New Delhi, October 04, 2018: Constant Aviation has expanded its footprint at Florida’s Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) with the addition of upgraded hangar space to support its increasing MRO activities. The company acquired the facility from StarPort 18 months ago to develop Constant’s total space to around 100,000 sq ft. Constant expects to move small and mid-cabin jet maintenance operations to the new hangar.
“We have been diligent in enhancing and expanding the capabilities offered in our Florida facility,” said Constant Aviation president and CEO Stephen Maiden. “The breadth and depth of the services available now have attracted customers throughout the region who value a one-stop MRO solution for their aircraft maintenance needs according to ainonline.com.”
By moving small and mid-cabin work to the new facility, Constant will allow more room for larger-cabin needs in its current hangar. In addition to providing space for MRO services, the new facility will support Constant’s paint services with added prep and detail space. “We have been bursting at the seams with aircraft, and this additional hangar space gives us the ability to serve even more customers in the region,” said Constant Aviation regional v-p Kevin Dillon.