O’Fallon, Missouri – Aviation Turbines International, Inc. (ATI), an AVMATS-Related Company based in O’Fallon, Missouri, is now offering a Mobile Response Team to better serve its JT15D customers. The company has a vehicle that is equipped with all the tooling required by Pratt & Whitney Canada to perform the following services on JT15D series engines:
*Hot Section Inspections
*Low Pressure Compressor (Fan Disk) Replacements
The vehicle is capable of carrying up to two engines; therefore, the Response Team will have a loaner engine available if needed by a customer. The Team can cover a 1,000- to 1,200-mile radius territory from its home base in O’Fallon, Missouri.
“Our Mobile Response Team has 70 years of experience collectively on engine overhauls and repairs,” says Tom Stanton, Vice President of ATI. “Each team member has been through the Flight Safety engine run and taxi course training. This ensures that the customer’s aircraft is being handled by professionals that are not only trained for the engine work but also for the aircraft installation.”
ATI has been servicing corporate flight departments with engine repairs and overhauls since 1991 and is now even better equipped to provide continued quality service. ATI maintains a registered ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System and is an FAA Certified Repair Station with EASA approval.
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