What We Do

Capabilities & Services

AIRtec’s specialized personnel and technology platforms deliver a wide range of unique sensors applied to airborne surveillance and scientific missions globally.


AIRtec delivers commercial airborne services to US Government entities and various commercial organizations. We configure, operate, and maintain aircraft to meet customers’ unique test, operations, and science requirements.

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Our Fleet

The AIRtec fleet includes fixed-wing aircraft all specially modified for a variety of maritime radar surveillance, airborne telemetry and range safety applications.

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AIRtec is future focused with safety in mind when developing management systems and processes to ensure we uphold the highest level of safety performance and meet all FAA and customer standards.

Part 145 Repair Station

AIRtec, Inc. is an FAA Approved Part 145 Repair Station.


GSA Schedule Contract
Contract Number: 47QSWA21D005H

AIRtec has a GSA Schedule (Multiple Award Schedule) that allows for fast and flexible procurement of services, including:

  • Airborne Radar Surveillance
  • Airborne Telemetry Platforms
  • Airborne Research, Development, Test & Evaluation
  • Airborne Navigation and Communications Training Services
  • Airborne Range Calibration Target Service
  • Professional Services

Contract #: N00178-11-D-6423

AIRtec has Seaport-NXG functional area experience in the following areas:

  • Research and Development Support
  • Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support
  • Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
  • Measurement Facilities, Range and Instrumentation Support

Engineering Assessment, Procurement, Integration, and Contractor Logistics Support (EPIC)
Contract Number: FA8691-21-D-1002

AIRtec has a prime position on this Multi-Award IDIQ Air Force vehicle. This vehicle is designed to facilitate Foreign Military Sales by providing the following services:

  • Aircraft Engineering Assessments
  • Procurement of hardware and spares
  • Full aircraft and ISR integration
  • Contractor Logistics Support – to include training and Field Service Representative Services

Contract Number: TBD

AIRtec has two prime positions on this Multi-Award IDIQ GSA contract vehicle. AIRtec has prime positions in the following pools:

  • Data Operations – includes all data collection, processing, exploitation, and dissemination activities associated with manned, unmanned, and optionally manned systems, robotics, and platforms supporting mission performance for land, air, sea, or space.
  • Aviation - maintenance, repair, and overhaul of manned, optionally manned, and unmanned aircraft and aircraft-related systems and platforms.



ASTRO is a broadly scoped series of contract vehicles encompassing virtually all services supporting or involving manned, unmanned, or optionally manned platforms and robotics.

ASTRO is administered by the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Office of Assisted Acquisition Service (AAS) FEDSIM Organization. It is a family of ten separate, individual, Multiple Award (MA), Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts. ASTRO orders may only be placed by authorized COs within GSA's Assisted Acquisition Service.

Contractor capabilities for ASTRO:

Data Operations Pool (Contract Number 47QFCA22D0001) NAICS Code: 541990

Aviation Pool (Contract Number 47QFCA22D0104) NAICS Code: 488190

Data Universal Numbering Systems (DUNS) Number: 621165513

Unique Entity ID: YY3SSYKLLE21

AIRtec key personnel POC:

Corporate ASTRO Program Manager

Joe Otto



Corporate ASTRO Contracts Manager

Donna King



Distribution Email: ASTRO@flyairtec.com

Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) strategies

AIRtec maintains a comprehensive company-wide Risk and Issue Management Program used for the identification and tracking to resolution issues and risks that could have an impact on the success of AIRtec and their customers, including the Supply Chain. The procedures in this document are used by the AIRtec team to identify, evaluate, and manage risks and issues within programs/projects to proactively apply approved risk-issue mitigation through a 5-step process. The project will use a single repository to record and track project issues and risks. AIRtec’s Supply Chain process focuses on four key framework principles and requires personnel to apply risk-based thinking. These principles are::

-Maintain an up-to-date approved Suppliers List.

-Avoid risks during new Supplier opportunity.

-Mitigate risks and create value.

-Conduct assessments/audits and control logistics.