Global Airworks produces complete engineering services in the following areas:
Avionics, electrical, structural, mechanical and aircraft interiors
Global AirWorks engineering designs include:
• Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) / Wind shear Mode S
• Airborne Telephone Systems / SATCOM / TFTS / NATS
• Weather Radar / GPS / Differential GPS / GPWS
• Navigation / Communications addressing and reporting system / SECAL
• Digital Flight Data Recorder
• In-flight Entertainment (IFE) system, video and audio
• Laptop Power system
• Battery System
• Interior reconfiguration
• VIP Aircraft interiors
• Smoke Detection and Fire Suppression System
• Seat Actuators
• Cockpit Door Surveillance Systems
Complete engineering design services include:
• Installation Drawings
• Fabrication Drawings
• Maintenance manual and troubleshooting
• Weight and balance
• Electrical load analysis procedures
• All manual supplements
• Complete MDL
• All certification documents, Flammability, Stress, DO-160c, etc.
• Engineering orders
• Illustrated parts list
To ensure that customer requirements are met and that Global AirWorks understands customer needs, Global AirWorks conducts the following:
• Site survey: Attended by applicable and qualified engineer, program manager and installation site manager
• Preliminary design review: Global AirWorks ensure that the customer is provided conceptual drawing of what Global AirWorks understands their request to be
• Intermediate design review: Complete drawings and rough draft of manual inserts
• Critical design review: Final buy off by customer of all drawing, manuals, certification report, etc.
Global AirWorks engineers take into account your specific use. They analyze your maintenance program and schedules, your hardware and your material. Engineers work within customer program without adding additional cost or necessity to add spares to customer’s existing inventory.

If customer is not under FAA regulation, Global AirWorks ensure that they understand and comply to local regulatory agency’s rules and processes.