Yoel Arnoni, founder and principal of aircraft specialty companies Av8 MRO, Av8 PMA and Av8 AOG has announced the consolidation of capabilities and resources between these companies under one overarching brand – The Av8 Group. The organizational move simplifies the relationship between the companies, as well as providing a unified brand for communication as related capabilities and services continue to expand.
The consolidation will combine the capabilities and resources of the individual Av8 units. Av8 MRO, an FAA and EASA-approved Repair Station known for revolutionizing Hawker landing gear overhaul and repair with unprecedented lead times, pricing structures and repair specification approval, will potentially expand their scope to include additional airframes in the near future.
Av8 PMA specializes in the design, certification and manufacture of hard to find, out of production or under-supported aircraft parts. Using their FAA Parts Manufacture Approval (PMA), the company has quickly grown these capabilities and solidified themselves as a true resource by adding a dedicated engineering facility and team that includes an on-staff FAA-DER.
The newest of the units, Av8 AOG, provides OEM and PMA parts sales and distribution, expedited parts services, managed repair services, inventory acquisition and liquidation.
The new parent brand, The Av8 Group, brings all of these capabilities and services together, yet allows each of the units to provide specialized, in-depth and strategic services to a broad base of customers.
In conjunction with the new branding, the Av8 Group has launched a new website that envelopes each segment, providing specific details of each of the services offered through Av8 Group.
“The new group logo and website was the logical next step to communicate our entire range of capability under one roof, with one common mission,” said Yoel Arnoni, chief executive officer, Av8 Group. “It was essential that with our continued growth that our overall messaging could communicate the synergies available between our three units,” Arnoni continued.