Ontario, CA (PRWEB) August 26, 2009 -
Certified Aviation Services successful relationship with AirTran at Baltimore International Airport (BWI) played a large role in the selection process. As the only AirTran vendor that has never failed an aircraft cleaning audit, the reputation of Certified Aviation Services' Appearance Division continues to grow.
"Certified Aviation Services has always impressed us in Baltimore. After changing to CAS we saw a 100 percent improvement in the appearance of our aircraft. This contract in Atlanta seemed like the next logical step in building our relationship with CAS."
- Andre Sims, System Appearance Manager, AirTran Airways
The Atlanta station is the fourth new station for Certified Aviation Services' Appearance Group within the past 12 months. CAS began offering Appearance Services as a means to provide more value to their commercial airline customers beyond their long history of line maintenance support across the United States.
"We are excited to expand our service offerings into the Atlanta market, and look forward to continuing to build our relationship with AirTran Airways. We consider it a great privilege to be selected to maintain the superb product AirTran has designed for business travelers."
- Andrew Uber, Director of Appearance Services, CAS
With 19 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 solutions when and where they need it. Currently, CAS has 18 locations throughout the United States and holds a full 145 repair station license as well as EASA Approval, servicing virtually every aircraft in operation. CAS provides line services in ANC, ATL, BWI, DEN, IAH, LAS, LAX, LGA, LGB, ONT, ORD, PDX, PHX, SBD, SFB, SEA, SFO and SNA. For more information
about CAS, visit the CAS website at http://www.CertifiedAviation.com.