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InAir ups certifications package
Always looking for ways to expand its services and capabilities while providing long-term support for legacy avionics customers, InAir has achieved AS9100D and AS9110C certification.
President Roger Messick.

InAir Legacy Avionics Solutions has recently been awarded certification for AS9100D and AS9110C.

These certifications add another level of improved efficiency and enhanced security to InAir's already well-established safety standards for each of its valued customers and in relation to its quality management systems. For being AS9110C certified, this standard includes ISO 9001:2015 quality management system requirements and specifies additional civil and military aviation maintenance and continuing airworthiness industry requirements, definitions and notes. For AS9100D, this is a company level certification based on a standard published by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) titled 'Quality Management Systems - Requirements for Aviation, Space and Defense Organisations'. This standard revises the previous issue, AS9100C.

“We are always looking for ways to improve the customer experience and expand our services and capabilities as we continue to provide long-term support for our legacy avionics customers,” says president Roger Messick.

InAir Legacy Avionics Solution is an FAA and EASA approved Part 145 certified repair station specialising in the support of legacy cockpit CRT displays and instrumentation, including display controllers, EFIS displays, AHRS controllers air data computers and more.

InAir's Indiana facility operates from a 7,500 sq ft climate controlled and HEPA filtered shop and calibration lab with 2,500 additional sq ft of office space. The company is dedicated to providing avionics overhaul and repair services to aerospace operators and contractors, and delivering innovative, cost-effective cockpit solutions that allow operators to continue to fly 'as built' aircraft.

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