IAS

Our history, our mission, vision and values.

IAS – Indústria de Aviação e Serviços

IAS is a Strategic Defense Company guided by a dynamic relation between market needs and the capacity of nationalization of the maintenance of turbo machines and their accessories, electro-mechanical components and structures.

MISSION

To provide solutions in aeronautical maintenance services, with quality, sustainability and competitive costs, allowing IAS to be considered by Customers as the best market solution.

VISION

To become the leading company in engine and repairables maintenance by 2020, increasing participation with current Customers and seeking new markets.

VALUES

Safety: In aviation, all are responsible for flight safety.

Quality: Quality products are key for the longevity of the business.

Passionate about Customers: If the Company is not passionate about Customers, Customers will not be passionate about the Company.

Creativity and Innovation: To be the best we always have to be ahead of the competitors and it is only with creative solutions and innovation that this is possible.

Accountability: The Company is committed to a transparent, responsible and ethical stance in its relations to society.

Integrated Management Policy

IAS recognizes as corporate strategy the excellence on aeronautic components maintenance activities, based on quality of service, product safety, environment protection, the well being of your employee and committing itself in being social responsible, considering the following:

  • Satisfaction of customers, employees and other stackeholders.
  • Continuous improvement of processes, products and services through the management company of the IAS Integrated Management System and its effectiveness.
  • Preservation of the Environment through the control of environmental aspects and their associated impacts.
  • Totally fulfillment of all laws, norms and procedures applied to the Company.
  • Preservation of the health of employees, suppliers and other stakeholders through the control of hazards and their associated risks.
  • Product safety by encouraging employees and other stakeholders to report failures, errors, nonconformities and deviations in the process through the issuance of reports that may affect the safety of the product and guarantee that no punitive action will result.
  • Contribute for the company, people and society growth.

Timeline

Here is more of our history through a timeline.

2002-2003

IAS was founded in 2002 in order to be a company guided by a dynamic relation between market needs and the capacity of nationalization of aeronautical maintenance for electro-mechanical items, especially of the fuel, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and engine systems. Over this period, it has carried out several consultancies for civil aviation companies and made investments to meet the needs of Customers, especially the Brazilian Airforce.

2004

In July 2004 we began our level 3 maintenance activities for electromechanical components and extended investments for new training, within our sphere of activity.

2005

Continued investments for new repairables and began planning for the implementation of a general review line of the T56 Series engines, for the C-130 Hercules.

2006

Investment in the second maintenance unit in Belo Horizonte for maintenance of T56A engines  and the growing demand for maintenance of electromechanical components.

2007

In 2007, IAS began work on T56 engines, and finished that year a general refurbishing of 11 engines for the Brazilian Air Force. For the sustainable growth of the company we began the planning of new headquarters, able to meet current and future demands for services. Also in 2007, IAS was chosen by Lockheed Martin and the Brazilian Navy as the beneficiary of off-set for the PW J52 engine of the A4 Skyhawk aircraft.

2008

Beginning of work of the new unit near the Belo Horizonte International Airport (Tancredo Neves airport), already with environmental licensing and successful off-set of the PW J52 engine, with a test bench developed by IAS and correlated with Lockheed Martin.

2009

In 2009 we moved to our new installations in São José da Lapa, state of Minas Gerais, a large and modern building that will assure the highest standards of quality and safety. We began planning and investments to implement a line for the refurbishing of PW-100 engines, especially the PW-127-G, for C-105 Amazonas aircraft. Also in 2009, we began work on improvements on the test bench for reaction engines and we began to build a test bench for turbo-axle engines. We also received accreditation from the Brazilian Air Force for the refurbishing of the T56-A-14 engine, for the P3 Orion aircraft.

2010

In 2010, the work on the test benches for aeronautical engines were finished. Investments continued for the implementation of a line for the refurbishing of PW-100 engines, especially the PW-127, for the C-105 Amazonas aircraft. We extended the repairables line and concluded the propeller workshop.

2011

Accreditation by the Brazilian Air Force to work on PW118 and PW117 engines, of the C-97 Brasilia and C-105 Amazonas aircraft, respectively. We were also accredited by the Brazilian Air Force for the general refurbishing of the propeller set of the Hercules C-103 and Orion P-3.

