FAA Repair Station

Champion Aerospace provides a world class, FAA certified repair station to service our customers. We have a secure space over 2000 sq. ft. dedicated to servicing our product. New state-of-the-art equipment enables Champion to provide a detailed analysis and extensive acceptance test on all products to ensure quality. We have FAA certified repairmen with over 123 years of combined experience.

FAA Repair Station Staff

Repair Station Manager
Adam McNine
Office: (864) 843-5353
Fax: (864) 843-5467
Email: adammcnine@champaero.com

Repair Station Technical Supervisor
Scott Davis
Office: (864) 843-7805
Fax: (864) 843-5414
Email: scottdavis@champaero.com

Certified Repair Stations

Kansas Aviation
Quality Aircraft Accessories

FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the expected turnaround time for repair station product?
A. Exciter Test certification 10 days. Exciter Rebuild Overhaul 30 days / TRUs Testing Certification 10 days / TRUs Repair 30 days / Leads Test certification 10 days. Leads Rebuild Overhaul 30 days / Igniter and Spark Plug Service 15 days / available depending on quantity

Q. What is the warranty for a repair station product?
A. Rebuilt product will receive a new unit warranty. Repairs and overhauls will receive a 90-day warranty. Service product will be free of defect upon receipt. No other warranty is offered.

Q. Who do I contact for returning product?
A. Click here for more information.

Q. What functions does the repair station perform?
A. The repair station inspects/repairs/overhauls and rebuilds exciters, TRUs, and leads. The repair station also services spark plugs and igniters.

Q. Is the repair station ISO certified?
A. Yes, Champion Aerospace is certified to AS9100C:2009. Click here for more info.

Q. Is the repair station EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) Certified?
A. Yes, click here for more information.

Q. Is the repair station FAA certified?
A. Yes, click here for more information.