The breathtaking “Kee Bird” was a United States Army Air Forces B-29-95-BW Superfortress. The aircraft made an emergency landing in the northwest part of Greenland during the Cold War in 1947. After three miserably cold days in the Arctic tundra, the aircraft itself... read more
Bruce Campbell lives in an Airplane. Yes, an actual plane. He purchased the Boeing 727 in 1999 and has lived in it since 2004. The home of the aeronautics enthusiast from Poland was once used as a Greek aircraft until the middle of the 1960s. His residence is now in... read more
Trade Show Tips and Advice Before the Show From marketing materials to general logistics, before you even get to the show, there is a lot of work to do. Display banner or sign: this will take research to find the best company to work with depending on your time frame.... read more
The “Search By” Drop down Menu The “Keyword” box on the left side of the screen is shown by the green arrow. If you type in anything to the “keyword” box with “—“ still in the “search by” box you will search through every single tag and text in the... read more
The Beginning Seginus Inc was born from its sister company: AOG Aviation Spares. The owner of both companies, Erik Hatch, realized that the need for parts to support AOG was growing at a rapid pace. He researched how difficult it would be to build his own parts and... read more
Seginus isn’t just a star in the sky. It’s our company name because we want to be legendary in the aircraft parts industry. The Seginus mission statement is “To be recognized as the world leader in aircraft parts” but what does this really mean? To us, it means give the best customer service and provide the best quality for the most cost effective parts —bar none.
When it comes to parts development, it can seem like an overwhelming project, especially when your plate is already filled to the brim with all your daily work that comes with working for a company. A million reasons fly to the surface and the walls come up.