Crestview, Florida – Capital Avionics Incorporated, a leader in the avionics industry, has made the move to 5749 John Givens Road in the airport industrial center in Crestview, Florida. Capital Avionics is a vertically integrated company. With a depth of knowledge in the avionics industry, Capital Avionics specializes in the design and manufacture of avionics test equipment; aircraft avionics installation, repair, maintenance and recertification; depot level repairs within the company's new John Givens Road facility and hands-on technical training around the globe, ranging from basic electronics to complicated avionics systems and their discrete components. The company is currently keeping its original facility in Tallahassee, Florida, for the manufacture of specialized test equipment.
"Our new facility at the Bob Sikes Airport in Crestview allows us to provide our clients with any size aircraft easy access to our full range of services from complete installations to routine biannual inspections," says Al Ingle, President of Capital Avionics Incorporated. "The location of Bob Sikes Airport, near Destin, Florida is ideal for those aircraft operators who want to fly in for service and spend time at the beaches of Northwest Florida."
Established at the Tallahassee Regional Airport in 1978, Capital Avionics, Inc. has always placed an emphasis upon servicing aircraft and avionics components. Factory-authorized repair service and dealers for all major avionics manufacturers, the company can perform installations from a simple Nav/Com to full RVSM upgrades. By partnering with the aircraft owner, Capital Avionics meets the individual owners' needs either through repair or installation of new avionics. The engineering and manufacturing staff has developed specialized test equipment for companies like Gulfstream Aerospace and Bendix/King. Capital Avionics custom-designed portable test equipment enables the company to troubleshoot and maintain aircraft at remote locations. Capital Avionics is the developer and manufacturer of the new CA-320 Digital Compass. This digital compass can be used to calibrate an aircraft magnetic compass in lieu of towing the aircraft to a surveyed compass rose. For more information, visit www.capitalavionics.com.