AirMods does not operate a hangar or perform modification work directly, so our customers can rely on us to support their modifications and not compete with them.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (PRWEB) January 11, 2019
AirMods LLC, a provider of outsourced design and fabrication services for aircraft modifications, announces the expansion of its facility near the Colorado Springs Airport to include sheet metal fabrication and assembly capabilities. AirMods has recently signed a 5-year lease to secure over 5,600 square feet of manufacturing space and engineering offices to meet growing customer demands.
AirMods expects to hire several sheet metal technicians and aircraft structural engineers at its Colorado Springs facility in the next 12 months to support this expansion, including a Manufacturing Manager and Quality Control Manager. AirMods is currently pursuing both FAA-PMA (Parts Manufacturing Authority) and AS9100 quality certifications.
AirMods has decades of experience in providing outsourced overflow design and fabrication services for third-party companies who modify aircraft. AirMods’ primary customers are aircraft integration facilities located coast to coast and around the world.
"AirMods does not operate a hangar or perform modification work directly, so our customers can rely on us to support their modifications and not compete with them," said Todd Bailey, AirMods LLC President.
Founded in 2014, AirMods LLC specializes in aircraft modification structural design and fabrication services for special missions aircraft such as ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance), firefighting, weather research aircraft, and commercial derivative aircraft for US and foreign military use.
AirMods engineers and technicians have designed and fabricated sheet metal clips and doublers, mission consoles, ISR sensor mounts, instrument panels, and complex electromechanical assemblies meeting military requirements. AirMods also provides structural engineering support for electrical and avionics upgrades of business, commercial, and general aviation aircraft.