Corporate Profile

Air Industries Group (NYSE American: AIRI) is an integrated Tier 1 manufacturer of precision assemblies and components for mission-critical aerospace and defense applications, and is a prime contractor to the U.S. Department of Defense. Air Industries became a publicly-traded enterprise in 2005 and was listed on the NYSE American Exchange on June 12, 2013.

The Company is working to build shareholder value through an unrelenting focus on serving customers’ needs, and strategic investments in new equipment to increase the volume and efficiency of production, diversify products, and expand services.

AIRI traces its history to 1941 in Connecticut, when it began producing parts for the WW-II fighter aircraft, the F4-U Corsair, then being assembled by the Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft Company in Stratford. This marked the beginning of a long and distinguished track record of producing high quality precision assemblies and components of increasing size and complexity. The Company manufactures an extensive and growing range of products that meet or exceed the exacting flight safety and performance demands of the aerospace and defense industry, including: landing gear, arresting gear, flight controls, engine mounts, and components for commercial and military aircraft jet engines and ground turbines.

Air Industries’ products are currently deployed on important military aircraft, including Sikorsky helicopters, the UH-60 Black Hawk and CH-53 Heavy Lift, the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II (Joint Strike Fighter), the US Navy carrier-based E-2D and F-18 Hornet, and the US Air Force F-15 Eagle and F-16 Fighting Falcon. Our jet engine components are used on many commercial and military engines, including the Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbo Fan (GTF) jet engine.

Operating two Centers of Excellence in New York and Connecticut, specializing in Complex Machining and Turbine Engine Components, our facilities total over 200,000 square feet and employ approximately 200 highly skilled workers. Air Industries has been long established in the Long Island, NY, aerospace community, known as the “Cradle of Aviation,” and Hartford, Connecticut’s “Aerospace Corridor”. Both Centers of Excellence benefit from proximity to major OEM customers, a deep pool of talented, skilled labor, and local suppliers and supporting services.