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Elliott acquires Atlanta-based The Maintenance Group
The Maintenance Group, now part of Elliot Aviation, is equipped to handle airframe inspections, structural and corrosion repairs, airworthiness approvals, STC installations and certifications, and pre-purchase inspections.
Read this story in our February 2021 printed issue.

Elliott Aviation has acquired Atlanta-based MRO The Maintenance Group. The Maintenance Group has been operating at the DeKalb-Peachtree airport in Atlanta, Georgia for over 25 years.

The acquisition of The Maintenance Group adds the following additional airframe service capabilities to Elliott Aviation's portfolio of qualifications: Gulfstream G550/G450/G-V/G-IV/G-III/G-280/G-200/G-150/G-100, Falcon 2000/50/50EX and Bombardier Challenger 350/600/601/650. In addition to the aforementioned aircraft maintenance capabilities, Elliott Aviation's current facilities in Moline, Des Moines and Eden Prairie are ASFs for Beechjet 400A/Hawker 400XP, Hawker, King Air and Premier. Elliott Aviation is also an authorised service centre for Embraer Legacy 400/500, Phenom 100/300 and TBM. Additionally, it regularly utilises its approvals within its 145 repair station for Challenger 300/604/605, several Learjet models and most models of Cessna Citation.

The Maintenance Group is equipped to handle major airframe inspections, structural repairs and modifications, wing corrosion repair, DAR import/export airworthiness approvals, STC installation and certification projects, and pre-purchase inspections. This adds more than 40,000 square feet to Elliott Aviation's nationwide footprint.

“We have been on a mission to expand our MRO footprint to a southeast-based maintenance location and increase our capabilities to new airframes for nearly a year,” says Greg Sahr, CEO of Elliott Aviation. “We are happy to welcome a highly-talented group of experienced maintenance technicians in a geography that will help us expand our overall maintenance capabilities. We've built our 85-year-old brand on providing unmatched quality, uncompromising integrity and unbeatable service, and we're looking forward to providing this same level of great service to both our customers and employees in Atlanta.”

The Maintenance Group owner Dan Furlong adds: “For 25 years, we've built long-standing partnerships with customers in the Atlanta metro area and throughout the United States. Customers have trusted us because they know they can receive excellent service at a fair price. We're happy to partner with Elliott Aviation because is shares the same values that have driven our company since the 90s.”

Elliott Aviation has three additional locations, including Des Moines, Iowa, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and its one-stop-shop headquarters in Moline, Illinois. It is also the parent company of the aircraft sales and brokerage brand, Elliott Jets, and the manufacturing brand Elliott Technologies.

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