Air Transport Components (ATC) is a certified aircraft repair station, approved by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency:
ATC’s Certificate Ratings Include:
• Class 1 and Class 2 Accessories
• Limited Airframe
• Limited Landing Gear and
• Limited Non Destructive Testing
ATC has received 14 aviation maintenance performance awards, including:
Twelve “OneAero-MRO TOPSHOP™ AWARDS:
. . Best Landing Gear Repair – 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012
. . Best Structures/Airframe Repair – 2015, 2014, 2012
. . Best Hydraulic Repair – 2012, 2011
. . Best Flight Surface Repair – 2010
. . Most Nominations – (2009, 2008
Two AVIALL® (a Boeing Company) SERVICE EXCELLENCE AWARDS:
. . . “Exemplary Supplier Performance” – 2013, 2011
Air Transport Components has recently added over 6,800 new repair capabilities for the Airbus A330. The capabilities include 12 different ATA Chapters with the majority of parts found under the combined aircraft system headings of Airframe and Group Structure. Specific ATA Chapters include capabilities for Landing Gear, Wings, Doors, Equipment & Furnishings, Flight Controls, Stabilizers, Windows, Fuselage, Instruments/Recorders, Engine...
Air Transport Components is led by company President and CEO, Roy Hyde. Recently OneAero-MRO contacted ATC as part of their monthly 2014 Top Shop in Review section for their new online aircraft maintenance magazine called “145”, to learn a little bit more about Roy. See the story and the premier issue of the aviation industry’s...
As career opportunities become available Air Transport Components will use this web location to announce job opportunities within the company. ATC always accepts resumes for EXPERIENCED Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) Mechanics, as well as, Structural Mechanics. Simply, fax your resume to ATC Careers (480) 831-1314.