MRO Europe 2022 Post Show Report

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INSIDE Conference highlights including: deglobalisation, doing business in the ‘new normal’ and more Read the latest news from the show floor and discover the biggest deals Your complete guide to the exhibitors, pavilions and zones

Upcoming 2023 Events

n A&D Mergers and Acquisitions

January 30 • Beverly Hills, CA

n A&D Supply Chain

January 31-February • Beverly Hills, CA

n Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance Americas

February 7 • Dallas, TX, USA

Co-located with n Aero-Engines Americas February 8-9

n MRO Latin America February 22-23 • Buenos Aires, Argentina

n MRO Middle East March 1-2 • Dubai, UAE

n A&D Manufacturing, Featuring Raw Materials April 17-18 • Atlanta, GA, USA

n MRO Americas

April 18-20 • Atlanta, GA, USA Co-located with n Military Aviation Logistics & Maintenance Symposium (MALMS) April 19-20

n MRO Australasia

May 17-18 • Brisbane, Australia

n Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance Europe June 7-8 • London, UK

n MRO BEER Baltics & Eastern European Region June 14-15 • Warsaw, Poland

n Aero-Engines Europe September • Madrid, Spain

n MRO Asia-Pacific September 26-28 • Singapore Co-located with n Aero-Engines Asia-Pacific September 27-28

n MRO Europe October 17-19 • Amsterdam, The Netherlands

n Aerospace IT Fall 2023

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Aviation Week Network’s MRO Europe returned to London on October 1820, combining a three-day strategic conference and a two-day international exhibition at ExCeL London.

The event welcomed over 9,000 registered attendees, representing 86 countries, and featured 450+ exhibitors, reinforcing its status as the largest event for the aviation aftermarket in the region and crucial for anyone doing business with the airline supply chain.

The halls of the show floor were packed with buyers, looking to discover the latest technology, discuss new business and reconnect with existing suppliers. Over 900 qualified buyers from airlines and lessors were in attendance.

Next year, MRO Europe celebrates its 25th anniversary, returning to RAI Amsterdam on October 17-19, 2023 – don’t miss it!

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AFI KLM E&M for Virgin Atlantic fleet

n Virgin Atlantic has retained AFI KLM E&M services for a new fleet of Airbus A330neo aircraft.

The two partners announced that they have a new agreement dedicated to component support for an incoming fleet of A330neos. Virgin’s fleet will eventually comprise of up to 16 A330neos. AFI KLM E&M is already preparing to deploy its solutions to the first of the airline’s A330neos, which has been named “Billie Holiday”, as well as those set to follow. The services provided will include flight-hour

repairs, access to a spare parts pool, and the provision of a Main Base Kit for Virgin Atlantic’s facilities in London. Neil Ambidge, VP Engineering & Maintenance of Virgin Atlantic, said: “For over 20 years, AFI KLM E&M has shown itself to be a benchmark partner for our airline in the field of aircraft component services, providing highly effective support on our current fleets, as well as on our A330neos from October 2022.” Through this latest agreement, Virgin Atlantic is extending and renewing its confidence in AFI

KLM E&M for the maintenance of the latest product to join its fleet, the A330neo. The Airline-MRO Group has amassed invaluable expertise and experience with new-generation longhaul aircraft.

Pierre Teboul, SVP Commercial at AFI KLM E&M, added: “the long history between our two groups illustrates AFI KLM E&M’s ability to build lasting partnerships with airlines, and to continue to deliver high-quality services across multiple products over the long term.”

Iberia Maintenance now supporting Pratt & Whitney GTF engine

n Pratt & Whitney has announced it will expand its global network of providers that maintain the Pratt & Whitney GTF engine to include Iberia Maintenance.

Iberia’s Madrid-based facility will service PW1100GJM engines for the Airbus A320neo family with full disassembly, assembly and test capability. Iberia Maintenance is the latest engine center to be announced in Europe within the GTF MRO network, alongside MTU Aero Engines and two Lufthansa Technik facilities in Germany; EME Aero in Poland; OGMA in Portugal; and SR Technics in Switzerland.

“With increasing engine orders, we continue to grow our MRO presence with capable, quality maintenance providers

worldwide to ensure proximity and seamless service to our customers,” said Marc Meredith, Executive Director of GTF Engine Aftermarket at Pratt & Whitney. “Already a proven MRO provider for the V2500 engine, Iberia Maintenance’s skill and experience will be a strong asset to the GTF MRO network.”

Andy Best, Chief Technical Officer for Iberia said: “We are proud to receive Pratt & Whitney’s confidence and to take this strategic step in the development of our engine business, which will allow us to consolidate our position as a full-service provider in single aisle fleets while ensuring the continuity of our workshop at the forefront of the industry’s technology.”

Virgin Atlantic and AFI KLM E&M have reached an agreement on A330neo support

FL Technics and Norwegian go for synergy

n Global provider of aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services, FL Technics and airline Norwegian have signed a five-year contract to spur synergies and growth potential in mutual operations.

Norwegian is aiming to improve the efficiency of its operations and reduce its carbon dioxide footprint with the purchase of 50 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. They will be delivered between 2025 and 2028. FL Technics invested in Europe-based wheels and brakes business to add a new service to its MRO portfolio with a clear competitive advantage of LEAN-based operations, its own supply chain solutions, and convenient locations for its facilities, including the wheels

and brakes shops. Zilvinas Lapinskas, CEO of FL Technics said: “LEAN and efficient processes grant better business performance, yet it has an equally important impact on the sustainability of operations. Thus, we are glad that an increasing number of companies are taking this into account while developing business in aviation.”

Henrik Fjeld, SVP Technical of Norwegian Air Shuttle also emphasized the importance of this agreement: “From the onset of the tendering process, FL Technics shared our commitment to operate in accordance with responsible, ethical, sustainable and sound business principles, with respect for people, the environment and society.”

Flitetec takes hold of the situation

n Aircraft interiors specialist Flitetec launched new products and services including a partnership with SmartTray International to offer innovative holder solutions for personal electronic devices such as phones and tablets. Under the new partnership with SmartTray, Flitetec is able to modify and upgrade existing tray tables, arm and head rests and seat backs to incorporate costeffective and maintenance free device holders. It means smartphones and tablets are always in sight and within arms’ reach without needing to be held throughout a flight, providing greater comfort and ease of use for passengers. The modifications will be carried out and released with a Form 1 through Flitetec’s EASA or CAA part 145 licence.

Flitetec has also completed an agreement to distribute Wamco’s aerospace lighting products and technologies, from cockpit instrument lights to reading lamps.

Trevor Lea, Flitetec managing director, said: “Working with companies of the calibre of Wamco and SmartTray will allow us to provide even greater support for airlines, leasing companies and MRO service providers as they continue to face rising cost pressures and higher customer experience expectations.”

Zilvinas Lapinskas, CEO of FL Technics

Liebherr-Aerospace and AEM sign MOU

n A Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation on state-of-the-art landing gear maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to Embraer E-Jet E1 operators in the EUMEA region has been signed by LiebherrAerospace and AEM.

The partnership enables Liebherr-Aerospace to off-load contracted landing gear work to AEM, an established MRO landing gear provider based in Ramsgate. This agreement will increase the number of available overhaul slots for E-Jet E1 aircraft, while the reliability of the service offer will be backed through the partnership between Liebherr-Aerospace and AEM.

Christian Franz, Director Customer Service of LiebherrAerospace Lindenberg (Germany), explained: “For our customers, this partnership generates more flexibility and availability in planning and selecting overhaul slots, which will optimize the fleet operation of our E-Jet E1 customers.”

Andy Wheeler, DVP and Managing Director of AEM, commented, “AEM is delighted to partner with LiebherrAerospace to supply E-Jet landing gear overhaul services. Our Ramsgate team has many years of experience in providing the quality of service that Liebherr-Aerospace’s customers demand. This partnership further cements AEM as a leading landing gear maintenance provider and complements wider landing systems capabilities offered by AMETEK MRO.”

(Left to right) Sven Dicke, VP MRO Operation & Strategic Investment, Customer Support & Services of LiebherrAerospace & Transportation SAS, Andy Wheeler, DVP and Managing Director of AEM, Christian Franz, Director Customer Service of Liebherr-Aerospace Lindenberg GmbH and Markus Fritsch, Team Leader MRO Purchasing of Liebherr-Aerospace Lindenberg GmbH.

Joramco signs with Spirit

n Spirit AeroSystems has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Joramco, the Amman-based maintenance, repair, and overhaul provider.

The MOU will explore cooperation in providing a wide range of repairs to and services of composite and metallic aerostructures to customers in the region. A team of engineers and experts from both companies will be formed to support the needs of operators, and shops, and develop new repair processes as needed. Joramco, based at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan, has more than 50 years of experience and is certified by many international regulatory authorities including the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Jordanian Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission (JCARC).

“We are eager to begin structural repair MRO operations in the Middle East and look forward to working with Joramco,” said Kailash Krishnaswamy, Senior Vice President for Spirit AeroSystems Aftermarket Services. “Together, we will be able to offer better value to our customers in the region by leveraging our structural engineering expertise.”

