Indianapolis, IN, November 15, 2016– INAir Legacy Avionics Solutions, a FAA and EASA Approved Part-145 Certified Repair Station specializing in the support of legacy cockpit CRT displays and instrumentation, is pleased to announce it has completed a recent brand evolution.
Formerly known as INAir Aviation Services, the brand evolution is part of a company-wide initiative to better align to the needs of legacy avionics operators with easy access to support and services. Further, these changes solidify INAir’s dedication to the legacy avionics overhaul and repair market well into the future.
Most noticeable to the market will be an all new logo, company descriptor and accompanying tagline, “Fly Today, Fly Tomorrow.”, that not only modernizes the image, but clearly communicates the company’s focus and mission.
An all-new user friendly website has also been launched as the cornerstone for integrating these changes both internally and to customer-facing channels. The new website features reorganized content that allows customers to easily find key information like P/N and model information, service down time, parts, capabilities and warranty information. The site also features new, easy to use contact and request for quote areas that are all geared to making the user experience as simple as possible.
“As our company has evolved over the past 25+ years, our focus on supporting operators that have legacy avionics systems has solidified. We specialize in providing cost effective repair solutions that allow these operators to continue to fly “as-built” aircraft now and well into the future. Our new identity and positioning more accurately communicate this focus as we move forward,” said Roger Messick, President, INAir Legacy Avionics Solutions.
INAir Legacy Avionics Solutions, part of RPS Holdings Inc., an Aerospace and Defense focused group of companies based in Los Osos, California, is an FAA and EASA Approved Part-145 Certified Repair Station specializing in the support of legacy cockpit CRT displays and instrumentation, including, display controllers, EFIS displays, AHRS controllers air data computers and more.
Conveniently located in Indianapolis, Indiana, INAir’s facility operates from a state-of-the-art 7,500 sq. ft. climate-controlled and HEPA filtered shop and calibration lab with 2,500 additional sq. ft. in office space. INAir is dedicated to providing avionics overhaul and repair services to aerospace operators and contractors, and delivers innovative, cost-effective cockpit solutions that allow operators to continue to fly “as built” aircraft. For more information visit www.inairaviation.com