Most aging airframe stories these days have to do with high-priced avgas and airframes sent to the desert. But Ontic Engineering, a Southern California parts and components re-manufacturing and service specialist, is seeing its business expand by keeping “mature” airplanes flying, even through a recession. In 2006, the now 37-year-old company had $30 million in revenues, based on acquiring the intellectual property rights to mature product lines, when it was purchased by BBA Aviation, ...

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