Commenting on the occasion, Joramco CEO Fraser Currie said: “We at Joramco are proud to announce our MOU with Spirit AeroSystems. Our clients are accustomed to receiving high-quality maintenance and repair and this new development will further fulfill our promise to them. Together, we will explore exchanging expertise and improve our current services and acquire new ones that are in demand in the region.”

HAECO Global Engine Support joins ELMS Aviation network

n ELMS Aviation has announced that HAECO Global Engine Support has joined ELMS’ expanding customer network by utilising its Compliance & Competence Solution.

The ELMS Solution will be a core platform used to ensure the compliance and safety of HAECO Group’s engine services specialist in terms of managing, demonstrating and lifting the competence of HAECO GES working teams, enabling the business to maintain and further enhance its global service offerings while providing high level of transparency, integrity and visibility of personnel competence.

HAECO has recently expanded its Global Engine Support network to London and the Middle East. “We are thrilled to be supporting HAECO GES with our software product

ELMS Solution.” said John Scale, General Manager of ELMS Aviation. “The global reach and nature of their business is well suited to the products’ capabilities, and we look forward to seeing HAECO GES business develop, along with the value, intelligence, and experience that their team will contribute, allowing us to further develop and innovate in the competence space.”

“The ELMS Solution will greatly improve HAECO Global Engine Support’s ability to monitor, evidence and record team competency, training and authorisations efficiently and accurately at our London base, ensuring full compliance in all aspects of our operations.” said Julian Potter, General Manager of HAECO Global Engine Support in London.


n Lufthansa Technik sealed major new long-term contracts for the strategic component support of renowned ultra lowcost airline brands Wizz Air, Frontier Airlines and Volaris.

The new agreements take into account the three carriers’ rapidly growing fleets and the Total Component Support (TCS) they have signed up to encompasses services such as spare parts pooling and a maintenance, repair and overhaul coverage for thousands of part numbers. But their TCS will also include a more specialized service packages that directly address any airline’s individual requirements and tailor the contracted component supply accordingly.

Wizz Air, Frontier, Volaris sign with Lufthansa Technik Day in. Day out.

“Wizz Air, Frontier und Volaris are impressive examples of successful ultra-low-cost carriers that are embarking upon ambitious growth plans. We feel honoured being chosen to accompany and support their success stories as an integral partner,” said Soeren Stark, Chief Executive Officer of Lufthansa Technik. “The long-term extension of the components contracts with these three airlines not only underlines our competitiveness in a price-sensitive and more and more digitally-driven market, it also provides a significant boost for our components business in the Americas and Europe.”

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Revima predicts its future Condor Flugdienst takes flight with Lufthansa Technik

Condor Flugdienst and Lufthansa Technik signed a comprehensive contract for component support of the airline’s Airbus A330neo fleet.

Under the terms of the ten-year agreement, Lufthansa Technik will provide Total Component Support (TCS) for the Airbus A330-900neo aircraft that will join Condor’s fleet in the coming years. For Lufthansa Technik it is the first TCS contract for this modern longhaul type. The contract, which comes into effect on January 1, 2023, covers not only the classic supply of components but also various partspooling and logistics services, including the establishment of a socalled homebase stock at Condor’s operations center at Frankfurt Airport.

“The supply of necessary components for our new aircraft is an important aspect for the service entry and operation of the A330neo. The continued cooperation with Lufthansa Technik AG ensures for us a consistently optimal support according to the highest quality standards

in this area,” said Condor COO and Accountable Manager, Christian Schmitt.

Lufthansa Technik already provides reliable component services for Condor’s other Airbus and Boeing subfleets. The two companies also work

together in many other maintenance, repair and overhaul areas, such as engine and landing gear maintenance. This year Condor also became the first airline customer for Lufthansa Technik’s HeatNow cabin floor heating system.

n Revima, an independent APU and landing gear MRO specialist, announced the deployment of a predictive optimization solution to upgrade its supply chain, in partnership with Lokad.

This technology features probabilistic forecasting and differentiable programming. The goal is to reduce the turn-around-time for APU and landing gear repair and overhaul operations and to optimize inventory costs for spare parts. On the one hand, probabilistic forecasting applied to demand, lead time and scrap rate embraces the very high uncertainty and variability in aviation. On the other hand, differentiable programming allows to automatically extract patterns from complex supply chain processes, as found in the maintenance operations associated with aviation components.

Olivier Legrand, Revima Group President and CEO, said: “Aviation has been promised inventory optimization solutions since I started my career over three decades ago. However, every time, aviation proved too hard: too many parts, too many processes and too little volume. With Lokad, we have finally found a partner that can integrate the aviation expert knowledge of Revima’s teams right into our systems. And its’ AI, as ‘augmented intelligence’ for aviation, combines latest Artificial Intelligence technology with Data Scientists screening the data.”

(Left) Axel Schefe, Group Director Fleet Management at Condor. (Right) Kai-Stefan Röpke, Vice President Corporate Sales Europe, Middle East and Africa at Lufthansa Technik

MRO Europe breaks pre-pandemic numbers

MRO Europe breaks pre-pandemic numbers

MRO Europe 2022 played host to 451 exhibitors, 9,000+ registered attendees and witnessed 3 days of face-to-

face networking, contract signings and strategic discussions, at the ExCeL London.

Combining a senior level conference on October 18-20, and an international exhibition on October 19-20, Aviation

Week Network welcomed the entire airline supply chain, with senior level executives and buyers from airlines, lessors, MROs, OEMs and suppliers in attendance, representing 86 countries. l

9,120 Registered Attendees 451 Exhibitors 3 day conference featuring 49 senior level speakers 900+ Airline & Lessor Buyers 96% 2023 floorplan sold out by show close EVENT IN NUMBERS: 15 SUMMARY
16 SUMMARY Airline Operator 9% OEM/Manufacturer 8% Logistics/Freight Forwarding 5% Components/Rotables 5% Consulting Services 4% Lessor 3% Supply Chain 3% IT Systems/Software 3% MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) 30% Parts Distributor/ Supplier 13% Other Industries 17% Top 10 Industries Represented “It's the only yearly chance for the industry to meet up and network, which drives the business forward ” Ian Williams Senior Power Plant Consultant, British Airways

“MRO Europe is by far the best event in Europe to get a great view in new developments in the Aerospace MRO market and at the same time meet all my suppliers in one place at a convenient location.”

Harmen Lanser

Director Component Product, Air France KLM

“Was one of the best events I have been to for a few years. Great to see the industry bouncing back.”

Sonia Tindall

Director of Repairs Management, Aeras Aviation

Attendees by Region

17 Buy/Approve 40% Recommend/ Specify 18% Influence 14% Seller/Prospector 11% Not involved in any way 17% Europe 39% UK 37% The Americas 19% MENA 4% Asia-Pacific 1% Job Level Purchasing
Manager 42% VP, Director, Head 33% C-Level 13% Other 12%


Airline & Lessor Buyers

MRO Europe 2022 attracted almost 1,000 airline and lessor buyers from around the world The VIP attendees are vetted to ensure they meet a strict buying criteria Senior level buyers from airlines and lessors included:


MRO Europe Conference: A snapshot of strategic discussions

The Unpopular Opinion Panel: There are a lot of uncertainties and potential headwinds causing stress to the MRO and aviation industry, what if we don’t see the growth we expect?

Moderator: James Pozzi, MRO Editor EMEA, Aviation Week Network

Speakers: Kata Cserep, Global MD, Aviation, Travel and Tourism, ICF

Pietro Pascale, Managing Director, Atitech Krzysztof Krolak, SVP Technical Operations, LOT Airlines

l KK “Recovery has created other issues – finding slots, supply chain. I think we need to be optimistic – but realistic too. We need to think about agility –how to adapt together. How creative will OEMs and MROs be to respond to what’s happening? We are so dependent on them.”

l KC ‘We are in a recession – whether it lasts a quarter or a year…that downturn may come quite quickly…conflict between pent up demand and headwinds, I think we need to be a little more cautious…optimistic in the long term but cautious for the next 24 months’

AUDIENCE POLL: Where are you seeing as the biggest cost impacts from inflation at present? Parts

Airline Roundtable: Priorities and Business Models

Session Description: What is top of the agenda for European airlines now that we have moved into the ‘new normal?’ What are the priorities in the areas of staffing and recruitment, sustainability, digital?

Moderator: James Pozzi, MRO Editor EMEA, Aviation Week Network


Julia Brix, Head of Technical Services, Wizz Air Brendan McConnellogue, Director of Engineering and Maintenance, easyJet Boris Rogoff, Technical Director, Vueling

l BR “Need to build up capabilities but lag of supply chain is affecting us quite a bit. Need to invest to get this going as fast as possible. Next summer is a big focus, we can’t have the shortcomings we have this year”

l JB “TAT huge difference to what we were used to before… MROs need to sort this and find solutions fast. Safe reliable operations for our customers is the end goal.”

l BMC “We kept all aircraft fit to fly throughout the pandemic so we were ready to go when the recovery started.”

