Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Aviation Technical Services, Inc.
Aviation Technical Services, Inc. provides third-party and single-site transport aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services for commercial and military transport aircraft in North America. It provides airframe maintenance, component repair, engineering support, fuselage painting, and military/business jet services for aircraft operators. The company also provides airframe services, components services/maintenance, and engineering services. Aviation Technical Services, Inc. was formerly known as Goodrich Aviation Technical Services, Inc. and changed its name to Aviation Technical Services, Inc. in 2007. The company was founded in 1970 and is based in Everett, Washington with operatio...
3121 109th Street SW
Everett, WA 98204
Founded in 1970
Key Executives for Aviation Technical Services, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Finance
Vice President and General Counsel
Vice President of Technology and Supply Chain
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Aviation Technical Services, Inc. Key Developments
Aviation Technical Services, Inc. Expands Service to Southwest Airlines at its Kansas City Facility
Oct 21 14
Aviation Technical Services has reached an agreement with its longtime customer Southwest Airlines to provide Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) services to the carrier at its newly-acquired and renovated facility at Kansas City International Airport (MCI). The work will begin later this year and will take place over the course of the next three years. Over the course of several decades, Southwest has been bringing its planes to ATS’ location on Paine Field in Everett, Washington. The expansion to Kansas City is a good fit for Southwest, where the carrier operates 67 daily nonstop flights to 26 destinations.
Aviation Technical Services Formally Opens KC Facility; Signs New Contracts with Hawaiian Airlines and Air Canada
Jul 24 14
Aviation Technical Services, Inc. formally opened its newly-renovated 607,000-square-foot MRO complex at Kansas City International Airport (MCI) with a ribbon cutting and positive customer news.
The company announced that two business partners, Hawaiian Airlines and Air Canada, officially committed programs to the ATS-KC facility. Hawaiian's agreement for Boeing 767 heavy maintenance was formally signed earlier in the week. This contract initially involves (2) nose-to-tail heavy checks beginning in September 2014 and has the opportunity to turn into a longer term, exclusive agreement. The company has recently completed a series of Airbus A330 interior modifications for Hawaiian Airlines at its facility in Everett, Washington, adding to the partnership. The company was awarded Air Canada's exclusive agreement for Boeing 787 modifications before the event's formal program. The four-year contract solidifies and extends a previous version that had three 787s completed at the ATS facility in Everett, Washington, earlier in the year. The remaining 34 events will be inducted into the Kansas City facility starting in September 2014 and extending through 2018.
Aviation Technical Services Enters into Service Agreement with UTair Aviation
May 7 14
Aviation Technical Services and UTair Aviation have entered into a service agreement for ATS to supply maintenance and engineering services to the Russian passenger carrier on eight (8) B767-200 aircraft. The program will consist of modifying the existing 170 passenger configuration aircraft to a 255 passenger configuration, along with integrating and maintaining the aircraft to UTair’s maintenance program. The services will be completed at the new ATS facility in Kansas City, Missouri.
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