Iscavia Ltd is based at Exeter Airport and provides aircraft maintenance, avionics, airworthiness certification, hangarage, aircraft parts, help and advice.
All Iscavia staff are dedicated professionals, well versed in the maintenance and repair of most types of aircraft, with many years of in-depth experience of aircraft maintenance between them.
For the corporate or business operator, whose aircraft needs to be maintained, serviced and ready to fly at all times, our services are invaluable.
We are focused on SAFETY, RELIABILITY and DEPENDABILITY
ARC / C of A
Part M Subpart G, approved to carry out
We offer a full range of engineering facilities including
Our workshop has approvals for avionics and component overhaul including combustion heaters
PART 145 Approval No: UK.145.00520
With Part 145 approval we meet standards as a recognised repair station and maintenance organisation. We have licenced engineers and a great team of mechanics with years of knowledge and expertise, working on piston and turbine fixed wing aircraft up to 5700kg.
PT6 Fuel nozzle cleaning and servicing
Lead acid battery supply and CAP testing
Part 145 avionic support and Avionic Upgrades
Engine desalination and performance recovery compressor washes
Hot section inspection
Fuel calibration testing
PART M SUBPART G Approval No: UK.MG.0218
Iscavia is a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation.
Airworthiness Review Certificate renewal and extension
Approved Maintenance Programme production and management
Import of aircraft from within EASA environment
Import of aircraft external to EASA environment
Aircraft and engine records management
Flight Manual management
Airworthiness Directive management
Situated on the north side of the main runway of Exeter Airport we are a convenient base for aircraft.
We have limited hangarage available on an annual basis
We have limited adhoc hangarage
Outside parking facilities are also available
- Ground power 12 or 24 volts can be supplied
Please contact us for further information and availability.
Brighten up your flights, we have a wide range of lamps in stock, including instrument panel bulbs. Better still ask us about upgrading to LED lamps!
We have a large selection of aircraft parts for General Aviation aircraft in stock and have access to thousands of parts in the UK and worldwide.
Examples of common requests are shown to the right but please let us know your requirements by completing the contact form below:
The company had its origins in General Aviation maintenance support at Exeter Airport in the 1970’s. It went through several ownership changes until purchased by the Flybe predecessors, Jersey European Airways (JEA) in 1988. The company became responsible for maintenance of the JEA owned fleet that was no longer operated by JEA but leased to third parties along with a large GA fleet.
It was operated as a division of JEA until 1996 when Iscavia (Isca being the Roman name for Exeter) was created.
From 1996 to 2007 the Company continued as a subsidiary of Flybe. During that time capability and capacity on different aircraft types was increased and it gained its own CAA/ EASA approvals. Iscavia became less dependent on Flybe and concentrated on supporting a growing portfolio of aircraft types.
Iscavia gained agencies with Market leaders such as Garmin and Trig. Iscavia supports aircraft on the United Kingdom, French, Irish and Isle of Man registers and deals with all those authorities.
The current Directors of Iscavia purchased the Company from Flybe In 2007.
Come and see us
Please complete this form clearly stating the type of enquiry in the "Subject" box (ie: hangarage or avionic upgrade quote, etc.
A member of the team will get back to you ASAP. Thank you for your enquiry!
How to contact us
Hangar 49, Exeter Airport, Exeter, Devon, UK EX5 2BD
Tel: 0044 1392 362415
Come and see us
Hangar opening hours:
Mon - Fri: 8am - 4.30pm
Office opening hours:
Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 5pm
How to find us
We are on the Northside of Exeter Airport, on the B3174 London Road, just a few minute from J29 of the M5 and just off the A30/A303.
Top Tip: Do not put our postcode into SatNav as it will take you to Exeter Airport Terminal (we all share the same postcode!)