Workforce 17% Energy 31% Logistics 9% Other 0%
and materials 43%


MRO Panel: Planning and Resilience

Session Description:

De-globalisation for a global industry - what are the concerns for MRO and how will this impact cost? How will the structure shift? How do high fuel prices and transport costs affect MRO in Europe?

Moderator: Jonas Murby, Principal, Aerodynamic Speakers: Mirjana Ceh, Chief Commercial Officer, AviaPrime Group

Zilvinas Lapinskas, CEO, FL Technics

Brian Sartain, SVP Repair and Engineering Services, AAR

l MC “In the short term we are focused on cost but keeping an eye on other issues… cost is focus because we have to survive”

l BS “In the US it’s more labour that costs, we hope costs work out by working with our customers... Aircraft are flying that we never thought we would see again which is lending itself to some unique situations”

l ZL “Labour shortage and supply of components are the biggest challenges. We raised technicians salaries 20% this year and created career paths for them… we are paying for training”

Session Summary: A recovering market where airlines are requiring more of suppliers but labour shortages and parked aircraft causing significant issues.

AUDIENCE POLL A: What are the key factors impacting MRO businesses today?

Deglobalization (China, Russia, Brexit, fuel price, transport cost) 0% Sustainability 6% Labour shortage 42% New currency balance 3%

Return of parked aircraft/postponement Supply/Demand balance

AUDIENCE POLL B: Where is MRO management attention directed?

3% 45%

New types of business opportunities 8% Labour pipeline 17%

Solving supply chain 22%

Sustainability 3%

Addressing escalating costs 50%

Engine Market: Trends and New Strategies

Moderator: Shangari Meleschi, VP North American Repair Operations, and Aftermarket Operations Transformation, Pratt & Whitney Speakers: Romain Fleury, GM Aftermarket Solutions EMEA, GE Aviation Russell Shelton, President – Engine Strategy Group, GA Telesis Marcel Leon de Paz, Director Sales Europe and Africa – MTU Maintenance

l RS “In a recession where new aircraft are coming, old aircraft will be parked, and we might never see them again. What’s changed is the delivery performance of our vendors. In a word – terrible”

l RF ‘On retirements – there are key decisions to be made by end users on their fleets.’

l RS ‘The technology potential is out of this world. Until we can do the basics and build engines in a reasonable amount of time. No technology will change anything. We have technical potential, but we’ve stepped away from the basics. We need to bring those together.”

l ML ‘We’re adding capacity – optimising our system so we can split between hospital visits and scheduled maintenance. This alleviates some of the bottlenecks.’


Consistency in the Supply Chain

Session Description:

Supply chain instability is a significant threat – what are the key ways to manage this? Closer partnerships, driving flexibility, better use of data monitoring, diversifying the supply chain, investment and partnerships, keeping labor in supply chain roles.

Moderator: David Stewart, Partner, Oliver Wyman

Speakers: David Kerr, Technical Supply Chain Manager, Norse Atlantic Airways

Jim O’Sullivan, VP Business Development, HEICO

Pete Reinikkala, Head of Supply Chain Management, Finnair Technical Services

Barry Swift, SVP Operations, AJW

l BS “There has been an increase in sharing of data and transparency in the last 2 years”

l JOS “Last year’s Forecasts were a work of fiction. How could you have predicted this!”

l DK “Good partnerships are key…you need someone big who knows the market and OEMs and can push.”

Summary: Need for proactive supply chain management which enables problem solving, work on improving availability of data, smart on inventory.

AUDIENCE POLL: Price escalation is a clear threat given the environment. What cost increases are you anticipating for your 2023 planning?

0% - 2% 0% 2.1% - 4% 0% 4.1% - 6% 10% 6.1% - 8%



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Go Live! Theater continues to gather crowds

This year’s themes included sustainability, new technology and innovation, digitalisation and consolidation

There is always a great deal to learn from the subject matter experts during their short and exciting case studies and presentations at the Go Live! Theater. It is the key destination to hear free show floor content. From integrated aviation ecosystems to artificial intelligence driven platforms and cargo and lessor market insights, the case studies and presentations were not to be missed features of the exhibition. The first morning on Wednesday 19 October began with Power Sessions from

Aviation Week Network’s own fleets and MRO industry analyst Antoine Fafard. The noon case study from TAP Air Portugal about digital platform technology in technical operations, presented by TAP’s Aircraft Systems Engineering Manager Tiago Cordeiro and Lufthansa Technik Sales Executive Europe Margarida Martini, was followed by Joramco CEO Fraser Currie.

Currie explained how Joramco was undergoing significant transformation and that Dubai Aerospace had taken a substantial share of the company. Annam, Jordan based


Joramco was undertaking an 82,000 square metre expansion, going from 5-6 lines to 17 lines and in three to four years to 27 lines with new hangars. Currie pointed out that 60% of Joramco’s customers were from Europe along with others from Latin America and Asia. Of the European customers, Ryan Air was a new one and its MRO work would take up five lines of parallel maintenance. “We set ourselves on a journey of transformation, people, training, we have our own training academy,” said Currie. As Joramco follows EASA Part 147 for training academy it had to drop the UK firm it used due to Brexit and the UK leaving EASA and had to switch to a non-UK firm.

All this transformation is going on while Joramco also deals with the wider industry issues of spares supply. The lack of seat tracks led to Joramco buying an eight-metre milling bed to ensure older aircraft can have their seat tracks completed. It was the main obstacle to releasing aircraft. And with the Ukraine war, raw material for the milling machine is now an issue.

Just as Currie set out his company’s challenges with materials, Gawain Mundy, Silver Wings Aerospace Director of Engineering, tackled the subject of Alternate Bill of Materials, how to make cost and time savings. Innovative aviation solutions company Wencor also made a presentation, with Chase Harris Vice President for PMA and DER. Harris talked about how Covid meant, inventory burndown, material shortages, labour force dynamics, surging demand, all leading to resource crunch for industry. Harris made the point that Wencor provides options for extending life of parts instead of having to buy new ones. “We look at how to make parts more

serviceable,” Harris said. “We take a finished product that has been used and increase its durability with coatings.” Cost savings and sustainability are key, he added, in considering whether to repair or replace, and gave the example of replacing a latch that is cracking, which may ultimately require a redesign for durability or alternative tougher material choices. Wencor could also offer short term repair solutions while a longer term PMA solution is determined.

The afternoon of the first day also saw the issue of trusted parts discussed by SITA for Aircraft Business Innovation aircraft data management portfolio head, Pierre-Yves Benain. He demonstrated the SITA Trusted Aircrafts Parts Exchange. Later that afternoon, SITA product manager, Dominic Hickey explained how to unlock aircraft data for MRO and developing solutions for tomorrow’s data needs.

Thursday morning saw a presentation about the Aviation Week Information Network and that was followed by Mikheil Khidureli CEO of Enterprise Georgia talking about what the country is doing to encourage the MRO industry there. He gave key figures such as the fact that the World Bank has rated Georgia the seventh easiest country to do business in and the third least tax take with just 9%, 0% value added tax for the MRO industry and more widely, 0% on retained company profits. The country saw 10% economic growth in 2021 and $6.4 billion in foreign direct investment. It also has an association agreement and perspective with the European Union and expects to achieve EU candidacy status soon. Seventy percent of Georgia’s electricity is from renewables. The country has


three airports, Batumi, Kutaisi, Tbilsi, the capital. Khidureli cited the central geography of Georgia, with a five to six hour flight time to the Netherlands and France and the Middle East. The government is targeting narrowbody aircraft for Georgian MRO with a goal of an industry turnover of $2.2 million for line maintenance by 2027. An MRO center for Georgia with four bays for four aircraft is being built.

