AVIATION COVERS, Inc. at Arlington Airport: 18712 - 59TH Dr. NE. / Arlington, WA 98223
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Aviation Aircraft Covers designs and manufactures aircraft covers for all segments of the aviation industry. Whether you have a Piper Super Cub, a Boeing 747 or an F-17 Fighter, we can help you protect your investment!
Potential Customers frequently ask us, "What makes your Aircraft Covers different from all the rest?" The answer: We design our patterns using tried and true methods, the old fashioned way! Our designers go to the aircraft, or the aircraft comes to us for the first stage of the pattern-making process. We create a prototype cover from the pattern first, then try it on the plane. Only then do we make final adjustments for antennas and any other devices to uniquely fit your aircraft.
We're always adding new patterns to our inventory and we care about what you think. With your help, we can create brand new patterns from your measurements, photos, and input if we already have a pattern that closely matches the design of your aircraft. This is a good solution when a certain aircraft is not available in our area.
A Note from the President...
Hello! My name is Joang Shaeffer. First let me say I appreciate your patronage!
Your continued support has allowed me to continue producing the best aircraft covers in the industry. I am proud of my staff and the high level of service and craftsmanship they practice in serving you!
My own experience includes a 30+ year career in the Seattle Garment Manufacturing Industry. My husband, Bob, is a pilot who has flown all types of aircraft for over 20 years. Bob had purchased quality aircraft covers from Lynn Cunningham over the years and we heard that Mr. Cunningham was selling his patterns. We purchased the patterns in November of 2006 and contracted Mr. Cunningham during our first year in business to provide his pattern-making skills while my apprentices were trained to fashion new patterns in the same tradition. Although he had planned to retire in Spring of 2008, sadly he passed on a few months prior to his retirement.