C&L Aviation Group has completed the construction of a 27,000 ft² parts warehouse on its Bangor, ME campus, adjacent to the company’s component shop. The company will be utilizing the warehouse to store parts from its current 15 aircraft teardown projects including the nine ERJ 145 aircraft the company purchased from a European-based operator and a recent multi-million dollar ATR spare parts purchase made by the company.
The new building is one of three warehouse locations the company now has in Bangor which, when combined, total over 50,000 ft² of parts storage space. C&L also has warehouses strategically located around the globe in Australia and Europe.
The new warehouse is one of five building projects C&L has been working on over the past 18 months. In 2020 the company purchased a local events center near the Bangor airport and converted it into its component shop, where they work on smaller aircraft components. The company is also in the middle of building a new, 12,000 ft² interior shop, a 5,000 ft² add-on to one of its hangars for storage, and renovating its corporate aircraft maintenance hangar which includes new floors, walls, customer offices, and a state-of-the-art interior showcase and design center. All these projects are expected to be completed by the end of 2021.