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Right in the Zones

From the Zones’ pavilions for key specialist sectors to the Zone theater for exhibitors to find their audience, this new approach for 2022 was the solution for all solutions

The Zones Theater saw presentations on new products and solutions from safety service providers, training specialists and hangar builders. A new maintenance repair and overhaul hangar at Berlin Brandenburg Airport was one recent project presented. Schwarzmann aircraft hangars’ project manager, Matej Lozak spoke about this double hangar and how four Airbus A320 can be maintained there. The hangar had to be insulated for its 10,000 square metre floor space and has had a sprinkler system being installed. Lozak also spoke of a hangar in Vienna with an 8050 square metre floor plan. Built in 2019, it has a maximum gable opening for easy aircraft manoeuvring and a concrete firewall between two halves of the hangar. This year’s Zones, the Hangar Equipment Zone, EASA Services Zone and New Exhibitor Showcase Zone, offered a wide variety of products and services. As well as hangar constructers, the Hangar Equipment

Zone has suppliers of specialist equipment such as engine stands, ground support equipment, airframe and engine tooling, docking and access platforms, test equipment, safety equipment and more. One piece of equipment being offered to European customers is GE Aviation’s 360 Foam Wash for engines. Product Manager Matthew Gifford explained that MRO Europe was an opportunity to reach out to new customers. “I’m here to discuss our new foam technology that we use to clean engines and improve their health and efficiency, to save fuel.” The EASA Services Zone is a designated area for Part 21 (Design and Manufacturing), Part 147 (Training) and Part M (CAMO) specialists. One of the exhibitors is Baines Simmons. One of its co-founders, Bob Simmons, was clear why he chose MRO Europe. “I think it is renowned as probably being the biggest trade show for maintenance, repair and overhaul,” said Simmons. He also gave a presentation in the Theater about safety services. Simmons pointed out that regulations in the European Union had changed and also in the UK. This change was


to make Safety Management Systems (SMS) required for organization’s management systems. The EU Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) had introduced the requirement for SMS to integrated, not separate, to management systems. Safety management systems are Part 145.A.200, involving identification of hazards, risk assessments, mitigation, effectiveness verification, continuous learning and improvement. Simmons argued that incorporating safety thinking into all business activities would mean safer workers were more productive because of fewer or no accidents, for example. Another safety related training provider was Dansoft Training Services. Olusegun Johnson told the Zone Theater audience that his company was an EASA approved maintenance training organisation founded in 2019. Dansoft is a company open to collaboration with other organisations under Part-M, Part-145 and Part-147. Another Zone Theater presenter was MSA’s International executive field sales manager, Bertrand Challier. He spoke about the MSA Latchways WinGrip. The WinGrip creates a vacuum between itself and the fuselage or wing of the aircraft creating a stable point from which guard rails or safety ropes can be connected. Maintainers are still falling from wings or through partially dismantled aircraft floors. Roped to a WinGrip, safety is improved. Of the many exhibitors in the Zones, Challier perhaps summed up the value of the show best: “Now we realised that here we have the right key people., the maintenance people, the managers, the operational people who come and have a look at what is new. It’s the quality of the people coming to MRO Europe.” l



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Singapore Looking to Make an Impression in Europe

Europe is a vast market with four of the world’s largest economies and Singapore based companies are under no illusion that to find new customers, go to where the customers are

Aviation is a significant part of the 350 billion US dollar gross domestic product of the island of Singapore with its population of just under six million. A number of Singaporean companies took the opportunity to attend MRO Europe and the Singapore pavilion saw a steady flow of interested parties.

“We were introduced to this by the Singapore government organisation, known as Enterprise Singapore,” said Darren Wong Chen Pei, representing Rexadvance Technology, a precision engineering solutions company. “So, through this opportunity

we are trying to step out of Singapore and go to the international markets. This [MRO Europe] is a very good steppingstone for us to eventually enter the European market and this is one of our first trade shows ever since Covid.” Another company of engineers is CW Aero Services. It provides airport systems, tooling and GSE services and has its own engineering department.

“Because we are based in Singapore, we are looking at how we can extend our capabilities to the companies in Europe to see how they can reach people in Asia,” said CW Aero Services GSE and tooling sales manager, Cedric Quey. “Nowadays, customers are looking for technical support, in Asia, or even in sales they are looking for people in Asia who can talk face to face with new customers. For technical support, they want something within a good time, and we are more or less the bridge in between the time differences.”

Another firm on the Singapore pavilion was Aviation Partner and Consulting (APAC). They were there to show the outfit has the capability to develop business in Asia as it is “a distributor for different OEMs as not all the OEMs, especially the small and


medium sized companies, have facilities in Asia,” APAC Managing Director, Fred Hervot explained. APAC sees a lot of interest in Asia because it has been a booming region with 50% of aircraft deliveries. The company was established more than 10 years ago and has helped companies develop their business within Asia through its connections with MROs and airlines.

Another company helping MROs and others to do better business is AMS Decisions, a technical solutions and outsourcing specialist. “The value of being at MRO Europe is to meet all our potential customers which are all the exhibitors around here, we are mainly targeting MRO organisations with our software solutions,” said AMS Decisions Vice President of Business Development, Fabrice Lormois. AMS Decisions was founded by a team of industry experts together with technology experts. “We also want to meet all the airlines who are passing by and looking for new information about software to also improve the experience of their own engineers doing maintenance on aircraft,” Lormois added. The company provides a service that allows the real-time tracking of engineering staff’s experience which issues engineer experience reports for type rating authorization renewals and for the notification of mandatory training.

The island of Singapore might be geographically small and on the other side of the world, but its companies can have an outsized impact through MRO Europe seeking new partners in Asia and new sales in Europe. l

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A Leader’s Summit at the VIP Club Lounge

What better than a lounge to maximise your network where connections are everything and when you are that very important person, it makes sense

The importance of select seats and tables, free drinks and a quieter zone where the conversation could flow is not lost on anyone and the VIP Club Lounge is an area open all day for fruitful discussions. The VIP Club Lounge was only open to airlines and aircraft/engine lessor VIPs during the MRO Europe exhibition hours of Wednesday 9.30am to 5.30pm and Thursday 9.30am to 3pm. Summit Aerospace saw the value of such a venue and have been the VIP Club Lounge

sponsor for MRO Europe 2021 and 2022 and will be again for 2023 when the show returns to Amsterdam. Summit aims to build strong relationships and develop a partnership approach and where could be more appropriate to do this than in hosting a VIP Club Lounge.

In the VIP Club Lounge, customers can have a drink and take time to relax or schedule a meeting in a place where there is plenty of footfall. What is better than open and honest conversation in the relaxed surroundings of a VIP Club Lounge? The concept of the VIP Club Lounge tallies with Summit’s values. Summit aims to be straight forward in its communications and encourages all of its employees to be approachable at all times. Whether it is a VIP Club Lounge or an in-person office meeting, Summit staff consult widely and regularly to ensure they continue to meet the customers’ ever-changing needs.

Summit Aerospace serves more than one hundred clients a year worldwide. They help their customers reduce repair


and overhaul maintenance cost with innovative solutions. Summit employees are dedicated to continuously improving the quality, value and above all, the safety of all the services for all the customers. Those introductions that can be had in a VIP Club Lounge. Summit Aerospace is about working together, a business that is a people business, talking to the customers and more importantly listening to the customers. Summit conducts regular employee surveys and welcome the views of its staff, just as it welcomes the views of the VIPs who get to experience the VIP Club Lounge.

Aim high is another Summit value, tempered by knowing that it is key to always being realistic about what can be achieved. For Summit, partnering the firm’s companies with its customers is the vision. This is done by creating the best possible experience, thinking of the long-term relationship from the moment the customer decides to put their trust in Summit services. And that can begin at MRO Europe, in the VIP Club Lounge. l


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“Very well organised amazed at the ease of handling the overwelming crowd on the first day of the event.”

Rajesh Jajodia, Regional Sales Manager – SEA, Shell Aviation

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“Busy show, quality exhibitors and visitors, excellent organisation.”
“It was great to join together with industry representatives to learn more about the challenges we are facing to future proof aviation.”
Janine Hornsby, Marketing Manager, Marshall
“Having the aeronautics business clusters reunited in one single event is valuable and a rich experience.”
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“This was a great event to meet our existing partners and find prospects of future partnerships.”
Abaidullah Anjum, Manager, Integrated Aviation Solutions IAS
“A lot of attendees, high quality contacts – MROE has become a must in our industry.”
Alain Poupin, Vice-President EMEA, NORDAM

“Meeting in-person existing contacts all together in the same place. Capturing new contacts never met before.”

Antonio Di Lieto, SVP Business Development, Aviointeriors SpA

“This exhibition is the most targeted, informative and well attended show of its kind.”

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Growth and decarbonisation

In 2022, passenger numbers are expected to reach 83% of prepandemic levels. As the industry continues to recover, that means more aircraft will be fuelled and, for us, the priority is keeping them flying safely and efficiently by providing high-performance lubricants.

On the lubricants side of our business, we are investing in strengthening our supply chain with a new grease manufacturing plant and expanding our distribution network through partnerships in China, India and Latin America.


Dependable global supply is important but so too is lubricant performance. We are a supplier with high-quality products for all aviation customers, from private pilots to MROs and airlines. All products must meet minimum specifications, but not all approved products are the same.

Let us take AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 as an example. Operating temperatures have soared, but some airlines are still using standard performance (STD) turbine oils. This means accepting coking, which may occasionally lead to expensive flight cancellations. High thermal stability (HTS) oils offer less coking and while some do not perform well with seals, that is not true for all HTS oils.

In tests, a competitor’s HTS oil exhibited nearly twice the swelling rate of AeroShell Turbine Oil 560, which has the correct rates to create a stable, tight seal. Other tests

confirm AeroShell Turbine Oil 560’s low coking performance, and these results are backed by strip-down and borescope inspections.

Low coking means better reliability and lower maintenance costs, and good seal performance helps to reduce leaking; one customer reported a 10–15% reduction in oil consumption after switching to AeroShell Turbine Oil 560.

