AMS Expanding Capabilities, Moving to Bigger Building

Chesterland, OH – To meet the growing global demand for repair and overhaul of high-value components found on military aircraft, Aerospace Maintenance Solutions, LLC (AMS) is adding new capabilities in 2018 and moving into a larger building to increase work production capacity by more than 200%.


The AS9110 certified repair station is expanding its hydraulic, pneumatics and electronics capabilities with new test equipment and multiple work stations throughout the new facility. The new capabilities support existing platforms (e.g. F-16, UH-60) with greater hydraulic flow capacity and larger generator wattage and control capabilities.


AMS is expanding the instrument capabilities it offers to end users with air data calibration capabilities.


Additional equipment supporting repairs and overhauls of aircraft electronics includes military standard 1553 data bus stations, accelerometer and gyroscope testing stations, radio and radar repair stations, and fuel flow transmitter support. AMS is expanding CADC support to include additional aircraft platforms. The company will also devote more square footage and company resources to its in-house Quality and Engineering/R&D departments at the new building, located in Solon, Ohio in the USA.


Move-in will take place in the fourth quarter of 2018. For more information,  contact 




AMS Exhibits at 2018 Farnborough Air Show

Chesterland, OH – As part of the USA Partnership Pavilion, Aerospace Maintenance Solutions, LLC (AMS) is exhibiting at the 2018 Farnborough International Air Show. The show starts July 16 and ends July 22 at the Farnborough Airport, United Kingdom. AMS’s exhibit is located in booth 2588.


Among the repair and overhaul capabilities being promoted at the booth are several components of AIM-9 weapon systems for F-16 fighter jets. Many of the 52 countries represented at the Farnborough International Air Show use AIM-9 weapon systems.


Current Sidewinder capabilities supported by AMS include electrical and electronic repairs to power supplies, data bus interfaces, and the Sidewinder’s launch rail.  AMS technicians are trained, skilled, and knowledgeable of the use of data bus analyzers and other support equipment needed to troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair AIM-9 component units.


AMS maintains current technical data and standard operating procedure revisions required for AIM-9 maintenance, repair and overhaul. Test and maintenance procedures are validated and maintained within our AS9110 processes.


AIM-9 products received by AMS comply with ITAR and government regulations concerning weapon systems. Capabilities also include countermeasures, fire control systems, stores management panels and other weapon system components.


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