Providing emergency service to stranded operators anywhere in the world. Available 24/7 for in-the-field NDI inspection solutions. AOG certified technicians are supported by state-of-the-art inspection technologies and have expertise in metal and composites manufacturing and repair. Portable response technologies include ultrasound, phased array, eddy current, radiography as well as access to full-service facilities and a network of satellite FAA repair shops.
Arcadia Aerospace Industries Aircraft-On-Ground (AOG) Program was established with our focus being “value-added” partnering with our clients in the aviation industry. Delivering integrated solutions to the corporate, military and commercial operators. AAI maintains a commitment to customer satisfaction and continues to enhance services to the growing aviation industry.
AAI’s AOG service teams provide emergency service to stranded operators anywhere in the world. Available 24/7 for in-the-field NDI inspection service, these teams are ready for swift dispatch to your location, usually within 24 hours. The AOG certified technicians are supported by our state-of-the-art inspection technologies and have expertise in metal and composites manufacturing and repair.
The AOG team can help to coordinate repairs, supply documentation and results data to manufacturing engineers and be an integral part of accident investigations. The team resources can be used to perform required maintenance checks, aging aircraft inspections, and detection of corrosion, cracking, metal fatigue and impact damage. In addition, AAI’s AOG Program can help operators satisfy regulatory agency requirements, ensuring structural safety and preventing civil penalties from inadvertent situational awareness.
Meet FAA and other regulatory requirements
Eliminate ineffective maintenance practices
Reduce maintenance costs
Increase airplane availability
Problem identification and corrective action
Aircraft operations often involve the use of ground equipment, as well as other aircraft, at terminals. Aircraft may be damaged from this auxiliary equipment which is in close proximity to the fuselage and wing components. Even trivial impacts and dents on an aircraft while on the ground may be serious enough to ground it. In the airline industry a grounded aircraft can mean substantial loss of revenue. Large networks are required to service all of the needs of an aircraft when in a grounded situation. AOG is a time critical market and AAI can help to coordinate FAA certified repair efforts, perform nondestructive inspections and aid in the transfer of sensitive component shipments. Our AOG services provide the customer direct access to our technical staff, network and technicians around-the-clock.