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From the founding to today

We are Aero Avionik based at Saarbrücken airport

Since 2010 we offer first-class service in terms of avionics. Here you can find all milestones of our success story.


  • Extension of the EASA certification for Embraer Phenom 100 and Phenom 300



  • Complete EASA certification for Dornier 228 engine and airframe as well as single- and multi-engine piston aircraft



  • Extension of the EASA certification to component rating C6 (equipment for ELT & PLB)
  • Certification as FAA repair station



  • The first apprentice completes his training as the best in Germany



  • Relocation to Saarbrücken Airport
  • Extension of EASA approval to component rating C3 for radiotelephony and navigation equipment



  • The initial EASA certification as an avionics maintenance facility in Zweibrücken is approved with aircraft ratings A1, A2, A3 (including Cessna 550, Dornier 228, Embraer 145, Bombardier Learjet 60, Beechcraft King Air 200, Cessna 425, Piaggio P166, Eurocopter EC135) as well as component rating C5 (power supply and lighting for main batteries and power Packs)
  • The first apprentice is hired and begins his training as an aircraft electronics technician



  • Founding of Aero Avionik GmbH at the Airport Zweibrücken
  • Hiring of the first three employees



  • Jan Baltes starts his own business and assumes client projects as a freelancer

strong partners

  • Garmin
  • AEA
  • Bendix King
  • Kannad
  • Aspen Avionics
  • Avidyne
  • Becker Avionics
  • Artex
  • EASA - European Aviation Safety Agency
  • L3 Technologies
  • MidContinent Instruments + Avionics
  • Trig Avionics
  • Genesys Aerosystems
  • Electronics International INC.
  • Alpha Systems
  • Jupiter Avionics
  • Sandia Aerospace
  • CiES
  • PS Engineering