Complete Aircraft Group (CAG), a leading UK independent specialist provider of quality aviation solutions, including the supply of aircraft tooling, parts, and components to airlines worldwide, has announced the acquisition of established business aviation MRO Part 145 provider Aerocare Aviation Services Limited (AASL).
The AASL team has been operating for over three decades, providing maintenance, repair, modifications, interior refurbishment, and exterior paint, all to OEM standards.
Aerocare will retain its name under the new ownership.
The acquisition propels Exeter based CAG, founded in November 2020, firmly into the corporate aviation arena.
Hawarden Airport / Chester-based AASL undertakes work on aircraft types including Hawker, King Air and Embraer Phenom 300, for leading charter companies, as well as private owners.
The combined businesses bring together 100 talented individuals under CAG CEO and Founder, Warren Crook.
CAG supports global airlines, leading MROs, original equipment manufacturers (OEMS) and other aviation related organisations to source and deliver reliable aviation solutions across the world.
Utilising its trusted and established vendor supply chain contacts, CAG customer benefit from cost savings and increased efficiency.
The purchase of AASL marks a strategic investment for CAG, which recently bolstered its senior management with the addition of Alan Barnes, a prolific, seasoned aerospace professional with 30 years’ experience supporting MROs, including those owned and authorised by leading business aviation manufacturers.
Alan Barnes, Head of Operations, Complete Aircraft Group commented: “The acquisition of Aerocare is an important and significant milestone in the continued journey of CAG and their wider group portfolio.
“I’m delighted to be helping steer this expansion. Aerocare is a world renowned, trusted business with an unsurpassed pedigree currently centred on the Hawker platform.
“We are looking forward to working with Aerocare General Manager, Jason Davies and his team, to maximise resources and building up capability.”