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FAA approves C&L for re-webbing and repairs
C&L is one of only a few non-OEM US facilities offering to repair and re-web seat belts and cargo netting. Customers face steep costs and long lead-times from OEMs, and C&L's is a quality product at a lower cost.
Read this story in our July 2024 printed issue.

C&L Aviation Services has received FAA-approved repair specification to repair and re-web 9G/16G seat belts and cargo netting at its MRO facility in Bangor, Maine. This makes C&L one of only a few non-OEM facilities offering this service in the US for operators and MROs seeking alternate solutions to OEM replacements for belts that have become damaged or timed out.

"We are excited to be able to offer this service to our customers who are facing steep costs and long lead-times from OEMs to get replacement belts," says Ernesto Mendoza, seat belt production manager. "We produce a quality product that meets the rigours of industry testing at a cost significantly lower than the OEMs. Add that to our quick turn times, and we will be able to make a lot of customers happy with our service."

C&L is currently offering belt re-webbing in 13 different colour options and can produce custom colours if desired. The company has also set up a rotable exchange pool for customers who require an immediate seat belt replacement.

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