Hawker Pacific Partners with Aero Dynamix to Create International Night Vision Imaging Repair Station Hawker Pacific, the leading aircraft sales and product support company in Asia, Pacific and the Middle East has announced it will partner with Aero Dynamix Inc. to create an additional Aero Dynamix international Repair Station. The repair facility for Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) solutions will be an extension to Hawker Pacific’s existing Avionics repair facility in Dubai. Drawing on 35 years of experience, the Middle East facility offers unsurpassed maintenance, modification and support services to the regional and international markets.
Aero Dynamix is the industry leader and principal innovator of integrated NVIS solutions for both commercial and military aircraft. The company specialises in complete and fully-integrated cockpit modifications for night vision applications.
“Hawker Pacific is delighted to be partnering with Aero Dynamix in the Middle East. The creation of the international repair station for Night Visioning Imaging Solutions will add to the range of services Hawker Pacific already offers and contribute to future growth in the region,” said Paul Giles, Chief Operating Officer, Hawker Pacific – Middle East.
“Hawker Pacific is uniquely equipped with the skills, high-tech equipment and authorisations that are required for testing and re-certification of Aero Dynamix’s sophisticated NVG modified lighting systems and equipment,” said Mr. Giles.
“This partnership demonstrates Hawker Pacific’s ongoing commitment to delivering innovative solutions to meet the expanding requirements of our customers. The new facility will ensure minimal down time and improved service levels to Aero Dynamix operators throughout the Middle East region and beyond,” he concluded.
Aero Dynamix has been specialising in NVIS lighting solutions for more than 20 years and is the preferred NVG provider for most new aircraft production. Aero Dynamix’s headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Euless, Texas.
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