We’re proud to be an authorised stockist and re-seller for PPG Windshields, the cockpit window of choice for Boeing, Embraer, Bombardier and other OEMs due to their proven superiority and ongoing technical innovations.

Why choose PPG over other windows?

We consider the first factor to be design; while GKN opts for a one-piece framed design, both PPG and SGS have a modular (frame + panel) design. PPG and SGS are totally compatible, so a PPG panel can be used for the repair of an SGS window and vice versa. As one of the leading technological conglomerates, PPG windows benefit from innovations within the parent group in terms of coatings, chemicals, plastics and more – and apply them to windshields. They are simply the best products available.

In addition, we stock PPG’s bespoke Clarity Transparency Cleaning System, a two-part cleaning method that can easily remove debris and insect residue from coated and uncoated plastic transparencies.

Models always in stock

At our UK Headquarters near London Gatwick airport we always keep complete ship-sets in stock for the following aircraft:

  • Airbus Narrow Body Jets – A318, A319, A320 & A321
  • Airbus Wide Body – A330, A340
  • As well as Embraer’s regional jet series EJET, E170, E175, E190 & E195.

In terms of the Regional markets, we supply PPG transparencies and windshields for ATR42, ATR72, DASH8-300 and DASH8-Q400.

Business Jets

We’ve got the BizJet market covered too. We supply PPG windshields for the following aircraft:

HAWKER 800 XP, KING AIR, GLOBAL EXPRESS, BEECH 1900, LEARJET31, LEARJET45, SIKORSKY S70.

For military aircraft please check out our military support page.

 

Our favourable relationship with PPG windshields means we can pass on the most competitive prices to our customers; we offer same day global shipping, and exchange is available on request. We provide a 24/7 AOG Service to contract customers and would be happy to discuss your windshield requirements in more detail – give us a call on 00 44 (1)273 492237 or email sales@haywardandgreen.com.

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