Aerospace Instrument Support is a FAA & EASA 145 repair station (XI7R807J) specializing in instrument, radio, and avionics repair. Additionally, our highly skilled technicians are able to support your aircraft both here on the field, and in the surrounding area. Please give us a call for all of your aircraft service needs.


Aerospace Instrument Support, Inc. (AIS) is more than your standard repair shop. With our Unlimited Instrument Rating and Limited Radio, Accessory and Airframe ratings we can completely take care of your aviation needs. We have an extensive network of dealers for the latest in Aircraft Instruments and Avionics to keep you and your aircraft on the cutting edge of technology. Our staff of A&P’s, IA’s and FAA Repairmen can respond to your needs in a timely fashion, with the professional results you expect!

Our Instrument Shop
AIS started as an instrument shop, and providing general aviation with overhaul/exchange instruments is and will remain a core segment of our business.  If you have an instrument or radio giving you trouble, please give us a call.  From gyros, autopilot components, Air Data
Equipment, Engine Instruments, Flight Directors, Horizon Situation
Indicators, compass instruments, turn and bank indicators, and radios of all sorts, AIS has you covered with ready to ship units or quick turn times on items we don't have.  Additionally we can calibrate Air Data Test equipment such as RVSM boxes as well as Master Sight Compasses

Our Installation/Modifications experts can work with you one on one to design and upgrade your aircraft to fit your exact expectations.  We are dealers for all the major OEM's in Avionics, IFE & Data connectivity.  Our experienced team take a lot of pride in providing a safe and effective upgrade to your aircraft.   From single engine piston aircraft all the way to Corporate Jets and fleet upgrades, we are ready to make your flying experience more enjoyable.

Our talented staff of A&P's with over 20,000 sft of hangar space allows us to address maintenance issues on most any type of aircraft. Although we specialize in full line King Air maintenance and other turbo prop aircraft, we can address maintenance on everything from single engine pistons, to corporate jets.


We understand that your aircraft is not just a mode of transportation, but an extension of your passion.  That is why we strive to treat every customer and their aircraft with the attention deserved.  To us you are not a number or a price, but rather someone we hope to see again
OpSpec/FAA Cert
Andy Johnson
Andy got into aviation at an early age, earning his pilots license at the age of 19.  After graduating from American Technical University with a degree in Airport Management, he went on to work in sales for several aircraft parts distribution companies.  In 1984 he started his own distribution company, Avionics International Supply, which he continued to run until 2010 when the company was sold.  To add to his capability to serve the aviation market, Aerospace Instrument Support was launched in 1994 and has now been in business for over 20 years

Bobby Faulks joined the Aerospace Instrument Support team in January 2016. Mr. Faulks has an excellent reputation in the general aviation community and has held high level positions at several very well respected aerospace firms throughout his career. Bobby has maintained a FAA Repairman Certificate for over 10 years, and has performed countless avionics installations and modifications during that time. He prides himself on keeping up with constantly evolving aerospace technologies, FAA certification requirements
and  proper quality control and safety guidelines so customers can have confidence that his work is done correctly.  In addition to his aircraft maintenance & installation experience, Bobby also has extensive knowledge of component level repairs on various gyros, flight director computers, indicators and many other types of aircraft instrumentation. 

Bobby Faulks
Avionics Manager

Joined AIS in November 2019 as the Director of Maintenance. Born in Southern California into a family of aviation and from age 5 been working on aircraft in manufacturing, aircraft parts manufacture or performing aircraft maintenance for an airline or personal aircraft owners. I am experienced in FAR Part 91, 135, and 145 operations. I have experience on many different airframes and propulsion systems from piston singles to corporate jets and to major regional jet aircraft.  I strive to train my personnel to be well versed in all aspects of the aircraft and aircraft maintenance. I look forward to the future and furthering aircraft maintenance into a new age.
Kevin Roberts
Director of Maintenance
Brenda Has spent almost 42 years in aviation, with much of that time being spent as a gyro/instrument technician.  She has held the positions as Lead Technician, Inspector and General Manager/part owner of various shops in the DFW area.  Now her career has led her here to AIS as Chief Inspector/ QA Manager.  She holds a FAA Repairman's Certificate and knows the instrument business inside and out. 
Brenda Leavell
Instrument Shop &Quality Manager