This proven performance has led to AeroShell Turbine Oil 560 being the only HTS oil approved for CFM56 engines and not listed as causing seal issues. It is also the only HTS oil approved for use in Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 engines. A customer

using the oil in a PT6A-67P-powered Pilatus PC12-47 (NG) aircraft extended the time between overhaul from 3,000 to 5,000 hours, saving the airline $56 per engine flying hour.

We have also been investing in grease approvals. To avoid incompatibility issues, we created AeroShell Grease 58 for wheel bearings, built on the same lithiumcomplex technology as AeroShell Greases 33 and 64. AeroShell Grease 58 also helps to extend bearing and grease life compared with MILPRF-81322 specification greases. In addition to financial savings, reducing oil consumption and extending grease life have modest emissions reduction benefits.


At Shell, our target is to become a netzero emissions energy business by 2050. We are working closely with new and existing customers and others to reduce carbon emissions, sector by sector. However, this is particularly challenging in sectors like aviation, where emissions reduction is hard to achieve.

“MRO [Europe] is a brilliant event for us because after two years of virtual work due to COVID, we are finally back and in front of our partners here.”

In 2021, IATA reported record SAF production but still amounting to just 0.04% of global aviation fuel production. At Shell, we aim to have at least 10% of our global aviation fuel sales as SAF by 2030. To achieve this, we are building our SAF production capacity, investing in promising technologies to accelerate new production pathways, and collaborating with customers and partners to


A number 5 bearing housing from a CFM56 7B after 23,000 hours and 9,000 cycles since its last overhaul, showing that coking need not be accepted as normal

increase SAF supply and demand. For example, we are building one of Europe’s largest biofuels facilities at our Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Rotterdam with an 820,000-tonnes-a-year production

capacity expected from 2024.

One of our priorities is collaboration across the value chain to unlock demand. In August 2022, Shell signed a landmark memorandum of understanding with Lufthansa over a potential purchase agreement which could deliver up to 1.8 million tonnes of SAF over seven years, starting in 2024.

Business travel is uniquely positioned to play a role in scaling SAF demand. This is why we have teamed up with Accenture, American Express Global Business Travel and Energy Web Foundation to launch Avelia, one of the world’s first blockchain-powered SAF book-andclaim platforms. This solution would give corporations the ability to buy SAF and receive its environmental benefits regardless of their geographic location.


The next 30 years, towards 2050, will see aviation grow while substantially reducing carbon emissions, and Shell Aviation is already offering decarbonisation solutions for airlines and MROs. For more than a century, we have delivered in a spirit of collaboration, innovation and problem solving, from helping to develop the jet engine to advancing lubricant technologies to developing new digital SAF book-and-claim solutions. We aim to be the partner of choice as growth returns and customers act on their decarbonisation ambitions. l

Shell is investing in scaling SAF production and in 2021 created kerosene from water, captured carbon and renewable energy for a the world’s first flight to be partially fuelled by synthetic SAF

Bridging the gap

Thanks to a broader MRO service, Moog has become a total solutions provider

Moog’s Aircraft sector has been designing, manufacturing and integrating precision motion control products and systems for commercial aircraft for more than 70 years. In that time, Moog has established a reputation for delivering innovative solutions for the most challenging motion control applications, including flight, engine and auxiliary controls. As a result, Moog has become a key supplier to the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers, including Boeing, Airbus and Lockheed Martin. Its hardware is positioned on virtually every platform in the marketplace While partnerships with airframers have long been its history, Moog’s focus is very much on the airline customers who require enhanced operational support from its program suppliers and

OEMs. The airlines today are facing challenges with manpower shortages and supply chain issues impeding their ability to make essential aircraft operational decisions efficiently and effectively. Airline companies, particularly larger operators, find it challenging to navigate all the product complexities on their aircraft, limiting their ability to problem-solve, troubleshoot and proactively manage after-market demands.

To support airline companies, Moog has transitioned to a total solutions provider role for its airline customers with a broader MRO service. Through this service, Moog can help bridge the gap by acting as a critical link between its airline customer and the suppliers/OEMs, and adding additional services to its ‘Moog Total Support’ program (MTS).

Moog has started developing further

“MRO Europe is really about networking with our customers and partners and also spending quality time talking about future opportunities.”
Pete Evans, Director Global Sales & Business Development, Moog

Moog is a key supplier to the world’s leading manufacturers

MRO capabilities internally and with its partners to provide enhanced services that the airline industry is demanding. Its focus goes beyond flight control expertise into other motion and fluid

control components. Moog aims to specialize in several ATA chapters, thus providing a niche product support solution for customers.

With its OEM expertise and market

influence, Moog’s new product support solution goes beyond the typical integrated service offering. It now provides a one-stop solution for airframe and engine components that includes flight hour agreements, rotable pooling, component exchanges and repair management services across multiple ATA chapters. The demand for this type of service has grown and Moog is uniquely positioned to understand and support its customers’ needs.

Moog’s culture and commitment to exceeding its customers’ expectations results in innovative solutions to customer problems delivered by a trustworthy and dedicated organization. Please reach out to discuss how Moog can solve your commercial after-market service challenges. l


Connecting East to West

Agateway between East and West, Georgia is a politically stable investment destination with sound macroeconomic environment, backed by prudent fiscal, monetary and financial policies with low and fair taxation for business including aerospace investors with maintenance, repair and overhaul activities.

Georgia has developed a feasibility study for an MRO project in the country. With a market of 5,395 aircraft that can be sought for MRO facilities in Georgia the feasibility study has shown positive results. A four bay, 9,000 square meter hangar, will need an investment of $32 million to be constructed. It is designed for four narrowbody aircraft to be maintained at the same time. The aim is to take 3% of this 5,395 aircraft market share and serve 162 aircraft from Europe and the Middle East. In accordance with the feasibility study, the payback period for the project is eight years and the IRR stands at 12%. Invest In Georgia plays the role of moderator between foreign investors and the Government of Georgia, ensuring that the investor gets different types of updated information and has a means of effective communication with the Government bodies.

Georgia has an Association Agreement with the European Union, establishing a long-term foundation for EU-Georgia’s political association and economic integration. Georgia and the European Community signed a Common Aviation Area Agreement on 2 December 2010.

This agreement provides a modern framework and high standards for a wide range of aviation issues, such as passenger rights, air traffic management, economic regulation, competition issues or social aspects. Today, Georgia has a young, skilled and competitively priced

labor force and easy access to materials. It also has centres for customized training which can provide short-term courses per an investor’s request.

In aerospace relevant materials, Georgia is rich in deposits of copper, manganese and lead ore. In addition, some other raw materials such as plastic, steal, aluminium, nickel and lithium are available in neighboring countries with which Georgia has 0% import tax.

With access to markets totalling 2.3 billion people and no Customs Duties, Georgia has a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) with EU.

Georgia provides the shortest transit route between Western Europe and Central Asia. Transit networks running through Georgia can bring goods from China to Europe in 10-15 days instead of 45 days along traditional routes.

For its geographical position, access to markets, highly trained cost competitive labour force, attractive business policies and taxation, Georgia is a desirable place to locate aviation businesses and Invest In Georgia is here to help you make the most of this business friendly country. l

l For further information contact David Tavlalashvili, Head of Investment Department at

Georgia has a wealth of investment and development opportunities for those looking to open new markets
“We are trying to use all the avenues available. We believe that before the next show, we’ll have specific investors. We will be glad to attend the next MRO Europe as well.”
Mikheil Khidureli, CEO, Invest in Georgia
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ABC International


Able Aerospace Services

ACLAS Technics Limited


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Adams Aviation Supply Co Ltd

ADDEV Materials Aerospace

Additive Flight Solutions Pte Ltd


AerCap Materials

AerCap Materials is the premier global distributor of airframe and engine material from leading commercial aircraft and engine manufacturers. Founded in 1971 as The Memphis Group and brought into the AerCap family in 2021, we pride ourselves in delivering quality products and services to meet the needs of our customers. With over five decades of experience and an array of trusted and innovative solutions, ranging from spares distribution to component financing, AerCap Materials has the experience, expertise and solutions tailored to meet your supply chain requirements, around the clock and around the world.


AerFin Limited

AerFin Ltd is a leading specialist in aircraft and engine component support services and MRO solutions, with an extensive inventory holding supporting airlines and MRO customers worldwide with quality used serviceable inventory to reduce maintenance costs. With a particular focus on narrow-body and regional E-Jet aircraft, AerFin provides a portfolio of services under Power By the Hour (PBH) support packages for airlines, as well as engine and APU leasing and innovative material supply programs for MROs and operators alike. AerFin also provides engine disassembly and MRO services for CF34, CFM, and RR engines from its FAA/EASA approved facility in Caerphilly.


AerMach Ltd

Aermeccanica srl

Aero Accessories


Aero Controls, Inc.

Aero Engine Services

Aero Instruments & Avionics, Inc.

Aero Norway AS

AERO Specialties

Aero Technics

Aero-Hose, Corp.

Aeroco Group

Aeroform France

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AerSale, Inc.

