The Moth Service Register
61. RADIO (and approved installations)

(Helène Brillant),
Aérodrome de Nangis,
77370 Nangis,
Tel : +33 160 58 55 70
Fax : +33 160 58 55 71
Email :
(This family run specialist avionics installation business has over thirty years experience in light and antique aircraft is based at Nangis, on the SE edge of the greater Paris region. Installation experience ranges through 1930s Morane-Saulniers and Stampes to the Boeing B.17 with DH types including the Tiger and Hornet Moths, the Chipmunk and the Vampire. Aérodima is EASA Part M subpart S qualified (N° FR.MF.143) and English is spoken fluently)

Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Ltd
West US office:
225 Airport Circle,
Corona, CA 92880
United States of America
Tel: +1 951 372 9555
Fax: +1 951 372 0555
East US office:
452 Dividend Drive,
Peachtree City, GA 30269
United States of America
Tel: +1 770 487 2310
Fax: +1 770 487 2308
For both:
Customer Service 1 800 861 3192
Order Dept: 1 877 477 7823

Aircraft Spruce & Specialty (Europe)
This company has closed its independent European agency. LAS Aerospace Ltd has been appointed as an official agent:
(LAS Aerospace Ltd.,
(Steve Saywell),
Okehampton Point,
Exeter Road Industrial Estate,
Devon, EX20 1UA,
Tel: +44 1837 658 081 or 54747
Fax : +44 1837 658 080

Lees Avionics Ltd.,
(Harry Lees & Barry Peat),
Hangar 1,
Wycombe Air Park, Marlow,
Bucks., SL7 3DP,
Tel: +44 1494 513 661
Fax: +44 1494 513 662
(Lees Avionics has its own hangar at Booker. Its main business is more modern aircraft, but it has completed a number of avionics and electrical installations on Moth aircraft over the years. Lees has recently completed Puss Moth and Tiger Moth installations which included Mode S transponders, COMs and intercom, voltage regulation and the related CAA and LAA technical documentation. Lees is EASA and CAA approved)

Radio Systems Ltd.
(Alan Mothersdale),
Unit 1,
Highlode Industrial Estate,
Stocking Fen Road,
Cambridge PE26 2RB.
Tel: 01487 815111
Fax: 01487 814973
Specialists in ASH 720/721

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