Partnership Formed Between Mayo Aviation and Stevens Aerospace

Mayo Aviation announces a strategic alliance with Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems to enhance their aircraft maintenance capabilities. This partnership will involve Stevens taking over Mayo Aviation’s maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) operations at Centennial Airport (KAPA). Mayo, part of the George J. Priester Aviation family of companies, will now be able to concentrate on aircraft owners and charter services while providing customers with a broader range of MRO options through the national partnership with Stevens.

Brent Moldowan, President of Mayo Aviation, expressed his enthusiasm for the alliance: “This allows us to better serve our customers by focusing on their needs while offering them a national MRO partnership with increased capabilities and expertise. Stevens has a strong track record in maintenance services nationwide, providing our owners with a reliable provider plan.”

The alliance will benefit all Priester customers by granting them greater access to MRO services for various types of aircraft, particularly Mayo Aviation’s longstanding relationship with Colorado Flight for Life and its King Air aircraft fleet. Customers of Mayo Aviation will also have the opportunity to leverage Stevens’ operational expertise and scale, including preferential scheduling. This move will mark Stevens’ expansion to the farthest west location at Centennial Airport, aligning with the values and customer-centric approach shared by all companies under the George J. Priester umbrella.

Moldowan further emphasized the compatibility of values between Mayo Aviation and Stevens: “Stevens’ reputation as a privately owned aviation company resonates with our own values and customer-centric focus. Partnering with a well-established and like-minded company enables Mayo Aviation to better meet the needs of our aircraft owners and enhance the experience for charter clients.”