Introducing Greystones Aviation Components

Robert McCollar
International Business Development Manager


Washington-Dulles International Airport helps make business success #LoudounPossible for companies across industries. It’s one of our biggest assets, and it’s helping to attract American and international companies to Loudoun.

Greystones Aviation Components, and other South African companies new to Loudoun, such as CMC Networks and Aviation Airfreight, use Dulles Airport to deliver their products to customers.

Dulles also helps these companies to fly customers in for business transactions and office tours.

Greystones is one of the largest aircraft maintenance organizations in South Africa, and proximity to an international airport is critical for companies like Greystones’ success. One of the keys to their customer service is that they can ship their components out to customers all over the world in less than 24 hours.

Since successful companies can’t have aircraft on the ground for long, the damaged parts must be fixed as quickly as possible. In fact, since many foreign-bound flights leave in the evening, Greystones can repair the component that day, and ship it out in the evening for delivery the very next day, minimizing the downtime of the aircraft.

With more 50 non-stop flights to international destinations, Dulles Airport helps make Loudoun County an ideal place international businesses to prosper.

Adding companies to Loudoun’s business community strengthens and diversifies our economy, and helps pay for roads, schools and other services for our residents.

International companies’ contributions to our community help make Loudoun an even better place to live, work, play and learn.


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  • Robert McCollar says:

    This is a great company that is one of Loudoun County’s international success stories. We are thrilled they chose us for their American Headquarters.

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