AAR is a leading provider of diverse products and services to the worldwide commercial aviation and government/defense industries. AAR combines a close-to-the-customer business model with a broad range of capabilities to help customers operate more efficiently, lower costs and maintain high levels of quality, safety and service. AAR is a financially stable, dedicated partner with an enduring commitment to innovation, execution, continuous improvement and customer value.
The new, 10-year agreement, which goes into effect October 8, will strengthen airline service and support by providing operators with products manufactured by Eaton for a wide array of commercial aircraft.
A MJSP Pathways grant of $89,265 will help meet AAR’s workforce needs through a Pathways project with Lake Superior College by providing eligible applicants with training for jobs as support technicians for aircraft maintenance.
Nadcap accreditation is a prerequisite for inclusion on the qualified product list for major aircraft OEMs including Boeing’s A10 and 777, Bombardier’s C-series, Sikorsky’s S-92, Gulfstream, UTC-UTAS A320 and Triumph programs.
The contract expands on AAR's relationship with the UK MoD, for which it provides repairs, spare parts requirements and unit exchanges for BAE 125 and 146 aircraft, as well as APU repairs for the BAE146 aircraft.
It has signed a general terms agreement with Aeromexico to provide heavy maintenance, or C checks, on three of the airline’s Boeing 767 aircraft. AAR will perform the work at the Indianapolis Maintenance Center,
AAR is the only aerospace and defense contractor to be recognized this year, based on a rigorous assessment of the Company’s accounting, management and corporate governance practices over the previous fiscal year.
The 12-year $200 million agreement will include rotable inventory power by the hour (PBH) support, heavy maintenance, and wheel and brake services. AAR will own and manage a rotable inventory pool in five of Mesa's locations.
Job interviews were conducted by engineers, aircraft technicians and inspectors from the local AAR team, who also gave students a tutorial on facility operations and shared stories about their personal journeys into aviation careers.