Extant Components Group and Southeast Aerospace (SEA) announced they have agreed to work cooperatively to support various legacy avionics and instrument systems and installations. Under the arrangement, SEA will provide repair and test support for certain products produced by Extant under license including Part 145 approved testing and associated FAA & EASA maintenance release documents. Extant will provide all manufacturing, integration, and obsolescence management services as well as Part 21 rebuild and test. Among the initial products to be included under the agreement is an Integrated Instrument Display System.
About Extant Components Group
Extant Components Group, a Warburg Pincus portfolio company with headquarters in Melbourne, Florida, is an aerospace company which specializes in supporting Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) with product licensing, obsolescence management and reengineering, lifecycle sustainment, and counterfeit prevention services for aging, non-core avionics and electronics systems and components used in various commercial, military, business and general aviation applications.
Extant’s licensing programs provide a high quality solution to the challenges that often accompany the continuing aftermarket support of these systems and components and enable OEMs to focus their resources on more current products and new product research and development. Extant is well positioned with both the technical expertise and capital resources needed to provide OEMs with immediate value for non-core assets, a timely and successful product line transition, and a continuing high level of aftermarket customer service and support. For more information visit www.extantcomponents.com
About Southeast Aerospace
Southeast Aerospace (SEA) is a global leader in avionics support, distribution, and integration. Headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, SEA provides a unique combination of MRO, distribution, engineering, and kitting for the business, regional, air transport and special mission markets. For more information, visit www.seaerospace.com.