Constant Aviation announces merger with Lone Star AOG


Constant Aviation – a Directional Aviation company offering full-service maintenance, repair and overhaul with a nationwide network – has announced a merger with Lone Star AOG. The combined companies will operate under Constant Aviation and the full transition will take 30 days.

“The aircraft-on-ground (AOG) business at Constant Aviation has been growing consistently the last year. Our 2016 goal will be to continue to focus on providing our customers AOG support anytime, anywhere. The merger between Constant and Lone Star AOG creates a nationwide AOG support system. Our technicians will now dispatch out of eight cities: Cleveland, Ohio; Birmingham, Alabama; Orlando, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; Dallas, Texas; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We will continue to grow our AOG business, adding teams to cities where a need exists. The entire Constant team could not be more excited about this partnership and the opportunities it will bring,” said Stephen Maiden, president/CEO Constant Aviation.

“Lone Star AOG is proud to be merging with Constant Aviation. The two companies are a perfect fit because they have the same core values that have made them successful. Both companies understand the importance of customer service and the value of being available at any moment to support a customer. When customers find themselves in an AOG situation, they want a reliable solution they can trust. Both Constant and Lone Star have built their AOG businesses off that philosophy,” stated Phillip Lawrence, partner Lone Star AOG.

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