Established in 2010 with a two bay narrow body facility, Spokane quickly ran out of capacity and built a second hangar in 2014. Spokane is an ideal location for narrow body commercial aircraft to be painted because all major airlines flight routes through Spokane International Airport making aircraft painting extremely convenient for US airlines. Spokane’s proximity to Seattle also makes it an ideal location for outsourced OEM opportunities. At stated, Spokane is a popular place to paint narrow bodies, and as such Spokane paints just under 150 aircraft per year. Currently, Spokane employs 115 employees who are committed to continual improvement through our Quality Management System and AS9100C certificate.
8510 W. Electric Ave. Spokane, WZ 99224
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2010 (Hangar 2 built in 2013)
Hangar 1 – 2-Bay facility that can accommodate 2×737 or up to 1×757. Hangar 2 – 1-Bay facility that can accommodate 1×737
Alaska, Boeing 737 Production
We have wet fire suppression (water) for the facility’s overhead suppression and we have a wheeled nitrogen fire extinguisher in each bay along with several ABC fire extinguishers.
We have a three-teared exhaust air filtration system that comprises of the following: ATI-3000 NESHAP filter (Primary bag filter), Ati-500 NESHAP filter (secondary panel filter), and channel blanket media filters.
Hazardous Waste Disposal
The hangar has a “closed loop” drainage system and hazardous water is collected and shipped to licensed hazardous disposal sites. Paint & stripper solid waste is also collected and disposed of using certified hazardous waste carriers and disposal companies. (ENVA)
ADR control (Airport Authority)