Quality Aircraft Acrylics Awarded Part 145 Repair Certificate by FAA

Clear4TakeOff, an aircraft window repair and restoration company, has been awarded the Part 145 Repair Station Certificate under the corporate name Quality Aircraft Acrylics. This designation will  expand its ability to purchase, sell and service high quality aircraft parts to private, commercial and defense industry aviation customers worldwide.

Thomas J. Esposito, founder and managing partner of Clear4Takeoff, is a 30-year veteran and business innovator serving the aerospace industry. “The approval by the FAA of Part 145 Repair Station is a natural complement to our aircraft parts repair and replacement services and will advance our ability to source and sell high quality surplus parts from operator inventory while continuing to provide onsite refurbishment services,” Esposito said.

In addition to flight deck and cabin window repair, Quality Aircraft Acrylics will be able to provide customers with an advanced method for the repair of wingtip and landing light lenses, found on most Airbus and Boeing models. “Quality Aircraft Acrylics owns a proprietary process for this exclusive repair process with a Patent Pending with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.”

Quality Aircraft Acrylics is now an additional source for aircraft part purchasing, repair, and distribution. “Each member of our parts, repair, and service team is ready to answer questions and offer support to help resolve any issues. Our customers benefit from inventory access and quality control through Quality Aircraft Acrylics, with access to more than 70 years of aviation service expertise with Clear4Takeoff,” said Esposito.