Certified Aviation Services (CAS) Acquires Air Services - LAX

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Certified Aviation Services is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Air Services - LAX. The addition of their line maintenance capablities with our own in Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) makes for a strong combination.

Certified Aviation Services (CAS) today announced it acquired Air Services - LAX (ASL) which provides line maintenance services at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

"The integration of CAS's operations in LAX with ASL's creates a strong combination for carriers with flights to LAX. With our capabilities in 14 other major international airports throughout the United States we have created a unique value proposition for our customer base. Our clients can now enjoy a more thorough and broad reaching sole-source maintenance option in the United States," said John Landherr, COO, CAS.

ASL began operations at LAX in 1993. ASL customers include large international air carriers with services to LAX. Current ASL customers will benefit from the expanded resources and operational scale made possible by the integration into CAS. Their service will continue uninterrupted.

With 18 years of experience, CAS is a world-class provider of line and heavy maintenance, appearance services and aircraft modification services for commercial and military aircraft. CAS distinguishes itself by providing its customers with innovative, cost-effective maintenance solutions when and where they need it. Currently, CAS has 16 locations throughout the United States and holds a full 145 repair station license, servicing virtually every aircraft in operation. CAS provides services in ANC, BWI, DEN, IAH, LAS, LAX, LGA, LGB, ONT, ORD, PDX, PHX, SBD, SEA, SFO and SNA. For more information about CAS, visit the CAS website at http://www.CertifiedAviation.com.

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