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PAL Aerospace has announced the consolidation of its engineering, design, certification and aircraft modification capacity under the PAL Aerospace brand. As part of this consolidation, DECA Aviation will now operate within PAL Aerospace.
“DECA Aviation has through its history built an impressive and well-earned reputation for expertise and reliability in the areas of design, engineering, certification, aircraft modifications, program management, and integrated kit supply provision,” said PAL CEO Jake Trainor. “In moving forward with this consolidation of our operations, PAL Aerospace will be enhancing our internal capacity through increased collaboration while at the same time building our value proposition by providing a single point of accountability to our valued customers.”
PAL Aerospace remains committed to delivering comprehensive engineering to support a wide variety of valued customers, including single aircraft operators, major airlines, aircraft lessors, government, paramilitary and military forces, completion centres, maintenance repair and overhaul operators and original equipment manufacturers.
DECA Aviation’s status as a Transport Canada Design Approval Organization (DAO) will be preserved in the consolidated PAL Aerospace, as will DECA’s 4000-plus Transport Canada supplemental type certificates. PAL Aerospace will continue to offer customers a full suite of products and services ranging from ready-made kits to turnkey engineering and design solutions.