Spirit Avionics Parts Distribution Hits Global Sales Milestone

It has achieved $10 million in global aircraft parts sales in less than a year achieving a 60% increase over last year's sales.


Spirit Avionics, Ltd, Global Parts Support Division, based in Columbus, Ohio announced the achievement of $10 million in global aircraft parts sales in less than a year achieving a 60% increase over last years sales.

“I tell people all of the time that we are the best kept secret in the industry,” said Jared Kolman, Global Parts Support Manager. “because few people know that we sell and broker aircraft parts on a regular basis. Ironically, our materials system allows us to be consistently less expensive than our competitors without sacrificing schedule or quality which is why more and more aircraft operators and charter providers world-wide call us first when they need AOG or even routine new, overhauled and exchange parts.”

“This growing segment of our business is just another example of how Spirit Avionics is evolving in to a world-class aviation services provider.said Tony Bailey, President of Spirit Avionics. “The design and concept of our business operation allows, no, demands that our business consistently grows without compromise of our values which spans across all of our operations including parts sales.”

The Global Parts Support Division of Spirit Avionics distributes, sells, and brokers new, overhauled, and exchange parts and components through their extensive network of OEM’s and vendors with discounts offered to customers as high as 40% off MSRP in some cases. The Global Parts Support Division also manages component repairs, rentals, spares acquisition, surplus inventory consignment, and offers Rockwell Collins CASP and Honeywell HAPP avionics warranty programs.

Spirit Avionics, Ltd located in Columbus, Ohio, is an Authorized Rockwell Collins, Honeywell, Aircell, and Garmin service facility and is a provider of worldwide aviation services that include aircraft management, avionics, parts sales, engineering, aircraft maintenance, and avionics design and integration. 

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