Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine (online) – December 2020/January 2021 issue
WATERTOWN, WIS. – Wisconsin Aviation, Inc. has announce the expansion of its aircraft interiors department with the acquisition of Jaeger Aviation, based in Willmar, Minnesota. Jaeger Aviation, under the ownership of Bruce Jaeger, a pilot with over 18,000 hours, was the second-generation owner of Willmar Air Service, founded in 1945. Sixty-four years of specializing in Mooney Aircraft sales and service made a new interior design for Mooney aircraft a natural.
Mooney Aircraft Corporation was founded in 1929, producing a fast, low-wing, single-engine aircraft. As most Mooney aircraft have reached 50 years of age, it only makes sense that many original interiors no longer complement the aircraft’s beautiful lines. The reputation of being a small airplane, is also not deserved. Someone just needed to come up with a way to use all that cabin space.
Realizing the need, Jaeger designed “Spatial Interior” for the used Mooney market, a simpler and better way to increase cabin space and expedite service, while giving the aircraft the new and modern look it deserves.
Give Wisconsin Aviation a week to transform your Mooney and notice the difference!
Spatial Interior replaces all arm panels with deep molded new parts that use every inch of cabin space. In addition, screws are exchanged for re-closeable fasteners. Elegant fabrics and colors now accent the new panels, and upper plastics are reconditioned with a unique repair process. Spatial Interior, now 15 years in the making, is recognized worldwide.
Wisconsin Aviation’s aircraft interiors department accommodates all types of general aviation aircraft. Its services include minor repairs to complete customized interior replacements. The Jaeger Aviation products and experience will help continue to grow this department.
Wisconsin Aviation offers a complete line of general aviation services in additional to aircraft interiors, including air charter, aircraft maintenance, avionics repair and installation, flight training and aircraft rental, aircraft management, aircraft brokerage, and fueling services. The corporation has locations at Madison, Watertown, and Juneau, Wisconsin.