Aftermarket Plastic: Quality On The Rise

PMA approval, fitment, color and pre-drilled replacements only scratch the surface of what's involved in spiffing up the plastic in an old aircraft.

Venture on an aircraft refurbishment project—large or small—and there’s a good chance you’ll be replacing plastic parts. This is an important market because the majority of aging aircraft are decked out in old, faded, cracked and brittle plastic. Sun, vibration, temperature fluctuations and general wear and tear quickly take a toll on plastic components. The […]
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