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YOUR WORLDWIDE GENERAL AVIATION AND COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT RESOURCE

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Founded as Aero Technology, Inc. (ATI) in 1984, PAT became part of the Precision Aviation Group (PAG) in 2011 and changed its name to Precision Aviation Technology (PAT) in 2013.

At the time it was acquired by PAG, ATI was primarily a MRO Services provider of Accessories, Avionics and Instruments to the Commercial Transport, Military and Regional Airline Markets, with an impressive record of growth and service. ATI was the recipient of Boeing’s coveted Gold Supplier Award in 2009 and 2010, and of Lufthansa’s MRO Excellent Supplier Award in 2010.

When it became a PAG company, ATI diversified PAG’s MRO capabilities and expanded PAG operations into one of the largest aviation markets, providing a growth platform for both PAG and PAT.

PAG has made significant capital investments in inventory and capabilities expansion to bring PAG’s suite of MRO services to PAT. This includes a new Starter Generator and Wheel/Brake shop, as well Hydraulics and Electro-Mechanical accessories. These investments have enhanced the services PAT provides customers and expanded PAG’s service to Commercial, Military and General Aviation customers on the West Coast.

PAT is one of PAG’ s nine operating companies. Together they have locations in the United States, Canada, Singapore and Australia and form a global network of support that offers PAG’s trademarked ISMRO® (Inventory Supported Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Services ) for both fixed-and rotary-wing operators. PAG is one of only 11 companies worldwide outside OEMs (original equipment manufacturer) to collectively hold all FAA, EASE, AO and AMO certifications.

The PAT Value Proposition for Our Customers

ISMRO® Inventory Supported Maintenance Repair & Overhaul: repair station with internal repair capabilities on 21,000 products, preferred availability on OEM exchange components, one-stop shop with an approved supplier network of 250 repair stations

Distribution Lines: 75 OEM product lines, outsourcing and procurement of more rotables and line replacement units than most small airlines

Competitive Pricing: value add provider of availability, service and quality

Service: dedicated customer service team and sales representatives and direct technical support

Availability: 24/7 live AOG support, 9 operating units, 7 locations

Inventory: $32.5 million inventory in stock, 75,000 line items

Depth of Services:  tip-to-tail support for fixed and rotary wing aircraft, Precision Repairs Management (PRM), MRO services, airframe maintenance, sales, exchanges, repair, supply chain logisticsconsignment inventory 

History of Precision Aero Technology & the PAG Companies

  • 1984
    • The company that would later become PAT is founded as Aero Technology Inc. (ATI)
  • 1985
    • Sperry Corporation appoints ATI as a Sperry Dealership for flight control SPZ series radar products
  • 1989
    • ATI successfully completes on-time conversion of main wheel, brake and anti-skid equipment for Aero Mexico’s first four MD-88 aircraft
  • 1990
    • ATI receives commendation letter from Aircraft Braking Systems for its on-time conversion of main wheel, brake and antiskid equipment for four MD88 aircraft
    • Six-month alliance created with Serv-Air to perform rapid turnaround for components required in support of aircraft deployed during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm
  • 1991
    • Serv-Air appoints Aero Technology to assist in repair of instruments, radios and radar equipment for the C-9 procurement group during operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm
  • 1992
    • ATI expands to the Soviet Union by establishing RUSSCAL, a joint venture company based in St. Petersburg, Russia
  • 1993
    • ATI joins ARSA (Aeronautical Repair Station Association) in Washington, D.C.
    • ATI becomes approved exporter under EXIM Bank’s Export Credit Insurance program
  • 1995
    • ATI signs General Terms Agreement with Boeing Commercial Airplane Group
  • 1997
    • Kearfott Guidance & Navigation Corporation signs ATI to distribution agreement
    • ATI earns Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC) Certificate
    • ATI expands to larger 15,000-square-foot facility at Long Beach Airport
  • 1999
    • ATI receives first repair orders in support of Air Force One through Boeing Services Company
  • 2004
    • European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) gives ATI its approval and certificate
    • ATI signs three-year agreement with Lufthansa Technik AG for rotable repairs
    • ATI is awarded contract with America West/US Air to support avionics and accessories repair
  • 2005
    • ATI Receives ATO Air Agency Certificate from the Republic of Philippines and Department of Civil Aviation, Thailand, Repair Station Certificate
    • ATI signs contract for support of avionics and communication component repair with Northwest Airlines
    • Sandel Avionics, a leading innovator in avionics display units, approves ATI as product and services dealer
  • 2006
    • ATI receives DGAC Approved Maintenance Organization Certificate from the Republic of Indonesia
  • 2007
    • ICG, a recognized leader in the development and manufacture of aeronautical communication systems and solutions for the general aviation and air transport industries, approves ATI as a product and service dealer
    • ATI signs contract for support of Avionics and communication component repair with Air France and new agreement with Lufthansa Technik AG for rotable repairs
  • 2008
    • Aero Technology participates in the first Singapore Airshow
    • Northwest Airlines extends flat-rate agreement with ATI
    • Marshall Aerospace, United Kingdom, awards ATI a component repair contract for support of TRIOS Program
    • ATI signs agreement with Aveos Fleet Performance, Inc. for Avionics repair
    • PT Metro Batavia, Indonesia extends flat-rate avionics repair agreement with ATI
  • 2009
    • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines signs component repair and overhaul agreement with ATI
    • Boeing awards Aero Technology KC-10 fixed-firm pricing agreement. USCG Logistics Center awards ATI a C130 avionics repair/overhaul contract
  • 2010
    • Southwest Airlines awards ATI a Component Services Agreement under flat-rate pricing
    • AAR Defense Systems awards ATI a fixed-price repair agreement for support of KC-10 military aircraft
    • Biman Bangladesh Airlines extends the Component Repair & Overhaul Agreement
    • AJ Walter Aviation (UK) awards ATI a multi-year avionics repair contract under flat-rate pricing
    • Vietnam Airlines signs a Repair and Overhaul Service Agreement with ATI
    • Aero Technology becomes certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise Council-West in partnership with WBENC
    • Transmile Air Services, Malaysia, extends flat rate repair agreement
    • For the second consecutive year, ATI is awarded the Boeing Performance Excellence Award as a Gold Level Supplier, the highest rating possible from The Boeing Company
    • ATI receives Lufthansa’s 2010 MRO Excellent Supplier Award
  • 2011
    • KLM signs supplemental flat rate repair agreement for additional part numbers and extension of agreement
    • PT Metro Batavia, Indonesia, signs new flat rate agreement
    • Thai Airways International signs GTA for flat-rate avionics repair
    • LHT awards ATI MRO Supplier Award 2010 for achieving the status of Excellent Supplier
    •  ATI was acquired by PAG expanding the parent company’s capabilities into the commercial market and expanding ATI’s abilities to serve the general aviation fixed and rotary wing markets. 
  • 2012
    • ATI expands to include new starter/generator and wheel-and-brake repair facilities
  • 2013
    • Aero Technology changes its name to Precision Aero Technology, Inc. (PAT)
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