About Arizona Aircraft Painting

What Sets Us Apart

We specialize in all aerospace performance coatings, combined with the latest in spray technology to produce a superior finish on your aircraft. Other paint finishes are available upon customer request.

We have a fully integrated, pressurized, and automatically climate controlled paint booth, which keeps the temperature and humidity constant for Optimal Painting Conditions. This means you receive the best quality paint job possible.

When choosing who to trust to paint your aircraft, use our Aircraft Painting Checklist and don’t accept anything less than the Industry’s Best Practices.

Workmanship and Materials

Arizona Aircraft Painting maintains the highest standards in both their workmanship and materials. This dedication enables us to provide you with an end result that both maximizes durability and minimizes corrosion.

Arizona Aircraft’s professional aircraft painting team is made up of certified specialists with a reputation for great customer care, attention to detail and superior results.

Our All-Inclusive aircraft painting process involves:

  • Complete removal of all existing paint
  • Elimination of any existing corrosion

Application of:

  • Corrosion Protection
  • Primer
  • Basecoat
  • Design Elements
  • Clear Coat

Arizona Aircraft proudly uses:

  • Akzo Nobel Aerospace Coatings and
  • DuPont Imron Aviation Finishes and 3M products
Who uses AAP approved aerospace coatings:
  • Boeing, United States Armed Forces, Embraer, Honeywell, Pilatus, Cessna


Our Facility

Arizona Aircraft Painting  is a state-of-the-art, 10,000 square foot facility, with a 3,025 square foot pressurized, climate controlled paint booth. Our paint booth provides a consistent air velocity of 90,000 cfm; essential to delivering a superior paint job.

Paint Booth

Our paint booth is pressurized with an Intake Chamber, which allows clean air to be brought in via an intake plenum and then exhausted through a rear plenum. Air is directed by the plenums horizontally through the booth at an average velocity of 100 fpm. The intake and exhaust filters are designed to produce consistent air velocity inside the booth. The booth also maximizes the number of filters to reduce particulate contamination.

It is important to note that a paint booth having a positive pressure environment keeps unwanted dirt and debris from entering the booth, resulting in a cleaner paint job.

And finally, our automatic climate control system keeps temperature and humidity at constant optimal conditions to produce the best quality paint job possible.