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AGDisplays Receives Federal Aviation Administration Certification to Allow In-Flight Panel Repairs

By Business Wire News   


In an effort to further reduce costs for clients, AGDisplays receives certification by the Federal Aviation Administration to open and maintain a Part 145 Repair Station. This certification will allow AGDisplays to bring exclusive LCD repair solutions for in-flight panels instead of replacing expensive and minimally-damaged LCD units.

Lidia Hidalgo, President of AGDisplays said: “Providing customers with repair resources drastically extends the life of in-flight panels that would need to be completely replaced regardless of the extent of damage to them. The FAA certification allows us to better service our customers by saving them thousands of dollars. They now have an option to repair the units with a leader in the LCD panel industry.”

The Repair Station is located in their 84,000 square foot facility in Greensburg, Pa. With their Air Agency certificate, AGDisplays ensures that programs, quality systems and methods of compliance are stringently reviewed, evaluated, and documented when it comes to the maintenance of FAA-approved articles. In addition, AGDisplays employs Part 65 certified repairmen trained to inspect, repair, and approve airworthy LCD panels within the Repair Station’s rating.

Companies looking for in-flight panel repairs can now contact AGDisplays to discuss capabilities and how they can serve you. Their dedicated teams are committed to becoming your trusted partner.

AGDisplays is a display solutions company that provides high quality LCD enhancement products and services. They offer a wide selection of NVIS, optical bond, turnkey, and display solutions. They also offer LCD film and lamination enhancements, touch screen integration, LED backlighting, ruggedization and expert repair services and support. AGDisplays’ capabilities span the medical, military, marine, transportation, manufacturing and financial industries.

Silvia Chaves, 646-942-3991


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