Aircraft maintenance provider, STS Line Maintenance has opened a line maintenance station at Ohio’s John Glenn Columbus (CMH) Airport, bringing its total number of maintenance stations throughout the US, Bahamas and the UK to 37.
“As is the case with most new stations that we open, our clients reached out and requested our award-winning aircraft maintenance services in Columbus,” said Mark Smith, President of STS Aviation Group, which owns STS Line Maintenance. “After careful consideration and months of planning, the new station is now open and already repairing aircraft.”
Robby Bush, VP and General Manager of STS Line Maintenance added: “this is another exciting step for us at STS Line Maintenance. As our company continues to expand its global reach, we will continue to provide the aerospace industry with cost-effective aircraft maintenance solutions at every turn.”
The new facility will be open seven days a week and the on-the-ground team has the ability to store spare parts on property, which adds a significant increase to the overall cost-saving’s benefits STS is able to deliver to customers at CMH Airport.