Today’s Sabreliner Aviation is a highly capable aircraft life extension support center for military fixed-wing and rotary wing aircraft. The company is headquartered in Ste Genevieve, Missouri and its roots go back to the late 1950s when North American Aviation developed a mid-sized aircraft it called Sabreliner.
Following a merger with Rockwell Standard, the aircraft became known as the Rockwell Sabreliner. Some 800 aircraft were produced through 1981, and Rockwell subsequently sold its Sabreliner division to private equity firm Sabreliner Corp., which built its business over 30 years supporting more than 20 Sabreliner variants and a wide range of other fixed and rotary-wing aircraft.
Even as the company grows and changes its uniquely experienced workforce, deep expertise and ongoing innovation continue to inspire loyalty and trust from a global customer base.