LAS VEGAS, Nev. – October 22, 2013 – StandardAero Business Aviation continues to expand its legacy as the leading service provider in business aviation engine MRO with its growing MRO service and support of the Honeywell HTF700 engine. To date, StandardAero has completed over 50 combustor changes and performed 18, 4,000/8,000-hour borescope inspections.
“Our mechanics have worked closely with Honeywell and know this engine inside and out,” said Marc McGowan, Senior Vice President, Business Aviation, StandardAero. “And as part of this year’s NBAA show, StandardAero will be sharing what we have learned while working with operators to maintain the HTF7000.”
At the show, on Wednesday, October 23, at 11:30 AM, in the StandardAero booth (#N6116), members of StandardAero’s technical team will be hosting an HTF7000 maintenance seminar. A mockup display of the HTF7000 engine will be on hand as part of the seminar. Topics of discussion will include: what to expect during events; understanding “on-condition” maintenance and program/warranty explanations when working with the OEM.
StandardAero will be exhibiting at the 66th Annual National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Convention and Expo, October 22 – 24, 2013, in Las Vegas, Nev.; Booth N6116.
StandardAero Business Aviation Acquires RE100/RE220 and TFE731-50 Engine Authorizations/Testing Certifications in 2013
StandardAero received authorization to perform line services on the Honeywell RE100 and RE220 APUs at the company’s Los Angeles (LAX) facility.
StandardAero Business Aviation Expands Airframe Maintenance Capabilities with New Embraer Authorization
The agreement is for support of the next generation Legacy 450/500 aircraft in StandardAero's Augusta, GA (AGS), Houston, Texas (IAH), and Los Angeles (LAX) facilities.
It has launched dedicated Mobile Repair Teams (MRT) conducting on-wing hot section inspections (HSIs) and repairs for the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW610 and PW615 series engine.