Airborne Support Co. Ltd was founded in 1994 as a local provider of limited aircraft component repair services in Thailand. Almost 20 years later, Airborne Support continues to serve the Thailand market as a trusted and respected aviation partner who is committed to enhancing customer astisfaction and value by delivering extremely cost effective aircraft component repair services with a personal touch. Airborne Support stands as the only independent and non-airline aviation service company in Thailand capable of providing a myriad of crucial aerospace support services while maintaining TDCA, (FAA and EASA standards for future).
Now, with a considerable expansion of it certified capabilities and MRO facilities, Airborne Support has positioned itself to provide its customers with additional aircraft component repair services, thereby offering local aviation maintenance managers the option of dramatically reducing their aircraft component repair costs. This considerable financial commitment is indicative of Airborne Support's efforts to remain current with changing international quality requirements and the needs of its valued customers.
The company's mission is to provide all aircraft end-users and operators with expertly formulated alternatives to existing vendors, while providing that option in a more convenient, comprehensive and cost-competitive manner.
It is also Airborne's stated mission to maintain 100% customer satisfaction in regard to quality and completion time while continually striving to exceed its customers expectations of cost.
Through the utilization of the absolute latest aviation, electronic and informational technologies and by designing effective and efficient MRO systems, which can easily be seen during a tour of the new Airborne Support MRO facility, we can assure our customers of a perfect product from the outset; thereby insuring an unparalleled level of service and quality to our customers.
The ultimate vision of Airborne Support, simply stated, is: An Asian aerospace industry that possesses the local engineering and technical expertise to drive its own destiny".
News & Update
Airborne Support breaks ground on new repair facility
Located on Chaeng Wattana 1, just one kilometre from it current repair facilities, Airborne Support recently began construction of an all new, 12,000 square foot repair facility designed exclusively to accommodate Airborne's considerably expanded capabilities, including an new FPI line and enhanced inspection equipment.
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