Aviation Radio Repair Company near PTI

Aviation Radio Repair Company near PTI

Air travel is a wonder of the modern world. Vehicles carrying hundreds of passengers and their luggage float through the air at hundreds of miles an hour. To achieve this wonder, airports take up large swaths of land.

Piedmont Triad Airport in Greensboro is such an example of a massive airport. It is about 3,770 acres. This is more than 4 other airports in our region combined. Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport (ROA) covers 912 acres, Smith Reynolds Airport (INT) covers 702 acres, Danville Regional Airport (DAN) covers 800 acres and Blue Ridge Regional Airport (MTV) covers just 270 acres.

In addition to being so large, airports are also full of hundreds of people, tons of luggage and lots of cargo. There are many moving parts, lots of staff and lots of logistical risks.

Not only are there lots of people, there are a lot of radio signals. Airplane mode exists to reduce some of the radio signal interference while in the air but all bets are off on the ground. Radio signals criss-cross the ground between pilots-to-tower radios, airport ground crew radios and other noise.


It makes for a very hectic place where the quality of your radio technology can make all the difference. GCS offers game-changing two-way radio systems that help keep your airport running smoothly. Our expert team handles your procurement, installation and servicing while you focus on other important tasks. Contact us today for scalable two-way radio services.