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Jet Parts Engineering

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Jet Parts Engineering, Inc. (JPE) designs and sells Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) parts for the commercial aerospace industry. JPE was founded in 1994 by the company’s President, Anu Goel, and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, with additional offices in Europe, Asia, and the United States.[1]


Jet Parts Engineering helps airlines and maintenance, repair and operations (MROs) manage increasing maintenance costs with economically priced spare parts. The company carries reverse-engineered Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved PMA parts, which include hydraulics, pneumatics, flight controls and fuel systems, and targets to add over 100 parts each calendar year. JPE reduces traditionally lengthy lead times by maintaining inventory in stock and shipping product within 24 hours.[2]

JPE's sister company, PG Aerotech, is a 14 CFR Part 145 certificated repair station specializing in engineered alternative repairs.[3]


1994: Jet Parts Engineering was founded in Seattle, WA
2001: Acquired Alloytek Engineering in Daphne, AL
2009: Acquired Falcon Air Research in New York
2010: Acquired engine PMAs from Scottsdale Engineering
2012: Founded PG Aerotech in New York as a designated engineering representative (DER) repair solution
2017: Launched new eCommerce platform


  1. "Jet Parts Engineering, Inc.: Private Company Information - Bloomberg".
  2. "Exact Replica".
  3. "PG Aerotech".

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