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NIC provides a full suite of inspection methods and technologies to cover most inspection requirements encountered in the aerospace and aviation industries. Our NAS-410 certified technicians are up-to-date on the latest NDT technologies. We deploy inspection teams worldwide to support scheduled and unscheduled maintenance inspections & on-site training requirements for our customers' quality needs.
Navhouse is the leader in the repair and overhaul of Honeywell, Litton and Delco inertial navigation products including air data inertial reference systems (ADIRS), inertial navigation systems (INS) and inertial reference systems (IRS). Navhouse also sustains inertial system components including gyros, platforms, accelerometers, CDUs, MSUs, and electronics.
An authorized Honeywell Repair Center, Navhouse has global repair station approvals including:
TC AMO Certificate 57-98
FAA FAR 145 BASA Approval
EASA 145.7082 Approval Certificate
Founded in 1969 on family values and with multiple, strategically located operations and customer support facilities around the world, Tulsa-based NORDAM is a leading independently owned aerospace company. The firm designs, certifies and manufactures integrated propulsion systems, nacelles and thrust reversers for business jets; builds composite aircraft structures, interior shells, custom cabinetry and radomes; and manufactures aircraft transparencies, such as cabin windows, wing-tip lens assemblies and flight deck windows.
North Bay Aviation is committed to Quality Assurance with Worldwide Service. You can be confident that every transaction meets the strictest industry standards for MRO operation and industry oversight. Located in Fairfield, California, USA, North Bay Aviation has more than 20 years’ experience serving the aviation industry worldwide by supporting component repairs for Commercial, Regional, Helicopter and Military aircraft systems.
Based near Boise, Idaho Nampa Valley Helicopters is an Airbus Helicopters Service Center specializing in the Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) of the dynamic components for the AS350 / AS355 and EC130 helicopter series.
NAS Component Maintenance, Inc. is an FAA & EASA Approved 145 Repair Station that specializes in the maintenance, repair, and overhaul of aircraft components. The Repair Station currently holds the following repair ratings: Airframe, Powerplant, Accessories, Radio, Instrument, and Emergency Equipment. NAS strives to provide the aviation industry with a one-stop shop for all component maintenance requirements. NAS Corporate Management thrives on providing excellent repair pricing without having to sacrifice superb customer service and repair quality.
NAYAK is Europe’s largest provider of airline-independent maintenance. Our collaboration with nearly all the great airlines in Europe underscores our relevance in the market, demonstrates steady growth, and proves that our business concept works.
NC Servo Technology started in 1975, and has been providing quality service ever since.
Early on, we offered repairing, engineering and sales of servos and related industrial electronics for our local industry. Now, NC Servo Technology performs service worldwide and has the quality assurance to repair aircraft servos (FAA rating NSY2743K). The technical capabilities involved with the valve prototyping, reverse engineering, and repairing we provide, is second to none.
NDE Labs provides a wide array of testing and inspection services including nondestructive, metallurgical, and chemical analysis. We have been accredited by Nadcap since 1998 for quality systems and for ultrasonic, radiographic, penetrant, and magnetic particle NDT processes.
Dutch-based NEDAERO, specializes in the MRO and distribution of components and systems for civil and military aircraft and helicopters. At the Zevenaar facility, NEDAERO manufactures new parts for Airbus and Lockheed Martin in fully equipped workshops with high-tech production — and test equipment. From the Alphen aan den Rijn facility, NEDAERO delivers helicopter and aircraft parts directly from distribution stock and the exchange pool. Parts range from transceivers to life vests, from actuators to headsets, and from oil & greases to a wide range of filters.
Nextant Aerospace is recognized as the first company in the world to introduce aircraft remanufacturing to the business jet market. The Nextant 400XTi is a completely-rebuilt Beechjet 400A/XP with Williams FJ44-3AP engines and the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21® integrated avionics suite. The new aircraft also has major aerodynamic enhancements and an improved engine mounting configuration with redesigned nacelles and pylons. The 400XTi is delivered with a two-year full-aircraft warranty and after-sales support provided by a global network of owned and authorized service centers.
Pryor Field Regional Airport is a public airport located three miles northeast of the central business district of Decatur and south of Athens, in Limestone County, Alabama. It is owned by the Decatur/Athens Airport Authority. Situated next to Calhoun Community College, the airport serves the western portion of the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area and most of the Decatur Metropolitan Area.
Premiere 145 repair station leading the way through technology, quality, and service. NEACO specializes in pneumatic, hydraulic, fuel, electro-mechanical and mechanical component overhaul and repair fitted on Boeing, Airbus, Embraer and McDonald Douglas aircraft. Our friendly and experienced staff looks forward to earning your business
Northern Wings began in 2001, with only two employees in a farm field pole barn located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The company was incorporated as Northern Wings Repair (NWR), an FAA certificated Repair Station specializing in the repair and overhaul of aircraft brakes and landing gear components, with operations including welding, machining, and non-destructive testing. After sustaining uninterrupted growth, NWR moved in 2007 to a modern purpose built 13,000 square foot facility, allowing for increased manufacturing, repair, and warehouse capacity.