king aerospace aircraft painters

Paint Applied Right

July 2, 2020

VVIP aircraft typically need to be painted every seven to 10 years. With costs in the six figures, it pays to do it right. At King Aerospace, we do.

An Easy Decision

Our paint technicians routinely exceed expectations – even on the most challenging paint projects. Our aircraft paint services – from computer-generated paint schemes and renderings to our three-year aircraft paint warranty – set the standards for quality paint performance. We offer both corrosion detection and correction. Meticulous stripping of old paint and proper sanding help ensure a proper coating of primer then paint.

aircraft painting in progress

We price our services to be all inclusive of everything from planning to hazmat fees, so there are no unhappy surprises. Alarms, monitoring and airflow systems coupled with years of proven painting expertise help ensure the best paint environment possible for your aircraft. We develop a paint plan at the outset so you know what kind of turn time to expect. You’ll find we deliver as planned.

Our aircraft painting process regularly helps us achieve one of the industry’s highest customer satisfaction rates. One customer wrote to tell us, “King Aerospace has now set what I would call ‘the perfect 10’ standard.”

Wide-Ranging Aircraft Paint Services

Turn to King Aerospace for jobs large and small. It won’t surprise you to learn that we can quickly dispatch a simple re-strip or registration change. But talk to us about how expediently we can turnaround a full strip or highly complex custom design. We don’t take shortcuts, but we do often work miracles. Our team has great expertise in corporate aircraft paint, enabling a level of productiveness that gets your aircraft completed and back in service.

aircraft painting technician

If you’ve ever had an aircraft not properly masked or had paint over sprayed on wheel wells and door frames, you know that not all paint jobs are executed at the same high level. If you’re looking for great, not simply “good enough,” talk to us.