East Air Corporation

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East Air Corporation has met the changing needs of the aviation and aerospace industries for more than 50 years.

Founded on traditional values of providing quality service and innovative solutions, East Air has developed into a world leader in the aviation support, marketing and distribution service industry.

East Air Corporation was established in 1950 as one of the original FAA designated spare parts stocking and overhaul facilities in the USA. From 1958 to 1962 East Air operated a charter airline based in Germany that provided passenger and cargo services throughout Europe and Africa with its four Douglas DC-4 aircraft. During this period, East Air observed first-hand the many difficulties and inefficiencies that existed in the aerospace supply chain from an operator's perspective.

Since 1950, their organization has changed in many ways to stay current with the emerging demands of their industry. They are proud of how they have grown. Along with their growth, they have never deviated from their basic operating principles:

Strict adherence to their founding principles has earned them an international reputation for consistently dependable service. Their commitment to providing quality products and services has not only gained East Air a distinguished roster of loyal clients worldwide, but also ensures total satisfaction to their future customers.

Their headquarters is located in Hackensack, NJ, with operating companies in Europe and Asia. Their clients include most major OEM's and airlines worldwide.

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East Air Corporation
337 Second Street, P.O. Box 628
Hackensack, NJ 07601
United States

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