoticed, with the company’s recent completion of an A to D checklist on a Lear 55, a 2A+ on a Falcon 20 , Phase A1-6 on Lear 35’s, multiple inspection Docs on CE-525’s, CJ 2’s & CJ-3’s. Trine Aerospace also has upcoming commitments to perform a 12-year inspection on a Lear 35A, a 12-year/12,000-hr inspection on Lear 55 and a C check on a Falcon 20. In addition to heavy inspection and maintenance capability, Trine Aerospace also has the ability to engineer, manufacture and certify parts and components for these often overlooked airframes, providing much-needed solutions for operators. Trine Aerospace will have technical and business personnel onsite at MMC in order to discuss and demonstrate their capability and experience in providing economical solutions for maintenance, repair and upkeep of these legacy airframes, all while keeping downtime to a minimum.