ROTAIR AEROSPACE SORPORATION

President of Rotair Aerospace Corporation, Wes Harrington

Rotair Aerospace Corporation, Inc., led by 22-year industry veteran Wes Harrington, provides replacement parts for both commercial and military helicopters, supplying components for repairs on Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation and Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. models. Rotair Aerospace Corporation also has extensive experience overhauling and repairing aircraft components, particularly those of the UH-60 Series. President Wes Harrington upholds Rotair Aerospace Corporation’ quality tradition; the company has invested millions in its Aerospace Quality Management System (AQMS) and employs cutting-edge technology to ensure that its products meet or exceed design and performance specifications. Rotair Aerospace Corporation is ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100 compliant, having received a perfect score on its most recent recertification audit.

The company’s quality control system meets the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration Part 21 for Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA), and the facility is an FAA Repair Station for mechanical and hydraulic components. Rotair Aerospace Corporation is the largest provider of FAA-approved parts, with over 3,000 Rotorcraft PMAs, the most of any company in the country. Rotair Aerospace Corporation, led by Wes Harrington, maintains a product delivery on-time rate of more than 90%, achieving this through a combination of accurate inventory control, record keeping, and packaging and shipping. Rotair Aerospace Corporation also focuses on reducing aircraft downtime for commercial clients through its advanced manufacturing system and the upkeep of a large inventory of high-use and life-limited components.

In addition, every year, the company receives and fulfills hundreds of requests from the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA). Wes Harrington led the company to a larger market share and a 30% increase in the workforce in 2009. By hiring the majority of its new employees from the surrounding Bridgeport, Connecticut community, the move benefited the local community.