AEC FAA DER’s
Aviation Engineering Consultants of USA, Inc. (AEC) has special FAA authority to approve Major Repair and Major Alteration Data.
We can provide FAA/DER approved data to repair this.
Need Avionics Upgrades? EGPWS? WINDSHEAR? TCAS? GPS? RVSM? SATCOM? SATNAV?
Need Interior Upgrades? Galley? Water purification? Lighting? Cabin Entertainment Systems? Business Office – PC, Fax, Cellular?
If you need FAA / DER or engineering services, we have FAA / DER’s and engineers on staff or on call for:
Design & Construction
Call Jim Brown at 800-977-1992 or 540-220-5729 for more information on how AEC can help you with your modifications or structural repairs.
Telephone800-977-1992 / 540-220-5729
Postal address1717 So. US 1 #8-737, Ft. Pierce, FL 34950 USA
Electronic mailGeneral Information: [email protected]
Technical Questions: [email protected]
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