While Greenwich AeroGroup was established in 2007, the history of our companies took wing decades ago — not long after fixed-wing powered flight became a reality.

Greenwich AeroGroup’s oldest company, MK Aviation, was founded by Morrison Knudson in 1957 to maintain its fleet of DC-3s supporting the Hoover Dam project; it became Western Aircraft in the 1980s. In 1960, Summit Aviation was founded to provide air freight services and became a repair station in 1966. Next came the formation of  Professional Aviation Associates in the 1980s and Professional Aircraft Accessories in the 1990s.

Greenwich AeroGroup owns and operates providers of general, commercial, government and military aviation services including maintenance, avionics and interior refurbishments; fixed base operations; aircraft sales, charter and management; manufacturing and engineering; component repair and overhaul and parts distribution. Current locations include Professional Aircraft Accessories, located in Titusville and Miami, Fla.; Professional Aviation Associates, located in Atlanta, Ga.; Summit Aviation, located in Middletown, Del.; Kernersville, N.C. and Somerset, Ky.; and Western Aircraft, located in Boise, Idaho.

And the rest, as they say, is history—Greenwich AeroGroup history.

Onward and upward with Greenwich AeroGroup

Today, Greenwich AeroGroup is a nationwide network of companies offering general, commercial and military aircraft services. We offer the ultimate combination of integrated capabilities and unparalleled customer service available when and where you need us. Our long-standing, reputable companies continue to adapt to the industry’s ever-changing demands.

Our vision — To become the leading global provider of comprehensive aircraft services.

Our mission — Through a team of talented and dedicated people, we will optimize the benefits of aviation with a diversified support network around the world focused on aircraft sales, charter, management, MRO/CR&O, parts dealership/distribution and manufacturing services for business, commercial and government/military aircraft.