A global aviation leader, AerSale supplies aftermarket commercial aircraft, engines, and OEM used serviceable material to passenger and cargo airlines, leasing organizations, government entities, multinational OEMs and independent MROs. The company offers flexible leases and finance opBtions for a wide range of aftermarket aircraft and engines, provides asset management services to owners of end-of-life aircraft and engines and maintains one of the world’s most comprehensive inventories of aircraft and engine components. AerSale maintains operations and offices in the United States, Europe, and Asia. AerSale’s quality certifications include FAA, EASA, CAAC, ISO 9001:2008, AS9100, ASA 100, and AFRA.

Aerospace Wales Forum Ltd

Aerospace Wales MRO Hub


Aerotest Limited

Aerotools Connection LLC

Aerotron Limited


AES Airplane-Equipment & Services GmbH


Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance is a major multi-product MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) provider. With a workforce of over 14,000, AFI KLM E&M offers comprehensive technical support for airlines, ranging from engineering and line maintenance to engines overhaul, aero structure and fan thrust reverser support, as well as the management, repair and supply of aircraft components, structured around a powerful logistics network. AFI KLM E&M supports almost 2,800 aircraft operated by 200 major international and domestic airlines.


AIIR Innovations

Air Atlanta Aviaservices

Air Cost Control


Airbourne Colours Ltd

AIRBUS Services

Aircraft Component Repair, Inc. (ACR)

Aircraft Lighting International

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Airspace BV

Airspace was founded in 2016 and has grown to be the leading global delivery network for time-critical logistics. The company was recently named to the 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 list and is increasing investment in Europe to establish and maintain the best logistics framework the region has ever seen. Airspace makes shipping faster, safer, and more transparent than ever through people, service, and technology. From realtime data-driven notifications to tracking over 16,000 touch points within a shipment, Airspace surfaces more information than any other provider, increasing the velocity and transparency of the supply chain. To learn more about Airspace, please visit


AJW Group

AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings

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Ambry Hill MRO & Logistics

Software Solutions

American Hofmann Corporation


AMP Aero Services

AMS Decision Pte Ltd

Amsafe Bridport Ltd


ANH Structure AOG-247 Limited

AMAC Aerospace Switzerland AG

The founders created AMAC Aerospace AG in 2007 to serve the corporate and VIP/VVIP demand. Today we are represented as a ‘Group of Companies’ that span the width of Europe (AMAC Aerospace Switzerland AG, Basel, Switzerland/AMAC Corporate Jet in Zurich, Switzerland/ JCB Aero in Auch, France/ Gamit Limited in Stansted, UK) have presence in Turkey (AMAC Aerospace Istanbul and Bodrum) and Lebanon. We operate a network of eight (8) hangars for mid-size jets, narrow and wide-body jets and


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Atlantic Aviation Group Ltd Ireland


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AvGen Aerospace Services

Eaton’s OEM strength is your aftermarket advantage

Eaton’s capabilities as an original equipment manufacturer allow us to provide an advanced level of aftermarket support to keep airplanes flying safely and reliably. In addition to designing and manufacturing innovative products, we write repair manuals, develop repair procedures, create customized repair solutions, and offer a variety of products and services that maximize value for aftermarket customers. We also back up our work with warranties and personalized support.

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are dedicated to Maintenance complex design, modifications activities and Completion works that cover a footprint of over 100,000m². AMAC has 1,000 employees in specialized domains of aviation, we aim to offer a one-stop shop for all your inquiries.

Avia Prime Group

Avia Prime, as one of the Europe’s leading MRO, consists of Linetech, Adria Tehnika and JAT Tehnika. Avia Prime is an expert specialized in base and line aircraft maintenance, in compliance with requirements of EASA Part-145 and FAA 14 CFR 145. In four bases, fully fitted with the necessary tools and equipment and with up to 34 maintenance lines, Avia Prime maintains narrow-body and wide-body jets produced by: Airbus, Boeing, MHIRJ (Bombardier), Embraer and ATR. Along with complementary solutions, Avia Prime provides EASA Part-147 Training, Engineering, AOG, and CAMO support. With the trust of 100+ customers, convenient geographical locations, competitive ground time and qualified staff, Avia Prime has a very strong position in the European market.

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Aviatechnik Corporation

Aviation Logistics Network

Aviation Network Group

Aviation Parts and Services

Aviocom B.V.


Aviotek Instuments & Accessories Inc

Aviation Week Network

Aviation Week Network provides business-critical information, predictive intelligence and connections with opportunities and people. We deliver award-winning journalism, deep data and analytics, world-class conferences and events, and content-driven marketing services. Our unmatched capabilities deliver solutions to help you make informed decisions to succeed.


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BB&H Worldwide Ltd

BAE Systems Baines Simmons

Barnes Aerospace/Windsor Airmotive Division

BASF Corporation Bauer

BCT Aviation Maintenance LTD

Bearing Inspection, Inc. Aero Services by Timken

Belgraver Aircraft Interiors

Bill Thomas Associates, Inc.

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Bridgestone Aircraft Tire Europe s.a. Bro Tathan

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Ceva Logistics

CFM International SA

Created in 1974, CFM International (CFM) is a 50/50 joint company between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines and the world’s leading supplier of commercial transport aircraft engines and the best example of a successful international joint venture in aviation. Since the first engine was delivered in 1982, CFM has delivered nearly 40,000 engines to 600 operators worldwide. CFM currently produces the advanced LEAP engine family to power the Airbus A320neo, the Boeing 737 MAX, and the COMAC C919.

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For over 70 years, Chromalloy has engineered solutions that extend the life of gas turbine engines. Our solutions support aviation, transportation, large-scale industry, resource extraction, energy generation, and military missions around the world. Chromalloy is the only independent company in the world with the ability to cast, coat, and machine a part completely in-house, manufacturing even the most complex parts to spec – and engineering ways to make them better – in our advanced facilities. The turbines that keep the world turning are our sole area of expertise - an area where our significant investments in technology have resulted in advancements for the industry at large.

Cima Aviation

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Cobham Aerospace Communications

Collins Aerospace

Collins Aerospace is a leader in technologically advanced, intelligent solutions that help to redefine the aerospace and defense industry. We dedicate our capabilities, comprehensive portfolio, and expertise to solving customers’ toughest challenges and meeting the demands of the global market. The company employs more than 68,000 people in more than 300 locations worldwide.

Component Control MRO & Logistics

Software Solutions

Component Overhaul Services

Composites Distribution

Control Towers International

ConvAirT, LLC


Coway Engineering & Marketing PTE LTD

Crane Aerospace & Electronics

CTG (Crestwood Technology Group)

Cunningham Covers

Custers Hydraulica B.V

CW Aero Services Pte Ltd

Czech Airlines Technics

DDansoft Aviation Services Ltd & Dansoft

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DC Aviation GmbH


DB Schenker industry-solutions/aerospac

De Havilland Canada


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DIEHL Aviation Donecle

Dublin Aerospace Ducommun Inc.


At Eaton, our job is creating the world’s best aerospace products and technologies for commercial, military and business aircraft. As a leading supplier of products and technologies for hydraulic, fuel, oxygen, air conveyance, electrical, motion control and engine solutions, we extend that same commitment to our aftermarket customers by providing high-quality maintenance, repair and overhaul services as well as used serviceable material for sale, to optimize aircraft performance and lifecycle cost management. We back up our highly reliable components with responsive customer service, on-time delivery and certified repair services. For our aftermarket customers, that means fewer removals, longer time on wing and lower maintenance costs.

ECA GROUP ecube edataconsulting Eirtech Aviation Services

EirTrade Aviation Ireland Limited Eko Green Industrial EL AL Israel Airlines, EL AL Tech

Elbe Flugzeugwerke Gmbh

EFW, the joint venture between ST Engineering and Airbus combines various aviation and technology activities under a single roof: development and manufacturing of composite components for aircraft structures and interiors, the conversion of passenger aircraft into freighter configuration, MRO services on all Airbus aircraft as well as engineering expertise in the context of certification and approval. Being experienced in aviation for several decades, EFW looks back on an impressive track-record of more than five million produced composite components, more than 200 freighter conversions and numerous maintenance events on commercial and military aircraft.

ELMS Aviation

Embraer S.A.

Embraer delivers the industry’s best service and support to customers. The TechCare platform is designed to deliver a comprehensive portfolio of innovative and competitive solutions focused on improving operational efficiency, extending aircraft service life and maximizing the Embraer fleet’s fullest potential. With more than 2,500 staff, Embraer’s proven global services and support organization consists of an award-winning network of 87 owned and authorized service centers, complemented by two 24/7 Contact Centers at its headquarters, in Brazil. This team supports 1,700 customers, who operate a fleet of more than 5,600 aircraft. Over US$ 1 billion in spare assets are strategically distributed among 24 warehouses across five continents.

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Equip’Aero Services

EVIDENT Europe GmbH – Olympus


Expedite OBC

Etihad Engineering

Etihad Engineering is the largest commercial aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services provider in the Middle East. Etihad Engineering is part of Etihad Aviation Group, and offers airframe maintenance (line, light and heavy), component repair and overhaul services as well as technical training. The company is well known for fleetwide rebranding including new livery, cabin reconfiguration, connectivity and inflight entertainment (IFE) for Etihad Airways and other leading airlines from around the world.

