AMI Aviation Services, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AeroMech Incorporated, specializes in the design, fabrication, and installation of complex electrical harness systems for the aviation industry and in the installation, modification, and repair of avionics systems.  Experienced on commercial, military and general aviation aircraft, the firm’s unique repair station operations specifications allow AMI Aviation to install and repair avionics systems in any make or model of fixed or rotary-wing aircraft with no geographic limitation.  AMI Aviation’s FAA certified PMA facility is located at the Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) and supports both the electrical harness and avionics businesses. Drawing on its relationship with industry leader AeroMech Incorporated, AMI Aviation provides comprehensive and intelligent solutions to its customers worldwide.

  • FAA PMA Fabrication Facility
    - PQ4017CE
  • FAA Part 145 Repair Station
     - CRS 6A5R818B (Sanford)
  • Avionics Modifications and Installations
  • Electrical harness design, fabrication, and installation
  • Located at Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)
  • Remote aircraft modification services
  • Subsidiary of AeroMech Incorporated


AMI Aviation Services, LLC (“AMI”) announced it is taking pre-orders for a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) and Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) Kit with optional installation services to retrofit the Beechcraft 1900D Airliner with proven Garmin G950 glass panel technology.  The G950 avionics will thoroughly modernize the aging 1900D cockpit and offer operators dramatic life cycle cost benefits including greater reliability, reduced weight, simplified fleet-wide training, and a flexible architecture designed to accommodate future technology in this legendary commuter airliner and corporate shuttle/VIP aircraft. 
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