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Friday
May252018

Dallas Aeronautical Services Launches New Website

Dallas Aeronautical Services (DAS) is proud to announce the launch of their new website, www.dasvcs.com. The site has been completely revamped in order to become more customer focused, allowing easier and a more targeted connection with DAS and their expansive suite of services. The focus is on connecting, giving our customers the most up to date knowledge of our services, as well as keeping us connected on social media platforms.

The website features a full redesign of user-friendly functions that incorporates direct access to contact us, plus provides a comprehensive look at what services we provide for corporate and commercial customers. We designed the website with minimal clicks to get to the exact location you need, along with our direct phone number at every location for you to connect to us.

Dallas Aeronautical Services (DAS) is an FAA Part 145 Repair Station that provides support for corporate and commercial aircraft operators through the overhaul and repair of composites, structures and assemblies. Specializing in thrust reversers, control surfaces, engine cowls, pylon and floor panels, doors, as well as radome repair and testing, DAS provides support for Bombardier Learjet and Challenger, Gulfstream, Piaggio, Embraer, Boeing, and Hawker Beechcraft and Beechjet components.

In addition, DAS has cultivated a diverse list of active partnerships within the aviation industry, including leading OEMs. Conveniently located just south of Dallas Love Field airport, DAS can support aggressive turn times while maintaining the highest quality and providing competitive prices. To learn more visit www.dasvcs.com or call 972-723-3164.

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