With over 40 years of experience in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul service, Condor Aircraft has proven exceptional, high-quality work to numerous airlines in the U.S., Latin America and Europe. This FAA and EASA approved repair station – based in Miami – is a family-owned business with extensive aeronautical experience.
According to Lorena Sinning, CEO of Condor Aircraft since 1994 and Board Member of the Miami Maintenance Council – of which Condor is also a proud member, “What makes us stand out from other repair stations is our lead time. We have FAA A&P certified technicians in-house with more than 10 years of experience, allowing us to complete the client’s project in a timely manner. In addition, being a family-operated business, we are more flexible in pricing our work much more competitively than the traditional corporate repair station … at the same time, delivering the same level of quality work.”
Condor’s clients are primarily from the U.S. and Latin America – respectively 80/15 with an additional 5% from Eastern Europe – providing service to airliners DHL, Amerijet, Arrow Cargo, ING – Vegas, AeroSur, Avianca and Northern Air Cargo, amongst others. Their specialty relies on the repair and maintenance of nose cowls, thrust reversers, elevators, tabs, spoilers, ailerons and flaps on all Boeing aircraft, DC-8, DC-9 and DC-10, Airbus 300/A310/A320, and other cargo planes. A typical thrust reverser will take Condor an average of 25-days, utilizing 2-3 sets of maintenance crews to properly repair and inspect it.
Our high quality work is the result of years of experience on every type of composite materials such as fiberglass, carbon fiber, metal to metal bonding, graphite, keblar and much more, says Sinning.