NewView Technologies, Inc. was founded in 1996, and specializes in repairing aircraft windows, including private, corporate and air carrier aircraft.
There are only a limited number of companies in the world performing this type of aircraft window repair service, which can save aircraft owners tens of thousands of dollars over the cost of replacing windows.
In 2001, demand for aircraft maintenance grew in the Fox Valley (Wisconsin). In response, NewView Technologies expanded its services to include single-engine and light twin-engine aircraft maintenance. In 2002, we added aircraft static system, altimeter and transponder avionics testing.
We have mobile service available for window restoration throughout the midwest to many corporate clients. Call for details.
NewView Technologies, Inc. is a member of the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce, Wittman Regional Airport Group, Fox Valley Technical College Advisory Board, National Aviation Business Association, and the Wisconsin Aviation Trades Association.
NewView Technologies, Inc. vice president, Bruce Botterman attended Blackhawk Technical College in Janesville, Wisconsin, receiving his Aircraft & Powerplant Certificate in 1966, and his Inspection Authorization in 1970. He worked for United Airlines through 1969 when he decided to make general aviation his career and became part owner of a large fixed base operation in Appleton. He began as shop manager, then later was appointed general manager and served in that capacity until he sold his interest in the business in 1995. Rae Botterman is president of NewView Technologies, Inc. She manages the frontend office and administration duties for the company.