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Since its founding in 1985 Straube’s Aircraft Services has always prided itself in being an innovative leader in providing custom aircraft painting services.
Following in the footsteps of company founder Jim Straube, it was announced on June 7 by his son Jeremiah Straube, that the company has published and released
a new E-brief publication entitled, “Sky Paint.”
“The idea behind ‘Sky Paint’ is to reach professionals responsible for the painting of aircraft and deliver important and relevant information on the art of aircraft painting in a quick and easy-to-read format,” said Jeremiah Straube. “We realize everyone is very busy these days and they simply do not have the time to read and absorb a ton of information on the latest innovations in aircraft painting services.
“In turn, they might miss out on some of the newest developments in the paint industry that could make a huge difference in the maintenance of their aircraft’s paint systems. We hope to help keep them abreast of some of the latest painting techniques, products and solutions that will save them money and keep their aircraft in the air and looking and performing its best.”
Issue number 1 of “Sky Paint” introduces the publication to the market and features a quick study of the most common form of aircraft corrosion, Uniform Surface Attack. The inaugural issue also focuses on Straube’s newest location at Peachtree City, Georgia.
For additional information on “Sky Paint” and to receive your own issue in the future please visit the Straube’s website.
For over 30 years, Straube’s Aircraft Services has provided quality workmanship on some of the finest helicopters, corporate jets, and aircraft including the Virgin Galactic SpaceShip Two.