Series of Aircraft Leather by OmnAvia Interiors

Our newest aviation leather collection, noted for its strength and durability, is known as Mammut. This semi-aniline leather with a slight grain enhancement offers a soft hand and natural looking hair-cell finish texture. Using only European raw material, Mammut provides exceptional cutting yields due to its large hides and superbfinishing techniques.

You’ll find the quality of Mammut to be reliably uniform, as our tannery is certified to ISO 9001 and 14001 standards, and it is AS 9000 qualified as well.

Mammut is a product best suited for smaller aircraft, in that it is certified to the horizontal burn requirements for Part 91 operators – 14CFR 23.853(a). But what a value! It is durable, and the slightly enhanced grain makes it consistent in its surface appearance. It is offered in 32 rich colors, and Mammut is stocked in our North Carolina facility.

And pricing? You’ll find it to be very friendly.
Specify Mammut for your next small aircraft interior refurbishment. You’ll enjoy the coveted combination of great quality, quick delivery, and value pricing. And that’s Mammut!


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Weight: 2 ½ - 2 ¾ oz. per sq. ft.
Thickness:  1.1 - 1.3 mm
Abrasion, ASTM D3884-01: >1000 cycles (500 Gram Load on each arm)
Colorfastness, AATCC 16   Min. Class 4 (40 hours)
Flame Resistance:  Meets 14CFR 23.853(a)