King Aerospace sees surge in business for third year running

posted on 10th September 2019 by William Hayes
King Aerospace sees surge in business for third year running

Business aircraft completion centre King Aerospace Commercial Corporation (KACC) has announced an increase in business for the third consecutive year.

The Dallas-based company is projected to provide roughly 40 maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and interior refurbishments this year for Boeing business aircraft alone, compared with 29 in 2018 and 10 in 2017.

“Strong markets, access to capital, and new tax rules are contributing drivers to business aviation’s upturn, but our forward momentum underscores the strong relationships we build with customers,” said company president Jarid King.

“While people have long known us for our excellent paint services, the word is getting out about the value we deliver in interiors, avionics, and maintenance.”

Wayne Jamroz, KACC’s general manager of operations, noted that the market segment that KACC specialises in – Boeing Business Jets (BBJs), Boeing 737s, Boeing 757s – has a high demand with a low to no tolerance for error, meaning that they “require the highest levels of service.”