It is one of the first UK based MROs to be certified by the FAA since the US Department of Homeland Security TSA prohibition stopping the FAA issuing any new foreign repair station certifications was lifted early this year.
It adds an additional 17,300 square feet of hangar and office space, a generous ramp area, experienced airframe and power plant technicians along with control of the airport’s new state of the art fuel farm and fueling service.
It is investing almost 60 million euros in the construction and equipment of a new wheels and brakes shop at Frankfurt's East Harbor. The new building will be put into service at the beginning of 2017.
NBAA's 2014 Al Ueltschi Award for Humanitarian Leadership will be presented to these organizations on Oct. 21 during the Opening General Session of the 2014 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA2014) in Orlando, FL.
The new maintenance agreement includes heavy checks, pylon modifications, full painting, landing gear replacement, avionics upgrades and cabin modifications on seven 767-300ERs that will enter service this month.