AirFlyte rebrands as Rectrix MRO


AirFlyte, a premier provider of corporate aircraft maintenance, has announced that it will be changing its name to Rectrix MRO Inc. The rebranding stems from the 2013 acquisition of AirFlyte by Rectrix Commercial Aviation Services, with the new name used to market the company’s maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services.

Rectrix is already a recognized provider of private jet charter, aircraft management and FBO services, with locations across the USA. Its jet charter arm stems from its acquisition of the New World Jet Corporation in 2009, which was later rebranded as Rectrix Aviation Inc. The company’s Part 145 Repair stations, previously branded as AirFlyte, are located at the Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport, Massachusetts and the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport, Florida. It also has an FAA approved satellite repair station at the Worcester Regional Airport, Massachusetts.

Rich Cawley, Rectrix CEO, said, “AirFlyte has a tremendous reputation as a corporate aircraft maintenance provider. This rebrand to Rectrix MRO purposely affirms our commitment to excellence. Rebranding the name to Rectrix helps position one united brand to our customers, highlights the growth and importance of our MRO services, and strengthens our sense of shared community.”

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