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Magnetic MRO Aims To Grow Line Maintenance Capabilities

Company will also push existing engine line services into the market next year.

Estonia’s Magnetic MRO foresees a further expansion of engine line maintenance capabilities in the next 12 months as it looks to grow as an MRO provider.

Filip Stanisic, head of Magnetic MRO’s engine management department, believes next year will see a strong push of engine line maintenance sales by the company, with expansions to follow in time for 2019 and 2020.

“Our idea is that we develop our engine line maintenance services on a level that we can do LPT stage one blades replacement, LPT stage one NGV replacement and HPT Shroud replacement and HPT Blades replacement,” he told “These would also include HPT NGV replacement going up to combustion chamber replacement on CFM56-5B and CFM56-7B engines.”

Stanisic says that for Magnetic, which provides engine services for operators under the EASA 145 certificate, there are specific aims for expanding its engine capabilities. “This sort of capability will enable us to bring fast and comprehensive solution to most of the unexpected engine problems that our customers are facing.”

Magnetic MRO has introduced a raft of capabilities since its rebranding from Air Maintenance Estonia in 2014.

These include expansions of its Tallinn main base, including the opening of a paint hangar earlier this month, and an acquisitions into the interiors segment in the form of UK-based MAC Interiors in February 2016.

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