FFACC Aftermarket Services


FCS Finland Oy



FL Technics

Flight Power Repair Group, LLC.



Frank Brown

Frasers Aerospace

French Pavilion

Future Metals

Fokker Services

GGandhi Automations Pvt Ltd


GE Aviation


Genesis Aviation Inc.

Gerald Simmons Healthcare


Gill Corporation, The

Gandhi Automations Pvt Ltd


GE Aviation


Genesis Aviation Inc.

Gerald Simmons Healthcare


Gill Corporation, The

Aviation aftermarket businesses Fokker Services and Fokker Techniek, together known as Fokker Services Group, deliver innovative solutions from five facilities in Europe, Asia and the USA. Fokker Services provides tailored solutions for various aircraft platforms. This includes Component & Material Services such as nose-to-tail programs, component MRO and spares, Aircraft MRO, and Modifications & Engineering Services in commercial and defense markets. Fokker Techniek specializes in Aircraft Completion & Conversion Services for VIP and Special Mission aircraft. It provides Aircraft MRO for aircraft including narrow-body and wide-body lease transitions, with parts manufacturing, component MRO, modifications, and aircraft painting capabilities.

GA Telesis, LLC

GA Telesis is the leading provider of integrated services in the commercial aviation industry. Through the GA Telesis Ecosystem™, the company is distinctly positioned, across six continents, to leverage its resources to create innovative solutions for its customers. Consisting of global operations encompassing leasing/financing, component solutions, and MRO Services business units for landing gear,component/composite, and turbine engine repair, as well as digital solutions, the GA Telesis Ecosystem™ provides an unparalleled resource to airlines. The company’s core business is its mission to ensure “Customer Success,” built from a reputation for unsurpassed excellence and integrity.


Global Aerospace Corporation

Global Aviation Co.

Global Engine Maintenance


Goodyear Aviation Tires

GSE Tool Support

GT Engine Services Ltd


GKN Aerospace Services Limited

GKN Aerospace is the world’s leading multi-technology tier 1 aerospace supplier. As a global company serving the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers, GKN Aerospace develops, builds and supplies an extensive range of advanced aerospace systems, components and technologies – for use in aircraft ranging from helicopters to business and military jets. Lightweight composites, additive manufacturing, innovative engine systems and smart transparencies help to reduce emissions and weight on the aircraft and enhance passenger comfort. GKN Aerospace is market leading in aerostructures, engine systems, transparencies and wiring systems and operates in 13 countries at 41 manufacturing locations employing approximately 15,000 people.


HEICO Aerospace Corporation is a successful and growing technology-driven aerospace, industrial, defense and electronics company. HEICO provides customers with innovative and cost-saving products and services. HEICO’s products are found on large commercial, regional, business and military aircraft, along with a large variety of industrial turbines, targeting systems, missiles and electro-optical devices. HEICO Parts Group (HPG) is the largest independent supplier of FAA-PMA approved engine and component parts. HEICO Repair Group (HRG) supplies flightcritical repair and overhaul services. HEICO Distribution Group (HDG) is a leading provider of FAA approved component parts, and a leader in distribution for OEM replacement parts.

New Actuation Components & Services

VSE Aviation now offers spare parts sales on Door Actuations such as Cargo, Landing Gear, Cowl and Power Pack Assemblies. We also carry Ch. 32 components including Landing Gear Retraction Actuators, B787 Landing Gear Hydraulics and Wheel & Brake Actuation. The Actuation is fitted to multiple aircraft types within ATA Chapters 27, 32, 52 and 78. Visit us during MRO Europe at booth 1531.

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Hallgruppen AS

Hayward & Green Aviation Ltd

Heamar Company Limited

Heamar Company Limited

HEATCON Composite Systems

HEICO Aircraft Maintenance

Henchman Tool Control

HLC Aviation GmbH

Honeywell International


HYDRO Systems KG


IAG Engine Center USA/Europe

IAI Aviation Group


IFE Products: LED Upgrades & IFE

Repair Services

IFPL Group

ILS - Inventory Locator Service, LLC


Infinity Air – Allflight Corp.

INFLITE MRO Services Ltd

Ingelbeen Soete BV/Aviolubes


International Aerospace Coatings/ Eirtech Aviation Services

Iberia Maintenance

Iberia Maintenance delivers premium MRO services for 320s ceo/neo, 330 & line services for A350. All operators can benefit from our component repair and overhaul expertise covering a wide service spectrum of all kind of components assembled in these fleets. Iberia Maintenance offers engine process on CFM56-5B/-7B, V2500 & RB211535E4, but also power generation systems, associated accessories and thrust reversers.

International Aircraft Associates, Inc. Invest in Georgia

Ipeco Holdings Ltd


ITT Aerospace Controls

JJ. B Roche

Jacaero Industries LLC

Jamaica Bearings Company

Jet Aircraft Services


Jet Parts Engineering

Jetwash Aircraft Cleaning Ltd

Jewers Doors Ltd.

Job Air Technic a.s.


Our engine shop is specialized in V2500 and CFM56 engines while innovates to stay at the forefront of technology. Efficiency and quality are our objectives in all processes. We employ integrated management systems to ensure the optimization of our services by including Lean, critical chain projects and continuous improvement programs.

Jordan Airmotive JVaeroservices

KKBG Contract Machining Pte Ltd KEEPFLYING

Kellstrom Aerospace Group

For over 40 years, Kellstrom Aerospace has been providing industryleading aftermarket services supporting aircraft owners, operators, and MROs with cost saving solutions or value-added services at each phase of the aircraft’s lifecycle. Customers can maximize time on wing, reduce maintenance costs, and receive optimum end- of-life solutions for assets through our diverse portfolio of services, including technical services, sunset fleet solutions, OEM parts distribution, quality aftermarket parts, repair management, records management, and aircraft / engine leasing and trading.

KG Aircraft Rotables

Killick Aerospace Ltd

KNSI Aviation Engineering Ltd

Kuehne+Nagel and Sterling Aviation Logistics


Langa Industrial S.A.

Larchfield Aerospace & Graphics

Latitude Aero

Laversab Inc.

LEACH International Europe S.A.S.

Leki Aviation/Leki Tech

LGM Aviation Ltd

Liebherr Aerospace & Transportation

Lift Aerospace/Lift MRO

Lockheed Martin Commercial Engine Solutions

LOT Aircraft Maintenance Services Ltd

Lufthansa Technik

Lufthansa Technik is the world’s leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for commercial aircraft. In addition, the company offers services for military and special mission aircraft. Currently, Lufthansa Technik’s approximately 22,000 employees at more than 30 locations worldwide service more than 4,200 aircraft belonging to over 800 customers, including airlines, aircraft leasing companies and operators of VIP jets, as well as manufacturers. The extensive range of services includes engine and component services, aircraft maintenance and overhaul, digital products, aircraft modifications and completions, as well as engineering services, logistics and training.

MMAAS Aviation

Magellan Aviation Group


Maltacourt Global Logistics

Mankiewicz Coatings

Materialise NV

One-stop shop for comprehensive MRO solutions

Airlines from around the world rely on us for a comprehensive range of aircraft maintenance solutions, from base maintenance to major modifications, connectivity and more, for most commercial aircraft types including the A350, the B787 Dreamliner and the A380.

We serve a wide range of customers from the world’s leading flag carrier airlines to low-cost carriers as well as OEMs and lease operators, with a capacity of up to 20 lines.

Our dedicated Customer Focus Team is committed to adding value to your airline business with customised solutions, ensuring complete customer satisfaction from the start of every project to timely delivery and beyond.

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Magnetic MR

MAGNETIC GROUP keeps the aviation business running with its suite of products for airlines, MROs, manufacturers and asset owners, and its business is divided into four distinctive sectors: MAGNETIC CREATIVE provides design and manufacturing services, both aircraft interior and exterior parts. MAGNETIC ASSETS provides aircraft with engines, landing gears leasing, engine transportation stands and spare parts and components solutions. MAGNETIC MAINTENANCE provides aircraftline maintenance, base maintenance and aircraft engine maintenance repair and management. MAGNETIC TALENTS sector offers a full range of engineering and CAMO services and various industry-related EASA Part-147 training.

MB Aerospace

MB Aerospace provides world class performance on complex aero-engine and industrial gas turbine piece part repairs from its repair facilities located throughout the world. Supporting OEMs, MROs and part repair facilities with the capabilities we have acquired over the years that leverage our engineering history, knowledge, quality and our people, we offer OEM approved solutions on stators, seals, rings, segments, shrouds, frames and engine cases. MB Aerospace holds major airworthiness approvals from FAA, EASA and CAAC amongst others, in addition to industry leading AS 9100 and NADCAP approvals. MB Aerospace provides repairs across a wide range of commercial, military and ADGT platforms, including CFM56, V2500, PW4000 and PT6.

