CRS Jet Spares Celebrates 30th Anniversary

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, (April 25, 2012) - CRS Jet Spares, a leading business aviation aftermarket parts supplier, is celebrating their 30th year in the business aviation industry.

Started in 1982 by founder and C.E.O. Armando Leighton, Jr., the company quickly grew from its beginnings in the Leighton’s garage to a 43,000 square foot facility in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Today CRS stands as one of the leading after-market spare parts support facilities in the world and has earned its reputation by giving corporate flight departments, both large and small, a high level of personalized service, reliable products and by offering over $60 million of fully traceable new and overhauled components.

As a leader in the industry in the United States and Canada, CRS over the past few years has begun an aggressive global expansion initiative that has included increased support of Europe, Asia and South America. As CRS grows in age and scope, their goal remains to provide the best service and quality spares for the business aviation community. “We feel fortunate to have been part of this industry for the past 30 years. Together we have grown, faced industry-wide challenges and welcomed the introduction of new and exciting technology. We look forward to a continued relationship with our partners, colleagues and customers” said founder and C.E.O., Armando Leighton, Jr.

CRS Jet Spares:

CRS Jet Spares is the premiere aftermarket support facility in the business jet community.  Supplying total solutions to operators around the world through exchanges, sales, provisioning packages, repair or rental options, CRS Jet Spares has a program to meet all requirements.  CRS supports Learjets, Hawkers, Gulfstreams, Challengers and Falcon’s through a comprehensive inventory, coupled with 25 years of experience.  CRS provides services which conform to ASA-100 and AS9120 Quality standards.  Offering quality, competitive pricing and renowned customer service, CRS is available 24/7/365 to keep your business jet up and flying.

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