70. Spraying and painting services

Suppliers

Aéro Service Romans

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Contact name: Clément Schneider

195 impasse Roland Garros,
Quartier les Chasses,
26750 Saint-Paul-les-Romans
France

Tel: +33 4 75 05 45 15

Fax: +33 4 75 05 16 33

Description:

Aéro Service Romans is a GA maintenance organisation based on the grass airfield at Romans in the south of France that assisted in the completion of Tiger Moth F-PMYI (2014).

Airtime Paint Ltd

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Contact name: Terry Caston

Hangar 435 (Green Zone)
Bournemouth International Airport
Christchurch, Dorset,
BH23 6NW, England

Tel: +44 1202 580 411

Mobile (cell): 07912 74 9928

Email: info@airtimepaint.co.uk

Website: http://airtimepaint.co.uk/aircraft

Description:

The Airtime Paint team is from the former Aviation Paint Ltd, once called Airtime. Over the years it has painted all kinds of aircraft including de Havilland types such as the Sea Vixen, the DH60 Moth and the Puss Moth

Cornwall Aviation Services Ltd.

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Contact name: Rod Bellamy

Hangar 3, Bodmin Airfield,

Cardinham, Bodmin,

Cornwall PL30 4BU,

England

Tel: +44 1208 821 535

Fax: +44 1208 821 308

Email: info@cornwallaviation.co.uk

Website: http://www.cornwallaviation.co.uk/ (site under construction)

Description:

Cornwall Aviation is able to issue CAA, LAA, BGA & BMAA approvals. Experience includes the construction of a DH2 and the restoration of a DH89A Dragon Rapide as well as other First War types

Eastern Sailplanes Ltd.

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Contact name: Peter Johnson

Longacre, Bradfield St. Clare,
Bury St. Edmunds,
Suffolk, IP30 0EF
Workshop address:
The Blister Hangar,
Lavenham Lodge Farm,
Alpheton, Suffolk, CO10 9BT,
England

Tel: +44 1284 827 300

Fax: +44 1284 827 300

Mobile (cell): +44 1284 827 399

Email: peterrjohnson@btinternet.com

Description:

After 22 years in the defence industry Peter Johnson founded Eastern Sailplanes in 2001 to focus on the repair of high performance sailplanes and glider tugs. The company began repairing Tiger Moths two years later, and is now completely reoriented towards the provision of vintage aircraft services, so far concentrating on the repair and maintenance of Tiger Moths. The company has new premises on a 650 metre strip at Lavenham.

Luskintyre Aircraft Restorations

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Contact name: Matt Webber

Luskintyre Airfield,

252 Pywells Road,

Luskintyre,

Lochinvar, NSW 2321,

Australia

Tel: +61 2 4930 6221

Fax: +44 1328 830 232

Mobile (cell): +61 408 422 805

Email: matt@aircraftrestoration.com.au

Website: http://aircraftrestoration.com.au

Description:

Luskintyre Aircraft Restorations, once Windair and based on the private airfield of Luskintyre, continues a 40-year tradition as a major restorer and repairer of de Havilland aircraft. LAR has extensive experience in aircraft paint schemes.

Skycraft Ltd.

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Contact name: Dave Almey

Riverside House,

Bloodfold Farm,

Ravens Bank, Saturday Bridge,

Holbeach, Lincolnshire,

PE12 8SR,

England

Tel: +44 1406 540 777

Email: sales@skycraft.ltd

Website: http://www.sky-craft.co.uk

Description:

Skycraft supplies a range of materials and components for homebuilt aircraft, including many items useful for maintaining and repairing Moths.

Touchdown Engineering Ltd.

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Contact name: William Layzell

Old Buckenham Airfield,

Abbey Road, Old Buckenham,

Attleborough,

Norfolk NR17 1PU,

England.

Tel: +44 1953 861 351

Mobile (cell): 07785 396 457

Email: eng@oldbuckeng.co.uk

Website: http://www.oldbuckeng.co.uk

Description:

Established in 2004, Touchdown Engineering specialises in vintage aircraft rebuilds and has completed Tiger Moth G-BYLB and Chipmunk G-BFAW. The company is CAA M2 (A8-24) and CAMO (A8-25) approved for Annex 2 and FAA and LAA coverage is available.

Vintage Fabrics Ltd.

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Contact name: Clive & Linda Denney

The Mitchell Hangar,

Audley End Airfield,

Saffron Walden,

Essex, CB11 4LH,

England

Tel: +44 1799 510 756

Mobile (cell): 07710 809 763

Email: clive@vintagefabrics.co.uk

Website: http://www.vintagefabrics.co.uk

Description:

Re-formed in 1997, Vintage Fabrics specialises in fabric recovers and special paint jobs for vintage aircraft. Vintage Fabrics has very substantial experience in using both synthetic and traditional fabrics and in applying both modern and traditional paint finishes. Several Moths are among the many aircraft the company has completed.