Core Services


ATS' Class 4 Facilities are experienced in providing Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul services on virtually any aircraft.


With more than 45 years' experience, ATS offers one of the most comprehensive component repair shops in the industry.


ATS has an in-house team of over 75 skilled engineers ready to support turn-key operations through all phases of your project.

Alternate Solutions

We partner with OEMs and customers to develop new PMA, STC and repair solutions to address high cost, long lead time and high failure parts.

Capabilities Search

Use our search tool to explore our component repair capabilities by ATA chapter, part number, manufacturer, description, engine model and aircraft type. This tool provides consolidated results for all of our component repair locations (Everett, DFW, TPS and AIR). Download your search results using the “download capabilities” button (Excel or .CSV)


ATS Announces New General Manager of Airframe Services Business

September 27, 2017

Aviation Technical Services (ATS) today announced that Adrian Osborn joined the company on September 18 as General Manager of the Airframe Services business, reporting to Paul Dolan, Chief Operations Officer. Adrian is an experienced executive leader with 28 years of successful executive, general and functional management in aerospace operations and program management. In his most recent role ...

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ATS CEO Recognized as Aerospace Futures Alliance’s (AFA) “Aerospace Executive of the Year”

September 21, 2017

Aviation Technical Services (ATS) CEO Matt Yerbic has been presented with the Aerospace Futures Alliance’s first-ever “Aerospace Executive of the Year” award.

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ATS Announces New Vice President of Sales

June 6, 2017

Aviation Technical Services (ATS) today announced that Joe Greenwood joined the company on May 30, 2017 as Vice President of Sales.

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ATS Selected for Installation Program on Airbus Aircraft for Air Canada

April 25, 2017

Aviation Technical Services (ATS) today announced that it has been selected to install a Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) on forty-nine Air Canada Airbus narrow body aircraft.

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