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Augsburg Air Service was originally founded in 1972 as Wolfgang Denzel GmbH and was taken over in 1985 by engineer Hans Schneider (who passed away in 2013). Back then it was renamed to Beechcraft Vertrieb & Service GmbH. In May 2014 the company became an independant subsidiary (under the leadership of managing director Florian Kohlmann) of Atlas Air Service AG whose main headquarter is based in Ganderkesee.
Since April 1, 2015 the company has got a new name: Augsburg Air Service GmbH. For more than 40 years services for all well-known aircraft manufacturers have been provided in Augsburg, and until today quality and reliabilty are the highest priority. Currently there are about 80 permanent qualified staff members employed in Augsburg.
The Business Aviation Center has specialised in maintaining the aircraft of Textron Aviation which unites the brands Beechcraft, Cessna and Hawker (formerly Raytheon Aircraft Company, later Hawker Beechcraft Corp.) and comprises light single-engine aircraft to intercontinental business jets.
The company is also an Authorized Service Center for Embraer Executive Jets (Phenom 100 + 300), Cirrus, Tecnam and Diamond aircraft and performs special tasks, i.e. the Cirrus CAPS™ parachute overhaul.
Furthermore Augsburg Air Service offers a MRO Service for various single and twin engine piston aircraft of other manufacturers, too.
Augsburg Air Service is a certified CAMO+ Organisation and also provides minor and major repairs and modifications. The company has got several workshops, such as an extensive Spare Part Shop, a LG Service, a Paint Shop and Avionics- / Instruments Departments with modern test equipment.
New in the portfolio: certified Airline Trolley Maintenance.
Augsburg Air Service sells as good as new and pre-owned Beechcraft & Hawker aircraft and also other brands.
How to visit us by aircraft, car or public transport
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