MBR Aerospace Hub - Dubai South

Med-Craft, Inc.


Midwest Aero Support, Inc. Moog Inc.

Morgan Ward NDT Ltd MSA

MTI Aviation, Inc.


MTU Maintenance

Customized solutions for aero engines. Fleet planning is highly dynamic at this time and MTU Maintenance, the global market leader in customized solutions, is supporting its customers and partners with engine MRO strategies to maximize the use of existing assets and avoid unnecessary spend. Our wide range of service solutions encompasses all aspects of engine MRO, asset management and leasing. With over 30 engines in our portfolio, MTU Maintenance has performed more than 20,000 shop visits in over 40 years. We combine this engineering expertise with in depth market understanding, network flexibility and robust financial strength to create the best solutions for our customers - always.

NNational Aero Stands BV

Navhouse Corporation

Netherlands Pavilion (NAG)

NewGenAerospace Corporation


North Bay Aviation

North Carolina


OOakenhurst Aircraft Services Ltd

Innovation Delivered

With over 70 years of experience, Chromalloy’s engineering expertise can deliver solutions that make a measurable difference in the life and economics of your engine. Our innovative repairs and solutions increase the yield of critical engine parts, so you have fewer parts to replace and realize savings on each shop visit.

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Aero Engine Solutions: LifeX ® Parts | Repairs | Engine Management | Whole Assets | Serviceable Material


OC Robotics

Ocean Air, Inc.

OEM Services & Thales

Oklahoma “MRO Capital of the World”


Operational Aviation Solutions GmbH


Otonomy Aviation

Otto Instrument Service

Overhaul Accessory, Inc.


PPacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance

Pacific Aero Tech LLC

Panasonic Avionics Corporation

Parker Aerospace

Pem-Air Turbine Engine Services

Pentagon 2000 Software, Inc.

Perform Air International

Piedmont Propulsion Systems, LLC

Pioneer Aero Supply

Plane Tech AD

Pole Air Aviation

PPG Aerospace

PartsBase, Inc

Patria Services & Support is Meggitt’s dedicated aftermarket organisation. Operating from three regional hubs in Europe, APAC and the Americas, our organisation has been specially designed to make it easier for you to do business with us. Offering nose to tail solutions, all our systems and components are supported by OE technology and support. Each of our global locations offers a comprehensive range of MRO capabilities and spares distribution. Using our SMARTSupport value proposition we give you the opportunity to customise the level of care you require, from predictive maintenance costing to material scoping, we have a package that’s right for you. Please visit our stand to find out more, booth 1839.

PDQ Airspares Ltd. Part of the FDH group and headquartered in the UK with offices throughout Europe and Asia, PDQ Airspares is the leading Total Consumable Solution provider to the Airline Industry in the Aftermarket Supply of Consumables and Expendables. Our Next Generation ConsumableCare support packages offer tailored programs guaranteed to generate significant savings in Time and Operational costs as well as helping companies to recoup losses on surplus inventory. Aerospheres is a world-class distributor of chemicals, paints, adhesives, sealants, composites and general consumables for the aviation and commercial airline MRO. Whether routine maintenance or to support AOG, we have over 14,000 products available online serving over 800 customers globally.

Precision Aero Technology

Prime Aerospace Pte Ltd

Prince & Izant Company / NUTEC Profen

Parker Meggitt


Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney, a division of Raytheon Technologies Corporation (NYSE: RTX), is a world leader in design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units. Committed to powering sustainable aviation, Pratt & Whitney is focused on advancing smarter propulsion technologies such as our GTF™ engine,enabling a transition toward cleaner fuels, and implementing greener and more efficient manufacturing and MRO operations. Pratt & Whitney EngineWise® solutions represent our commitment to optimizing engine performance. Tailorable to address customers’ evolving business needs, Pratt & Whitney’s portfolio of smart, straight-forward solutions helps passenger and cargo operators get the most from their engines.

Professional Aircraft Accessories


Proptech Aero Ltd Pt21 Solutions


QQOCO Systems Ltd

Qualitair Aviation Group

RR&R Consulting

Ramco Systems Corp


Red Box Tools

REDiFly eTechlog

Regent Aerospace Corporation


Regional Airline Support Group

Reheat Aero Ltd

Repairtech International, Inc.

Revima Group

RexAdvance Technology Pte Ltd

Rexnord Aerospace

Rheinland Air Service GmbH

Rhinestahl CTS

Roeder Group



Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre

Rubb Buildings Ltd

SSabena Aerospace Engineering

Sabena technics

SAMCO Aircraft Maintenance

Satair, an Airbus services company








Saywell International

Schaeffler Aerospace


Seal Dynamics LLC

Setna iO

Shannon Group

Shell Aviation

SIA Engineering Company


Silmid Limited


SK Aerosafety Group



Skysmart MRO Ltd

Skyways Technics A/S

Smiths Advanced Metals


SPECTO Aerospace bv

Spectrum Technologies Ltd

ST Engineering Aerospace Solutions A/S


Sterling Global Aviation Logistics

STG Aerospace

STS Aviation Group

Summit Aerospace


Sunvair Aerospace Group

Spirit AeroSystems Aftermarket Solutions

Spirit AeroSystems specialises in complex composite and metallic aerostructures. Our services are supported by aircraft design, manufacturing and engineering teams. We offer a broad portfolio of MRO services (repair, overhaul, modifications, on-site inspection, parts supply, exchange, lease and repair management) on nacelles, radomes, flight control surfaces, and composite structures for Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, De Havilland Aircraft, Embraer, Gulfstream and MHI RJ aircraft. With sites in North America, Europe, Africa and joint ventures / approved MRO Centres in Asia, we offer cost-conscious solutions backed by OEM quality systems. As your repair partner our teams are ready to keep you flying.

SR Technics Switzerland Ltd

The SR Technics Group is a world-leading MRO service provider in the civil aviation industry headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. Working with an extensive network of partners and business development offices in Europe, America, Asia,and the Middle East. We offer comprehensive, fully customized solutions for the Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul of aircraft engines, airframe, and components including impeccable technical support to over 500 customers worldwide. To start your MRO journey, visit



StandardAero is one of the world’s largest independent providers of services including engine and airframe maintenance, repair and overhaul, engine component repair, engineering services, interior completions and paint applications. StandardAero serves a diverse array of customers in business and general aviation, airline, military, helicopter, components and energy markets.

TT.T. Repairs

TAG Aero

TAP Maintenance & Engineering


TAT Technologies



Testek Solutions

TESTIA, an Airbus company


The Sempre Group

Tool Raptors/ Teng Tools

Total Technic Ltd.

TP Aerospace

TRELLEBORG AEROSPACE yourindustry/aerospace

True Blue Power


Tungsram Aero Space Power Kft

Turbine Controls

Turbomecanica SA


Turner Aviation

TW Metals Ltd




Unical Aviation Inc.



VAS Aero Seervices

Viavi Solutions

Video Refurbishing Services (VRS)

Volo Aero MRO

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provides a full range of integrated solution for aircraft manufactures around the globe by partnering with them to produce crucial components, systems and subsystems as well as providing MRO solutions for commercial, regional, and military operators. TRIUMPH’s extensive product and service offerings include full postdelivery value chain services that simplify the MRO supply chain. Triumph’s aftermarket capabilities include repair of aircraft structures, accessories, pneumatics, hydraulics, CSDs, IDGs, high lift systems, thrust reversers, wheels and brakes, heat transfer, landing gear actuation and many other key accessories and components.

VSE Aviation

VSE Aviation, including the former 1st Choice Aerospace, provides a global distribution network of OEM avionics, engine parts & accessories, actuation components as well as MRO services on engines, components, accessories and related items. We are an authorized distributor representing some of the most recognized OEMs in aviation, including Pratt & Whitney, Triumph, Honeywell, Eaton, Ontic, Norwich, Skurka, Champion and BendixKing. VSE Aviation Services’ FAA/EASA Part 145 Repair Stations support Commercial and Cargo aircraft with the servicing of high-flow/hightemp pneumatics, fuel, hydraulics, electrical & electronic accessories, crew seats, O2 and cargo systems. VSE also offers 737NG total support with customized material solutions.



Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze US

Washington State Dept of Commerce


WGI MRO Services

Wilhelm Layher GmbH & Co KG

Win MS

WISER Systems Woodward, Inc.

Willis Lease Finance Corporation

Willis Lease leases large and regional spare commercial aircraft engines, APUs and aircraft to airlines, aircraft engine manufacturers, and maintenance, repair and overhaul facilities worldwide. These leasing activities are integrated with engine and aircraft trading, and engine lease pools supported by cutting-edge technology. Its subsidiary, Willis Aeronautical Services, Inc., provides various end-of-life solutions for aircraft and engines. Asset management and technical services are provided through its subsidiary, Willis Asset Management Limited. Aircraft storage, disassembly, and line & base maintenance services are offered through its subsidiary, Willis Aviation Services Limited at its facility at Teesside International Airport (UK).

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