MRO Checklist: Partnerships And Authorizations

Partnerships from Jet Aviation Moscow Vnukovo, Lion Group and Southwest Airlines and a new authorization for StandardAero European Service Center

StandardAero European Service Center authorized for Rolls-Royce T56/501D engine maintenance

Rolls-Royce approved StandarAero’s European Service Center (ECS) to become a T56/501D branch location under the company’s authorized maintenance center agreement. Located in Tiburg, Netherlands, ECS will now support European network customers as a repair and support facility for T56/501D engine services. StandardAero's already supports T56/501D maintenance at its facilities is in Winnipeg, Canada and in San Antonio, Texas.

Photo Credit: Jet Aviation Moscow Vnukovo

Jet Aviation Moscow Vnukovo extends spares partnership with Bombardier

Jet Aviation Moscow Vnukovo and Bombardier agreed to increase the inventory of critical spare parts at Jet Aviation’s line maintenance and AOG facility in Moscow. Furthering the spare parts agreement signed in 2012, under this agreement Jet Aviation is arranging customs clearance and transportation for the parts that Bombardier will ship.

Jet Aviation Moscow Vnukovo provides 24/7 technical maintenance services, including line maintenance, defect rectification and AOG services at Vnukovo International Airport to Bombardier, Gulfstream, Embraer and Hawker aircraft operators.


Lion Group signs material support and MRO consultancy agreements with CFM International

Lion Group and CFM International signed a material support agreement for the airline’s CFM fleet as well as a consultancy agreement to support the airline's planned engine maintenance and overhaul center in Indonesia. The long-term agreement will cover nearly 1,000 CFM engines that Lion Air has in service or on order.


Aviation Technical Services expands service to Southwest Airlines

Aviation Technical Services (ATS) entered into an agreement with Southwest Airlines to provide MRO services  to the carrier at its newly acquired and renovated facility at Kansa City International Airport. The expansion to Kansas City benefits Southwest as the carrier operates 67 daily nonstop flights to 26 destinations.

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