AMFIL Aviation Consulting & Celtic Aerospace Announce Strategic Partnership 

Effective immediately, AMFIL Aviation Consulting and Celtic Aerospace announced that they have entered into a teaming agreement designed to offer their clients enhanced levels of revenue and growth potential, supported by exceptional business support services and increased international market exposure.

AMFIL and Celtic Aerospace share extensive experience in the areas of operational consulting, business-to-business networking, business development and strategy, sales, and supply chain and network development. For both companies, the goal of the teaming arrangement is to combine their experience and expertise to offer elevated levels of support to the international base of aviation clients, and new customers that require their specialized portfolio of services. 

“At AMFIL, we strive to develop and support excellence in every aspect of the aerospace and defense industry,” said David Clark, CEO and president of AMFIL (US Navy-Retired) “said his motivation for the teaming agreement with Celtic Aerospace. “Our team of experienced professionals provides unparalleled service and expertise to ensure our client’s success. I firmly believe that adding the experience, skills and expertise of Celtic Aerospace to our team will enable us to offer enhanced levels of customer-focused market expertise that will serve to improve our capability to meet the expectations of our clients and distribution partners.”

Clark cites Celtic Aerospace’s proven experience in providing its clients services that include maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), aviation operators, mission equipment manufacturers and distributors and airport and fixed base operators (FBO) as well as a diverse range of value-added services including strategy development, business planning, rotary-wing maintenance, repair and overhaul and mission equipment supply services, sales and marketing, corporate communications and media relations and brand development and management.

Dave McGrath, president of Celtic Aerospace (Canadian Airforce-Retired) echoes Clark’s enthusiasm for the collaboration between their mutual companies. ‘I’ve known David and have been following AMFIL’s activity for several years. I have been impressed with the level of service and support they provide to clients. As we share many similar attributes that can be applied to the success of our clients – each company also brings additional capabilities and resources that augment the other, resulting in a joining of forces that offers competitive advantages to our clients; whether it be fixed or rotary-wing, government and defense, or commercial operations.’ 

Clark and McGrath encourage organizations that require assistance in growing their aviation business via strategy, sales and marketing – or any other the other services they provide, to contact them to learn how AMFIL and Celtic Aerospace can assist in achieving their business objectives.