Jerry Siebenmark THE WICHITA EAGLE
Aviation Repair Firm Plans Move to Larger Facility
March 27, 2015
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  • Aerospace Turbine Rotables said Friday it will relocate to a larger facility at 1919 E. Northern in Wichia on June 1.

    The 72,000-square-foot facility will allow ATR to double its operational capacity and accommodate growth, the company said in a news release.

    “We have some of the most talented people in the industry and with this new state of the art facility they will be able to provide even more capability to our customers,” Dave Seavey, vice president and general manager of ATR, said in the release.

    The company, which is currently located at 3414 W. 29th South, said in the past year that it has added new capabilities in each of its major product lines such as landing gear, structural repairs, hydrostatic, flight control, safety equipment, electrical and hydraulic.

    ATR is a subsidiary of Aviation Services, Inc., which is based in Westport, Conn. It’s a Federal Aviation Administration and European Aviation Safety Agency certified repair station for the repair and overhaul of aircraft system components. It primarily serves corporate and military customers.