Flightcheck Commercial Aviation Services Adds to Line Maintenance Platform
Bensenville, IL (April 15, 2022) – Flightcheck Commercial Aviation Services, a leading provider of aircraft line maintenance, ground handling, and de-icing services, announced today that it acquired the line maintenance division of Boxell Aerospace.
Founded in 2006 by Lance Syner, Boxell Aerospace’s line maintenance division provides outsourced aircraft maintenance services to airline operators at Charleston International Airport, Savannah/ Hilton Head International Airport, and Hilton Head Island Airport. Following the transaction, Boxell will continue to operate its aviation products division.
“We are extremely excited for Flightcheck to continue providing customers in Charleston, Savannah, and Hilton Head with high-quality aircraft maintenance services,” said Mr. Syner. “Flightcheck’s strong reputation and shared core values made them a natural successor to Boxell’s line maintenance division.”
“The acquisition of Boxell’s line maintenance division marks the start of a new and exciting growth period for Flightcheck,” said Wayne Jimerson, Flightcheck’s CEO and President. “Boxell established a leading regional market position by providing best-in-class customer service and demonstrating an unwavering commitment to safety, making this a compelling opportunity to expand Flightcheck’s footprint into the Southeast region and deliver top-quality services to our customers across multiple locations. We are very pleased to welcome Boxell’s mechanics to the Flightcheck family.”
Lineage Capital invested in Flightcheck in 2020 to support Flightcheck’s growth ambitions.
Based in Bensenville, IL, with a presence at nine airport locations across North America, Flightcheck provides line maintenance, de-icing, and ground handling services for domestic and international cargo and commercial airlines. To learn more, please visit www.flightcheck.us.
About Boxell Aerospace
Boxell Aerospace is a designer and manufacturer of aircrew equipment and tooling that make the job of flying and maintaining aircraft safer, more comfortable, and more efficient. To learn more, please visit www.boxell.com.
About Lineage Capital
Lineage Capital is a Boston-based private equity firm that invests exclusively in owner-managed businesses. Lineage’s unique partnership approach provides business owners with significant liquidity, while enabling them to retain a meaningful ownership stake in their company and continued control of the board of directors. To learn more, please visit www.lineagecap.com.
Flightcheck is hiring for deicing agents for this winter season. Apply using our form: https://form.jotform.com/212424734867057
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Flightcheck is hiring, A&P certified, Aircraft Mechanics for our locations at ORD and BWI!
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