Fokker Aircraft Services (FAS) has been contracted to provide extensive nose-to-tail maintenance and C-checks for Germania Airline’s current generation Boeing 737 aircraft.
After servicing, three of the aircraft will retire to FAS’ Boeing Storage Programme, and while there will undergo routine service to maintain airworthiness until such time that they re-enter service. The remaining two aircraft will return to Germania for operation until October. Then they too will be phased out and will join Fokker Aircraft Service’s Boeing Storage Programme.
Thanks to Fokker Aircraft Services’ extensive backshops, its support and services cover the overhaul and repair of landing gear, the aircraft interior – to include the re-skinning of interior panels, emergency equipment, composites, tubes and welded assemblies, plus proprietary parts, with expanded capabilities to include sheet metal work, speed shop (machining, milling, etc.), non-destructive inspection, surface treatment, painting of the livery in cooperation with MAAS, and other customised solutions.
“Our ‘one-stop’ philosophy means that we can perform nearly all maintenance and repair tasks right here at our facilities. This is why we consistently meet our guaranteed turnaround times. The high importance we place on meeting our commitments proves the quality and dedication of our maintenance engineers,” says Michiel Van Aken, Sales Director.
FAS has been servicing Germania aircraft since 1995, starting with the maintenance of the airline’s Fokker 100 fleet.
Fokker Aircraft Service is an EASA, GCAA and FAA Part 145 approved maintenance facility. Located in in the Netherlands, it boasts five hangars spanning 16,000m2. At any one time, thefacility is able to accommodate up to four positions for Boeing 737 currentgeneration aircraft.
FAS’ capabilities are increasingly being used for Boeing 737 series aircraft and the Airbus A320 family, along with other regional aircraft types such as Embraer and Bombardier.
ABOUT FOKKER AIRCRAFT SERVICES
Fokker Aircraft Services (FAS) specializes in the maintenance, modification and conversion of commercial, private and military aircraft on behalf of operators the world over. With a staff of 400+ based at its Woensdrecht, Netherlands headquarters, FAS serves the operators and owners of Fokker, Boeing and Airbus aircraft. It also maintains the aircraft of national and international armed forces.