Design & Prototype
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  • Concept to CAD drawings
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  • Failure analysis
  • Lead-time reduction
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Contract Manufacturing
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  • Multi-plant capabilities accommodate volume orders and on-time delivery
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  • Drop Shipping & turn-key distribution

COVID-19 Advisory

The health and safety of our teams, families, customers, suppliers and communities are of the utmost importance as we continue to battle the spread of COVID-19.  We continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the World Health Organization; along with local, state and federal regulatory agencies. This enables us to make well-informed decisions and take the right actions to help prevent the spread of the virus. Continue Reading »

Space Screening & Qualification Order Guide


You asked and we delivered! AirBorn is excited to introduce a new, easy to use Space Grade ordering guide for AirBorn Micro-D and Nano-D connectors.

Whether it’s NASA EEE-INST-002 level 1-3 Screening or Qualification testing requirements, we now offer a standard part number suffix our customers can order without having to generate a SCD (Source Control Drawing) to outline the requirements. The six available suffixes make it very easy to obtain a quote and order product for your Space application needs. Download our Space Grade (NASA EEE) Screening Ordering Guide »

Advanced Air Mobility


A revolution within the commercial air industry is quietly taking place. A new breed of urban air taxis is nearing reality. There are numerous hybrid electric and all electric aircraft concepts and demonstrators in the works. A new era of supersonic flight will soon bring back the days of the Concorde. And unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, are quickly expanding beyond military and hobbyist use to commercial applications.

And regardless whether these new aircraft are piloted or not, an unprecedented level of autonomy will operate the aircraft. All new aircraft will see an increased level of electrification which demand new, highly-reliable electronics solutions. See how AirBorn engineers are meeting the demand and providing solutions for the next generation of commercial aircraft. Learn More »

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