AeroParts & Supply Southwest, Inc. Completes Facility Upgrade and Move at Dallas Executive Airport 

AeroParts & Supply Southwest, Inc. (APSS) has completed a facility move to an upgraded hangar and shop space located at Dallas Executive Airport (RBD), and is now fully operational. The well-established General Aviation parts, supply and repair company celebrated their grand opening of the facility in early September. 

The 3,808 sq. ft. facility consists of larger shop space that includes an enclosed dedicated battery shop. The facility also consists of an expanded wheel and brake shop, warehouse, and office space. In addition, the facility has a redesigned retail space for GA parts that makes it easier than ever for customers to select common parts. The move aligns with APSS's efforts to make online part buying easier with a revamped website featuring more robust parts search and online purchasing options, which launched earlier this year. 

"When we started business in 1994, we were a small repair station and parts shop that tried to provide the very best customer experience possible," says James Noe, president of APSS. "This new facility is not only a testament to our dedication to customer service, but also to our substantial growth over the last 24 years. With this move we are able to offer parts and repair services more efficiently for our customers, as well as expanding our reach with the integration of our new online parts purchasing system. This means an enhanced experience in all aspects for our customers," Noe continues. 

AeroParts & Supplies Southwest is located at Dallas Executive Airport (RBD) and is an FAA-Certified Repair Station that specializes in the sales and repair of general aviation aircraft parts. Capabilities include a wheel, brake, and tire shop and a full battery repair shop. In addition, APSS maintains a large inventory of parts for the general aviation marketplace including: Champion spark plugs, aircraft instrument panel lighting, Sky-Tec, Hartzell Starter, Rapco replacements for Cleveland brake disks, anti-collision lighting and more.

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