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Metro was founded on simple principles.  Our dedication to safety, quality and customer service has never faltered, and because of that we have enjoyed steady growth.  With more than 800 employees, over 35 traditional programs and countless completions, Metro still puts these core principles above all else.

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Completion Catalog

Metro has completed more EC135s and EC145s than any other completion center in the world, and is the largest air medical completion center in the world.  Our highly trained and dedicated staff is available during the entire completion process as we build your new aircraft to your precise specifications.

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Metro Aviation is constantly growing our capabilities and expanding our reach. Metro holds more than 30 Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) and completes about 35 aircraft each year for U.S. customers and global clients.

Metro Aviation celebrates longevity among employees

Metro Aviation celebrates longevity among employees

METRO AVIATION celebrates longevity among employeesJune 16, 2021 Take a walk around Metro Aviation headquarters in Shreveport, Louisiana, and you’ll notice a common theme – loyalty and longevity.  Many Metro employees have been with the company for at least a decade...

Superior Air Med returns to the Metro Family

Superior Air Med returns to the Metro Family

Superior Air Med returns to the Metro Family  June 11, 2021 Superior Air-Ground Ambulance Service is returning to the Metro Family of operations customers this summer, beginning with two new medically-equipped Learjet 45 fixed-wing aircraft for organ procurement and...

Metro Aviation delivers EC145e to Tampa General Hospital

Metro Aviation delivers EC145e to Tampa General Hospital

METRO DELIVERS EC145E TO TAMPA GENERAL HOSPITALmarch 25, 2021 Tampa General Hospital is upgrading its fleet of critical care helicopters with the addition of a new Airbus EC145e. The new helicopter provides more cabin space and faster air speeds than their current...