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Engineering

The engineering department consists of two groups; our Certification and Projects group maintains focus on long term projects and certification efforts, while the Airline Support (Liaison) group supports the daily activities within our heavy and line maintenance operations.

The Airline Support Engineering Group


The Airline Support Engineering (ASE) group serves as the liaison support to heavy and line maintenance operations. These engineers work closely with the operation groups to identify and analyze findings as early as possible in an effort to avoid potential issues that would cause interruption to the aircraft schedule.

The Certifications and Projects Group


The Certification and Projects Group has extensive experience with aircraft modifications having developed in excess of 100 STCs and can provide engineering and program management for design, integration, fabrication and certification of aftermarket upgrades and modifications. We solve complex airline operational and heavy maintenance issues as part of our daily tasks:

  • FAA Coordination via three in-house Designated Engineering Representatives (DERs)
  • FAA Parts Manufacturing Approval
  • Kit Manufacturing
  • Wire Harness Design & Build
  • Damage Assessment
  • FAA Service Bulletin & AD Compliance
  • Repair Design
  • Stress Analysis
  • Structural Substantiation

In addition, we are able to continually mitigate parts availability issues for our customers by offering significant in-house reverse engineering and manufacturing capabilities to supply critical path parts and minimize schedule impact. Our Manufacturing capability, coupled with on-site Engineering staff, has allowed us to provide our customers with on-demand OEM parts. We produce parts under guidelines meeting OEM standards and customer requirements. The success in teaming Engineering, Manufacturing, and Component Repair/Overhaul has proven to return aircraft to service sooner meeting customer requirements.

Installation Design Approvals

STC OEM System Model Series Link
ST01096CH Teledyne DFDUA 767 -200; -300 See more
ST01487CH Rockwell Collins TCAS DC-8 -61; -61F; -63; -63F
ST01494CH UASC TAWS DC-8 -61; -61F; -62; -62F; -63; -63F; -71; -71F; -72; -72F; -73; -73F See more
ST01777CH IS&S RVSM-capable DAS DC-9 -11; -12; -13; -14; -15; -15F; -21; -31; -32; -32F; -33F; -34; -34F; -41; -51 See more
ST01779CH UASC TAWS DC-9 -11; -12; -13; -14; -15; -15F; -21; -31; -32; -32F; -33F; -34; -34F; -41; -51 See more
ST01930CH IS&S RVSM-capable DAS DC-8 -61; -61F; -62; -62F; -63; -63F; -71; -71F; -72; -72F; -73; -73F See more
ST02009CH UASC MFD-640 DC-9 -11; -12; -13; -14; -15; -15F; -21; -31; -32; -32F; -33F; -34; -34F; -41; -51 See more
ST02025CH Honeywell MFRD DC-9 -11; -12; -13; -14; -15; -15F; -21; -31; -32; -32F; -33F; -34; -34F; -41; -51 See more
ST02026CH Honeywell Primus 880 DC-9 -11; -12; -13; -14; -15; -15F; -21; -31; -32; -32F; -33F; -34; -34F; -41; -51 See more
ST02027CH Rockwell Collins #2 Mode-S DC-9 -11; -12; -13; -14; -15; -15F; -21; -31; -32; -32F; -33F; -34; -34F; -41; -51 See more
ST02028CH Honeywell EGPWS DC-9 -11; -12; -13; -14; -15; -15F; -21; -31; -32; -32F; -33F; -34; -34F; -41; -51 See more
ST02123CH UASC MFD-640 DC-8 -61; -61F; -62; -62F; -63; -63F; -71; -71F; -72; -72F; -73; -73F See more
ST02130CH Honeywell Dual XK516D HF Provisions 767 -200; -300; -300F See more
ST02325CH L-3 GH-3100 ESIS 767 -200; -300; -300F See more
ST02534CH Wingspeed Corporation SCS 767 -200 See more
ST02534CH DAC International GEN-X EFB Provisions 767 -200 See more
ST02811CH CMC PilotView ® EFB 757 -200; -300 See more
ST03240CH ACSS TCAS/Mode-S 737 -300; -400; -500 See more
STO3440CH N/A APU ECU Relocation 767 -200; -300 See more
ST04319CH Thales, Esterline Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) 767 -200; -300 See more
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Contact us


Greg Smith – Director, Engineering Services
Office: 937–366–2762
Mobile: 937–725–6607
E-mail: greg.smith@airbornemx.com