MOBILE, Ala. — Continental Motors Group (CMG) reports it has received approval from the US government and completed its acquisition of Southern Avionics and Communications.
CMG will continue to operate the avionics and aircraft interior business under the name Southern Avionics and Communications while the operations and employees are integrated with Continental Motors Services (CMS).
Southern Avionics employs 14 full time people. Through the years, it has serviced aircraft ranging from very small personal aircraft up to large corporate jets, according to CMG officials. Its team has experience in maintaining, repairing and upgrading all major avionics products, both analog and digital. The company represents most major avionics manufacturers worldwide through distribution or representative agreements. Southern Avionics also performs upholstery repairs and upgrades.
Continental Motors Services, Inc., located in Fairhope, Ala., has provided general aviation services since 1996 and employs 26 full time people. It offers a variety of aviation services including overhaul/repair for Continental and Lycoming engines, cylinder overhaul, fuel sales, parts sales, and major aircraft repairs.
Southern Avionics and Communications will operate from its original base at the Brookley Aeroplex (KBFM) and expand to CMS’s main facility at Fairhope Regional Airport (KCQF). In addition, CMS will now operate a maintenance extension at the Southern Avionics facility on Brookley Aeroplex.