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We supply aircraft spare parts to Airlines and Repair Stations worldwide.





CAS was founded Florida in January, 2014. Now CAS support most Major and Regional airlines as well as General Aviation customers in North, South and Central America, Canada, The Caribbean, South Africa, Australia and the Pacific. CAS is dynamic company dedicated to providing aviation aftermarket spare parts to OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), operators, MROs (maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities) and distributors worldwide. Today's technology has allowed the world to become "local" and enables us to meet our clients' local, national and international inventory needs from our headquarters in South Florida. Our team is committed to maintaining the highest level of customer service to its clients. Supplying our customers with top quality parts, at an affordable price, in an expeditious manner have been key factors to our global success. Our purpose is to provide all categories of aircraft operators with access to experience, knowledge, assistance and resources not readily available in the market. This is most relevant for both general & regional aviation and new airlines alike where it is problematic to appoint highly experienced key personnel. We stand out from our competition by delivering the highest quality parts, and providing superior customer care and supply-chain connectivity. In addition to our in-house inventory, we work with manufacturers, parts distributors, MROs and airlines to source and procure the finest in aircraft parts-spares. Accountability, loyalty, and integrity these are the values that we live, these are the values that we build our relationships and our company upon.





The company you can trust.

CAS developed and implemented an Aerospace Quality Management System in order to document the company’s best business practices, better satisfy the requirements and expectations of its customers and improve the overall management of the company. This Quality Assurance Manual has been prepared and developed using the following references as its guidelines:

Federal Aviation Regulations

  • AC 00-56 Voluntary Industry Distributor Accreditation Program

AC 20-62 Eligibility, Quality and Identification of Approved Aeronautical Replacement Parts
AC 21-2 Export Airworthiness Approvals Procedures
AC 21-20 Supplier Surveillance Procedures
AC 21-29 Detection and Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts
AC 20-36 Index of Articles Certified Under the TSO System
AC 21-38 Disposition of Unsalvageable Aircraft Parts and Materials
AC 43-9 Maintenance Records
Order 8110.42 PMA Approval Procedures
Order 8130.21 Procedures for Completion and Use of FAA Form 8130-3
AC 145-9 Guide for Developing and Evaluating Repair Station Inspection Procedures Manuals

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