New hangar is to help the growing company keep up with increases in all areas of its avionics business including the rapidly growing demand for ADS-B installations.
Portland, OR (May 02, 2017) — Dewey Conroy, Vice President and COO, Pacific Coast Avionics, announced today that the company has completed a new 5,000 square foot hangar expansion at Aurora State Airport (KUAO), located just south of Portland, Oregon.
“We not only celebrated our 25th anniversary in 2016, we also had one of the best years in our entire history with growth in all areas of our business, but especially with ADS-B installations,” Conroy said. “This new 5,000 square foot addition now gives us nearly 20,000 square feet of hangar space to provide avionics installation and services for any aircraft up to mid-size business jets.”
“Our goal was to get the new hangar completed to coincide with the arrival of spring’s better weather,” he said. “Owners want to have their avionics and aircraft ready for ‘flying season.’”
In addition to the increase in hangar space, Conroy also said that Pacific Coast Avionics is in the process of hiring four additional avionics technicians to help meet the increased demand for installations.
“While we’ve been seeing pretty steady growth over the past couple of years, I’d say by the looks of our increasing reservations list I’d say that owners are finally starting to take the ADS-B compliance mandate seriously,” he said. “By far, that has been the fastest growing part of our business over the past 18-months.”
About Pacific Coast Avionics
Founded in 1991, and located at Aurora State Airport, just south of Portland, Oregon, Pacific Coast Avionics is a major supplier of avionics, instruments, and pilot supplies to customers worldwide, and represents all major manufacturers by providing sales, service and installation support. Its 19,000 square feet of hangar space can accommodate a wide range of aircraft up to and including business jets. Pacific Coast Avionics is an FAA approved Repair Station, No. OPXR455L, Class 1, 2/Limited Instrument. For a copy of the PCA catalog or for more information, visit: www.PCA.aero.