EL SEGUNDO, Calif.
April 11, 2013
, a subsidiary of
Phillips Service Industries (PSI)
and SDVOSB, will unveil new repair and overhaul services for Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer Actuators (THSAs; PN47145) on Airbus A318, A319, A320 and A321 aircraft at MRO Americas 2013.
As an FAA-approved Repair Station for over 50 years, Skytronics also holds approvals from the EASA, CAAC and Boeing. Services include complete repair and overhaul services for all Boeing commercial HSTAs, flap ball screws, transmissions and other Chapter 27 flight controls. In addition, Skytronics holds licensed parts manufacturing authority (PMA) on horizontal stabilizer trim ball screws for Boeing 777, 767, 757, 747, 737, 727, 720, 707 and KC-135 aircraft.
"Skytronics is proud to expand its repair and overhaul services to include THSAs on popular Airbus commercial aircraft," said
, General Manager at Skytronics, Inc. "We've had a lot of success over the years providing exceptional service for Boeing aircraft, and we look forward to continuing that tradition with Airbus."
MRO Americas takes place
April 16-18, 2013
at the Georgia World Congress Center in
Skytronics will be exhibiting in Booth 2809. For more information about MRO Americas, visit
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About Skytronics, Inc. ( www.skytronicsinc.com)
Skytronics, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, Inc. and SDVOSB, is a leading manufacturer and provider of repair and overhaul services for commercial and military aircraft ball screw assemblies and actuation systems. We are the OEM for the horizontal stabilizer trim ball screw assembly found on many commercial Boeing aircraft and the KC-135 military aircraft. We are also the OEM for the trim tab actuator for the KC-135. Skytronics has been an FAA-approved Repair Station for over 50 years, and also hold approvals from EASA, CAAC and Boeing. Our repair and overhaul services include a wide variety of Chapter 27 Flight Controls for popular Boeing and Airbus commercial aircraft, as well as the KC-135.