About Metro’s Completions
Metro’s aircraft completions center is a full service facility capable of a complete range of modification and upgrade packages for new and existing customers. We have extensive experience in completing air medical, law enforcement, offshore, utility, VIP and corporate aircraft.
Metro’s highly trained and dedicated staff are available during the entire completion process as we build your new aircraft to your precise specifications. Our Aircraft Configuration Coordinator is in constant communication with our customers every step of the way. From the production design review to your on site tour and paint design, we are a trusted partner to ensure the aircraft is completed to the specifications outlined in the scope of work and all new modifications suggested by the customer are tested and approved by the FAA.
Metro Aviation has received over 30 Supplemental Type Certificates (STC’s) and performed numerous installations on the following aircraft:
EC155 – EMS (STC’d & completed first EMS interior in U.S.)
EC145 – EMS, Options, SP/DPIFR, AC (over 75 aircraft completed)
EC145 T2 – EMS, Options (STC’d and completed first T2 in U.S.)
EC135 – EMS, Options, SPIFR, GTN SPIFR, AC (over 200 aircraft completed)
EC130 – EMS, Options
AS350 – EMS, Litter, HTAWS, ADS-B
AS365 – EMS
BK117 – AC
BO105 – EMS, Options
Metro is an FAA Certified Airframe Modification, Maintenance, Inspection and Repair center with over 70,000 square feet of hangar and production space. We are also an FAA Certified Engine Inspection, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Service Center with over 3,000 square feet of engine and accessory overhaul space. Metro is an FAA Certified Avionics Installation and Repair Station with over 4,000 square feet of avionics work space. Our facility in Shreveport boasts two climate-controlled paint booths to accommodate our busy paint schedule.
For more information on our completion services, give us a call at 800.467.5529.
Metro Aviation is constantly growing our capabilities and expanding our reach. Metro holds more than 30 Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) and completes about 35 aircraft each year for U.S. customers and global clients.