Consortia Aerospace Group is an innovative, integrative solutions provider with a successful history of producing high-quality, low-cost integration options, both domestically and internationally, including certifications and validations with EASA, Canada, China, South America and many others.

We are solutions experts providing world-class, turn-key products and services for our customers. You might recognize some of their names: NASA, Honeywell, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, SkyWest Airlines, Horizon Air, Air Canada Jazz, Northrop Grumman, and L-3 Communications, just to name a few. We’re proud of these relationships and others we’ve built over the years because we’re not just building a business, we’re building trust. With decades of experience, Consortia Aerospace Group is committed to providing exceptional customer service, support, and satisfaction.


Custom integration solutions for a variety of STCs from concept to completion. Our core staff of engineers maintain such disciplines as Electrical, Structural (Primary Structures, Damage Tolerance, Seats, and Cabin Interior), Flammability, Flight Testing, and DER/DAR delegations


We currently maintain over 300 STCs, domestically and internationally, on a variety of aircraft from business jets to long-haul wide bodies. Check out our extensive list of current STCs for more information.


We are a AS9100D/ISO9001:2015 certified manufacturing facility as well as a FAA Part Manufacturing Approval house. Kitting, sheet metal fabrication, injection molding, plastic thermoforming, and modular wiring assemblies are some of our specialties.


With the recent addition of our 61,000 square foot hangar at Gainesville Regional Airport (KGNV), we can accommodate a variety of different sized aircraft.  Alternatively, our specialized mobile installation teams can expertly meet all of your aircraft modification needs in your facility. Contact us today to see what options best suits your need.


Our newest division, Consortia Electronic Systems (CES), is the result of Consortia’s acquisition of Aircraft Electrical Systems in August 2020. AES was the brainchild and vision of Richard Lukso, Sr., a military veteran and one of the original pioneering battery engineers who worked with Bill Lear. Richard Lukso was one of the authors of the airborne battery certification documents, RTCA DO-293a (Nickel-metal-hydride batteries) and RTCA DO-311 (Lithium-Ion Batteries). Together with his sons and grandson, they have created innovative new battery applications and power management, responsive to reliability failures plaguing operators. We are very excited to bring the ‘Lukso’ team into the CAG family and showcase their talents.