M7 is the successor organization to Fairchild-Dornier Aviation, having bought much of that firm's assets out of bankruptcy. M7 occupies the 426,000 sq ft (39,600 m2). manufacturing and support facility formerly operated by Fairchild-Dornier.
M7 Aerospace has five distinct business units:
- Aircraft Parts and Product Support
- Government logistics support
- Aerostructures manufacturing
- Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO)
- Aerial orthorectified imaging
- "M7 Aerospace sold to Israeli defense firm." San Antonio Business Journal. Wednesday December 15, 2010. Retrieved on February 12, 2011. "M7, located at the San Antonio International Airport, manufactures aerospace components."
- "Contact Us." M7 Aerospace. Retrieved on February 12, 2011. "M7 Aerospace LP [...] 10823 NE Entrance Road San Antonio, Texas, USA 78216."
- "Elbit - Investor Relations - Press Releases". Ir.elbitsystems.com. Retrieved 2011-01-13.
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