Corporate Air Parts, Inc. & CAPS Flight Crew TRAINING has added yet another tool in their chest of safety solutions for general aviation and corporate aircraft. CAPS has signed a distributor agreement with Philips Medical products. The partnership includes the sale and service of all HeartStart AEDs and accessories and expands upon CAPS’ existing, long-standing relationships with the major OEMs of cabin-safety equipment. In addition, the agreement deepens the capabilities within existing training programs including, FAR 135.331 Emergency Crewmember training, Hypoxia Recognition & Recovery (USN ROBD2), and Cabin Service and AED/CPR/First Aid training.
For your aircraft, your hangar, your home and your life, HeartStart AEDs are trusted and proven products which are easy and ready to use. They are specifically designed for the lay (trained or untrained) responder, providing clear and easy-to-follow instructions. The units employ a series of comprehensive self-tests to ensure readiness, utilizing a visible status indicator to show when the device is ready for use. A highly-accurate algorithm determines whether the patient requires a shock, and the current is only delivered if needed.
Visit CAPS at NBAA booth #885, where they will be offering significant promotions of all Philips AED products and other cabin safety equipment.
Since 1983, Corporate Air Parts, Inc. has been providing services for the business aircraft community. From inception flying and supporting the famous Jetstar aircraft to current quality approvals by Bombardier and Gulfstream, CAPS’ first and utmost focus has always been an unwavering commitment to safety, quality and customer service. By focusing strictly on the business aircraft and general aviation communities, CAPS has expanded services well beyond the sales of products to include FAA Repair Station services, tools calibration, and the sales, service and training of cabins safety and life support equipment.
Corporate Air Parts, Inc. and CAPS Flight Crew TRAINING is located in Van Nuys, California, USA, home to the one of the world’s most famous airports. In 2005, a film documenting the history of Van Nuys Airport was released under the name One Six Right, named after the popular runway at this historic airport.
New Repair Station at Van Nuys Airport for Bombardier, Cessna, and Hawker Aircraft
With offices on both coasts, in the Midwest and in Japan, Air Group has positioned itself to cater to businesses in a globalized world.
In the period from 1996 through 2006, the NTSB alone reported 30 mishaps resulting in 18 fatalities, including the October 25, 1999 loss of a Learjet 35 with PGA Golfer Payne Stewart aboard.
The Los Angeles Metropolitan Airport in Van Nuys, as it was first called, was the biggest, created by businessmen on 80 acres of walnut and peach groves.