Jet AirWerks, LLC

Business Address: 3015 N Summit St.
Arkansas City, KS 67005
Cowley County

Business Contact: Mr. Keith Humphrey
President & CEO
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Veteran Owned Business | Navy, Separated | Member since May 13th, 2013

Jet AirWerks, LLC, is a FAA Part 145 repair station focusing on repair and overhaul of GE and CFMI branded commercial jet engines, and Jet AirParts, LLC, a material distributorship for GE and CFMI commercial jet engine components. Both companies are located in Arkansas City, Kansas and employ 26 individuals.

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I gave the Navy ten years of my life and the Navy gave me the rest of it.

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