Terminate Corrosion



The ONLY Permanent Solution to Inlet Cowl & Thrust Reverser Corrosion!

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Since 1988 Quiet Technology Aerospace is aviation’s leader in advanced composites for corrosion termination, structural repair & improvement as well as noise attenuation.

QTA has achieved 16 Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) around the world for its advanced composite technology and engineering, applied to business aircraft as well as large transport military and commercial aircraft.

Based in Hollywood, Florida QTA holds FAA approvals for PMA (Parts Manufacturing Approval) and Part 145 Repair Station. QTA operates from a 30,000 square foot air conditioned facility with a large clean room, two certified paint booths, curing ovens, refrigerated storage, materials test laboratory and associated equipment required to support both new production and repair services.

Today, through its advanced composite materials technology, structural enhancements and acoustic engineering, QTA is applying its knowledge to solve in-service corrosion issues with engine Inlet Cowls and Thrust Reverser doors that currently plague several corporate aircraft models.

All QTA corrosion solutions are backed by a lifetime guarantee that will last the life of the aircraft and remain with the aircrafts serial number, regardless of the owner today or in the future.


- The ONLY Permanent Solution


Keep More at the Bottom Line

Permanent solutions at a fraction of the OEM’s ‘repair’ cost, that will fail again. No expensive MSP+ required with QTA’s Lifetime warranty.

Inlet Replacement Barrel


Returned to Service, Reduced AOG

Exchange programs and pleasantly efficient turn times keep you productive. The reason you operate an aircraft.


Remove Worry

A transferable lifetime warranty…lifetime means lifetime.



Proven Engineering & Technology

Over three decades in the application of advanced composites for noise attenuation, structures, and corrosion solutions. Our solid reputation with OEMs and Operators has been earned. Over 650 inlets are in service today with no failures.