We are excited to consolidate our administration, engineering, project management and sales support teams at our new location.
Melville, NY (PRWEB) October 22, 2015
East Island Aviation Services, Inc., the exclusive manufacturer of the DASH-8 Gantry, Regional Boarding Ramp and Commute-A-Walk™ passenger walkways, is proud to announce the relocation of its corporate headquarters to Melville, New York.
“We are excited to consolidate our administration, engineering, project management and sales support teams at our new location. While all manufacturing will continue at our factory in Conway, SC, our new corporate headquarters will offer a state of the art environment for client meetings and general day to day business” – Marian Larson, President of East Island Aviation Services, Inc.
Located in Melville, New York, at the Regus Business Center at 68 South Service Road, Suite 100, East Island Aviation’s new global headquarters is conveniently located right off the Long Island Expressway at exit #48, just minutes from JFK or LaGuardia. This state of the art facility provides ample office space and meeting rooms for East Island Aviation’s growing team of aviation industry experts, while also providing a food court and full service gym for its employees.
About East Island Aviation: For over fifteen years, East Island Aviation Services, Inc. has been providing a variety of air terminal services to airlines and aviation authorities globally. Their core group has over 75 years of experience in the industry. In addition to ground boarding equipment like the Commute-A-Walk system and the DASH-8 Ground Boarding Ramp and passenger boarding bridge services, East Island Aviation also represents a comprehensive group of manufacturers and service providers specifically targeted to the aviation industry.
If you would like more information about the Commute-A-Walk™ passenger walkway system, the B-717 Mobile Ground Boarding Ramp, or any other East Island Aviation product or service, please call 631-465-2010 or contact Jim Larson at [email protected] or Don Kelley at [email protected]