KSNL Aero Expands MRO Into Regional Aircraft Market

KSNL Aero announced that it is now looking to support North American based regional aircraft operators with their upcoming maintenance requirements.

With record levels of demand for aircraft maintenance across North America, KSNL Aero is positioning itself to deal with the current market conditions by further increasing its range of maintenance support solutions for aircraft owners and operators, with the Shawnee based aviation company now looking to support regional aircraft owners.

“We have a loyal customer base that is made up of aircraft owners and operators across North America,” said Darrin Lofton, KSNL Aero president. “For us, increasing our MRO presence within the regional aircraft market is a natural next step for our maintenance facility, thus allowing new customers to experience our high level of aircraft maintenance and quality support which our current customers know KSNL Aero for.”

KSNL Aero is an FAA certified part 145 aircraft maintenance and repair station located at Shawnee Regional Airport, Oklahoma. With a new 26,000 square foot hangar, the company is available to support aircraft owners and operators across North America with a wide range of maintenance solutions – from their next 100 hour, annual, phase, progressive inspection, or maintenance check requirement.

KSNL Aero says their team is made up of decades worth of industry experience, including the company’s chief inspector who has more than thirty years of experience working on turbine and turboprop aircraft.

The company is owned by two aviation professionals: an experienced business owner, airline owner and commercial ATP Pilot with over thirty years of experience operating Turbine, Turbo Prop and Reciprocating Engine Aircraft in the lower 48 and Hawaiian Islands, and an experienced business owner who holds IA Certification with experience in cfr14 part 145, part 121, and part 135 operations as an Owner, Accountable Manager, Agent for Service, President, Director of Maintenance, Chief Inspector and Technician.

Regional aircraft types themselves play a vital role in how the airline industry operates given the number of markets regional aircraft support on a daily basis across the US, with several communities exclusively served byregional aircraft types only.

Regional aircraft types serve more than 90% of US cities with regular flights, and over 70% are served only by regional flights.

Regional operators can now be supported with their upcoming maintenance requirements by KSNL Aero and companies are encouraged to contact the company to discuss their upcoming maintenance requirements or to