2013

Beginning of complete maintenance of on-wing and off-wing engines of the Brazilian Air Force with the company ST ENGINEERING from Singapore.

2014

Offset MI-35 for the aircraft of the Brazilian Air Force. Established a partnership with the company ST ENGINEERING from Singapore.

2015

Accreditation as a Rolls Royce® Service Center. Beginning of the expansion of the IAS headquarters.

2016

Beginning of the construction of the most complete aeronautical component repair complex in Latin America.

IAS was founded in 2002 in order to be a company guided by a dynamic relation between market needs and the capacity of nationalization of aeronautical maintenance for electro-mechanical items, especially of the fuel, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and engine systems. Over this period, it has carried out several consultancies for civil aviation companies and made investments to meet the needs of Customers, especially the Brazilian Airforce.

Timeline

Here is more of our history through a timeline.

2002-2003
IAS was founded in 2002 in order to be a company guided by a dynamic relation between market needs and the capacity of nationalization of aeronautical maintenance for electro-mechanical items, especially of the fuel, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and engine systems. Over this period, it has carried out several consultancies for civil aviation companies and made investments to meet the needs of Customers, especially the Brazilian Airforce.

2004
In July 2004 we began our level 3 maintenance activities for electromechanical components and extended investments for new training, within our sphere of activity.

2005
Continued investments for new repairables and began planning for the implementation of a general review line of the T56 Series engines, for the C-130 Hercules.

2006
Investment in the second maintenance unit in Belo Horizonte for maintenance of T56A engines  and the growing demand for maintenance of electromechanical components.

2007
In 2007, IAS began work on T56 engines, and finished that year a general refurbishing of 11 engines for the Brazilian Air Force. For the sustainable growth of the company we began the planning of new headquarters, able to meet current and future demands for services. Also in 2007, IAS was chosen by Lockheed Martin and the Brazilian Navy as the beneficiary of off-set for the PW J52 engine of the A4 Skyhawk aircraft.

2008
Beginning of work of the new unit near the Belo Horizonte International Airport (Tancredo Neves airport), already with environmental licensing and successful off-set of the PW J52 engine, with a test bench developed by IAS and correlated with Lockheed Martin.

2009
In 2009 we moved to our new installations in São José da Lapa, state of Minas Gerais, a large and modern building that will assure the highest standards of quality and safety. We began planning and investments to implement a line for the refurbishing of PW-100 engines, especially the PW-127-G, for C-105 Amazonas aircraft. Also in 2009, we began work on improvements on the test bench for reaction engines and we began to build a test bench for turbo-axle engines. We also received accreditation from the Brazilian Air Force for the refurbishing of the T56-A-14 engine, for the P3 Orion aircraft.

2010
In 2010, the work on the test benches for aeronautical engines were finished. Investments continued for the implementation of a line for the refurbishing of PW-100 engines, especially the PW-127, for the C-105 Amazonas aircraft. We extended the repairables line and concluded the propeller workshop.

2011
Accreditation by the Brazilian Air Force to work on PW118 and PW117 engines, of the C-97 Brasilia and C-105 Amazonas aircraft, respectively. We were also accredited by the Brazilian Air Force for the general refurbishing of the propeller set of the Hercules C-103 and Orion  P-3.

2013
Beginning of complete maintenance of on-wing and off-wing engines of the Brazilian Air Force with the company ST ENGINEERING from Singapore.

2014
Offset MI-35 for the aircraft of the Brazilian Air Force.
Established a partnership with the company ST ENGINEERING from Singapore.

2015
Accreditation as a Rolls Royce® Service Center.
Beginning of the expansion of the IAS headquarters.

2016
Beginning of the construction of the most complete aeronautical component repair complex in Latin America.

Certifications and Approvals

Agreements

Authorized Service Center

Authorized Service Center

Technical Support Agreement (TSA) for engine PW100

Support for the electro-mechanical components of F5 of the Brazilian Airforce (FAB)

Service center for engines VK-2500 and gearbox VR-24

CONTACT NUMBER
+ 55 31 3623-6309

ADDRESS
Av. Marconi Issa, 300 - Perobas
São José da Lapa - Minas Gerais
Brasil - CEP 33350-000