Written by Matthew Christenson
How does Spectrum Aeromed handle installation of modular or base systems in your aircraft?
It’s a question we receive often from our customers — and we’re here to clear the air.
While we do not perform the aircraft wiring or installation of the equipment, we do have a local fixed-
base operator (FBO) that handles the installations for us in Fargo, N.D. We can provide a quote for the
installation through them.
We can also work with your approved mechanics or a completion center of your choice for the wiring and
installation of the equipment into the aircraft. Throughout our decades in the industry, we have built
relationships with completion centers all over the world. We are very hands-on when it comes to getting
customers the solution that they need. We’re always involved in helping get the equipment to them or
assisting with certifications. We send them paperwork and wiring for our system to work properly.
If the customer has their own completion center to work with, or has their own mechanics and they don’t
need our assistance, we send them the crates with the pieces they need and they are good to go.
In short, we walk with you through every step of the process.
Our team of experts is here to answer your questions, and we are flexible enough to work with you for
your unique situation. No red tape, no lack of communication. We’re here to help.
Want to learn more about the installation process and how we can help? Find your sales representative —
we are always happy to help answer questions.
Matthew Christenson is the Account Representative for the Western United States, Canada, Central
America, Caribbean, United Kingdom, Scandinavia Region, Africa, Australia and New Zealand. He has
been with Spectrum Aeromed since 2001, having held positions as office manager, production manager,
and project manager. He is based at the headquarter office in Fargo, North Dakota.