Atlanta Aerospace Composites started out as a repair station in a small way, doing repairs to fiberglass aircraft, like the Cirrus. It moved on to work with carbon fiber and Kevlar, becoming a repair station for Lancair and Diamond aircraft. The shop also began performing radome repairs for general aviation, corporate aircraft and commuter airlines, developing the capability to do transmissivity testing of the radome. Then the shop began to provide professional composite repairs to all types of homebuilts, as well as offering comprehensive sheet metal repairs.
The result: Atlanta Aerospace Composites recently moved into a new facility that includes a pressurized climate controlled “clean room,” a separate grinding room that ensures containment of contaminants, a 10,000-square-foot hangar and a paint booth. Almost as quickly as the new spaces became active the demand for service rose above capacity. So it is add-on time again. The company is bringing in new personnel and planning physical additions to the existing space.
Most of the repairmen staff have A&P licenses and several have IA status.
For more information: 866-967-5740.