Coronavirus: Aeroplex offers FBO disinfection service


Aviation property management and development company Aeroplex is offering FBO and hangar disinfecting services to help combat Coronavirus.

The California-based company, which is also ramping up infectious disease safety and protective guidelines at each of its own locations is using equipment and processes approved by the USA’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Aeroplex president and CEO Curt Castagna said, “We’re pleased to offer these capabilities to protect our own based operations, guests and visitors, as well as to help keep front-line workers healthy and productive during the downturn in flight activity.

“Times of crisis such as this are when you direct your focus to the well-being of others, keeping your company’s mission and core values at the forefront.

A typical aviation facility disinfecting process depends on the size of the building. However, Aeroplex said it can adapt services around the needs of the specific operation and facilities can typically be returned within 30 minutes of disinfecting.

A treatment remains effective from seven to 14 days depending on the use of the areas. Disinfection services can be applied in office, lobbies, shop areas, hangars, equipment and other interior spaces.

The Aeroplex / Aerolease Group has trained its team members on disinfecting services at Aeroplex locations, beginning with its own in Long Beach, California and Van Nuys, California. The company’s proprietary process follows NATA Guidelines for disinfection and uses approved products to disinfect facilities and prevent the spread of infectious diseases. NATA Covid 19 Guidance

The services can be scheduled directly through Aeroplex / Aerolease Group’s team via the email address:


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