Waterford, Mich. - Pentastar Aviation’s maintenance facility based at Waterbury-Oxford Airport (OXC) has received FAR 145 Satellite Repair Station Certification. The facility, which is located at Key Air, opened in June and now has expanded capabilities based on this new certification.
“We’re pleased to be able to offer our customers on the East Coast a greater scope of maintenance and repair services,” said Lance Fera, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Pentastar Aviation. “Our Satellite Repair Station will continue to offer the same level of service excellence our maintenance customers have enjoyed for nearly 50 years.”
Pentastar Aviation’s Satellite Repair Station certification reflects the continuous expansion of maintenance services from the original repair station at Oakland County International Airport (PTK). Pentastar has maintained heavy jets, including Challenger, Falcon and Gulfstream from this location for nearly 50 years. Pentastar now offers customers the convenience of two repair station locations.
For nearly 50 years, Pentastar Aviation has been a leader in the world of business aviation. Pentastar Aviation provides award-winning aircraft maintenance, aircraft management services, aviation advisors, avionics design/installation/repair and aircraft charter through Pentastar Aviation Charter, Inc. Pentastar’s PTK repair station boasts one of the most expansive and well-equipped facilities in the nation. An additional maintenance facility is now open at Waterbury-Oxford Airport in Connecticut. Pentastar’s world-class FBOs at Oakland County International provide exceptional customer service and amenities to regional, continental and global travelers. Both FBO locations are proud to offer Avfuel branded fuels.