May 28, 2013 – Addison, Texas – Baker Aviation, a full-service aircraft maintenance, management and charter company in North Texas, recently received FAA Ops Specs approval to maintain Falcon 10, 20, 50, 900 and 2000 series aircraft.
In 2012, Baker Aviation Maintenance received its FAA Repair Station certification (FAA CRS# 5BVR011C) and specializes in airframe maintenance for Hawker, King Air, Beechjet, Citation, Learjet, Challenger and Gulfstream aircraft. The Baker Aviation facility in Ft. Worth (KFTW) will accommodate Gulfstream aircraft and other long-range cabin aircraft for maintenance inspections and repair. Paint and interior services are also available through the Jet Mall alliance at Spinks airport. As a premier turbine jet repair station at the Addison Airport, Baker Aviation can now expand its maintenance support to include Falcon operators and expects substantial results.
“We are optimistic about the growth opportunities that the Falcon approvals from the FAA allow us. The extensive inquires from the past have prompted us to explore such additional capacity for Falcon maintenance inspections and repairs,” stated Ray Goyco, Jr., Chief Operating Officer for Baker Aviation Maintenance. “We recently expanded our location in Addison to 25,400 square feet including a hangar that will accommodate Falcon Jets so we look forward to the influx of these aircraft onto our maintenance floor.”
About Baker Aviation
Baker Aviation is a full-service aircraft maintenance, management and charter company, licensed to provide professional aviation services in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. ARG/US, Platinum-Rated, they are headquartered at Meacham International Airport, Fort Worth, TX, with new maintenance facilities at Addison Airport, Dallas, TX, specializing in airframe maintenance for Hawker, King Air, Beechjet, Citation, Learjet, Challenger and Gulfstream aircraft. To learn more, or to schedule service, please visit www.baker-aviation.com or call 972-248-0457.