MRO Europe 2021 Show Review

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viation Week Network’s MRO Europe (#MROE), the largest gathering of the aviation maintenance community in Europe, returned LIVE and IN-PERSON to the RAI, Amsterdam, October 19-21. The conference and exhibition had nearly 7,000 registered industry professionals and hosted 329 solution and service providers and featured 43 industry leading speakers at the conference. Focused on commercial aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) and now in its 23rd year, MRO Europe gathers the entire industry to network with attendees representing airlines, OEMs, MROs, lessors, regulators and suppliers. Platinum Sponsors include HEICO, Lufthansa Technik, Pratt & Whitney and StandardAero. Aviation Week Network offers our sincere thanks to all who attended and helped make MRO Europe’s industry comeback so valuable to the airline and maintenance communities. We appreciate the time you spent with us and we look forward to seeing you at an upcoming event and to welcoming you back next year when MRO Europe returns to London, UK. Save the date: October 18-20, 2022.

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CONTENTS 8 News All the significant show announcements in one place

14 Conference Senior executives tell of their plans for recovery in the post-Covid world

17 Summary At a glance look at the 2021 show with all the key facts and figures

20 VIP Lounge Connections are everything and Summit Aerospace smoothed the way with its VIP Club Lounge

22 Highlights Feel the energy of the return to in-person events with pictures and comments from the show floor 4

26 Moog Moog has formed partnerships that have built on its world-class reputation

28 Component Control The ERP solution that is Quantum Control is for the new epoch of remote working

30 FL Technics Certified quality management systems are embedded within FL Technics

32 Go Live! The Go Live! Theater returned with more content, demos and expert speakers

34 Hangar pavilion Where to find the best in hangar and GSE service providers

36 Regional pavilions Gain easy insights into regions, their companies and services

38 Exhibitor Showcase Discover the first time exhibitors at the show

40 Listings Find all the exhibitors listed in one place


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Rolls-Royce Selects HAECO

HAECO Group Chief Commercial Officer Richard Kendall welcomes the good news

n Rolls-Royce PLC and HAECO Group, a global leader in aircraft engine maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), have announced that HAECO will become RollsRoyce’s principal provider of global on-wing and in-field services for large civil aeroengines. This will enable Rolls-Royce to further enhance its customer

experience by providing airlines with greater capacity and capability through HAECO’s global network. As part of this agreement, HAECO will expand its network into London and the Middle East, including the operation of a London Heathrow-based Service Centre, to provide round-theclock specialist maintenance and

support for aeroengines. Lee McConnellogue, RollsRoyce, Senior Vice President – Services Operations, Civil Aerospace, said: “We welcome this agreement with HAECO. It will allow us to provide our customers with greater on-wing services support across our global network at a time when many airlines are seeing their fleets return to more robust levels of activity. Partnerships such as these help us help our customers as they recover from the impact of Covid and continue to grow into the future.” Angus Barclay, HAECO Group Director Components & Engine Services, said: “This agreement builds upon the long-standing, close relationship between RollsRoyce and HAECO for engine MRO services. We look forward to supporting Rolls-Royce and their customers with our global onwing and in-field services.”

P&W Canada renews Revima deal n Revima, a leading independent APU and landing gear MRO specialist, is finalizing an agreement with Pratt & Whitney Canada to renew its authorized repair facility agreement on a worldwide basis for APS2300, APS3200, and APS5000 models. Revima will continue to support customers operating Pratt & Whitney Canada’s axial APUs, on three important aircraft applications: the APS2300 installed on Embraer 175/195, the APS3200 installed on Airbus A320 8

family, and the APS5000 installed on Boeing 787 Aircraft. Olivier Legrand, President and CEO of Revima Group said, “This renewed authorized facility repair agreement highlights the strong relationship between Pratt & Whitney Canada and Revima, which goes back to the early 1990s for APUs and even the 60s when we were repairing main engines. Along this agreement, we have in 2020 and 2021 further strengthened our long relationship with Pratt & Whitney with end-

of-life authorized repair facility agreements and have capability for virtually every APU model in their portfolio, from small APUs used in military and regional applications, to single aisle and large commercial APU applications such as the A320, B787, B747 and A380. We are extremely proud to support this very wide family of APU models and look forward to continue providing our expertise and high value solutions to customers around the globe.”

Honeywell and AJW Group are exclusive

FL Technics secures Meggitt deal

n Honeywell and AJW Group announce


An Airbus A321neo in Airbus livery takes off


worldwide sole distribution agreement AJW Group, a world-leading independent aircraft component parts, repair and supply chain solutions provider, and Honeywell, have announced a worldwide sole distributor agreement for the global sales of Air Data Inertial Reference Units (ADIRU) PN HG HG2030BE04 for Airbus A320, A330, A340 and A380. Under the terms of the agreement, AJW will distribute the new production build ADIRU, for all for Airbus A320, A330, A340 and A380 aircraft for all Initial Provisioning and purchasing requirements for operators and integrated service providers. The collaboration includes AJW holding distribution inventory at their global facilities to meet the needs of worldwide A320NEO family and A330NEO operators, complementing the extensive inventory of Airbus parts and maintenance, repair and overhaul services that allow AJW to deliver complete support solutions to customers. In addition, AJW Technique, AJW Group’s maintenance hub, authorised repair facility for multiple Honeywell products, is lining up for capability extension to offer complete support on the ADIRU. Conrad Vandersluis, SVP Strategic Material & Asset Management, AJW Group, comments: “We are proud to announce the distribution agreement with Honeywell, with whom we have a long-standing relationship. We look forward to bringing this latest ADIRU to market and offering our world-class service to the new operators of A320 family and A330 NEO aircraft.”

FL Technics had a significant exhibit at MRO Europe 2021

n Meggitt PLC, a leading international company specializing in high performance components for the aerospace industry and beyond, has signed a three-year, multimillion euro SMARTSupport contract with FL Technics to supply MRO (Maintenance Repair and Overhaul) services for sensors, valves, actuators, and fire extinguishers to operators across Eastern Europe and the CIS. FL Technics is a part of the Avia Solutions Group, a global aerospace service provider with a vast network of subsidiary companies, including Jet Maintenance Solutions, who will also be taking part in related projects, and this agreement significantly extends the cooperation potential between the two companies, Stewart Watson, President of Meggitt’s Services and Support division said, “This latest contract further strengthens our partnership with FL Technics and opens up new opportunities for us in the Eastern European and Russian regions.

We are also delighted to welcome Jet Maintenance Solutions to our family of customers and hope to continue to build on our relationship with the prestigious Avia Solutions group of companies over the coming years.” This new SMARTSupport contract is in addition to an existing agreement with FL Technics for the rest of Europe and extends Meggitt’s MRO service offering to better support the company’s growing customer base in Eastern Europe. Zilvinas Lapinskas, CEO of FL Technics, and a board member of directors at Avia Solutions Group, further emphasises, “The extension of the scope of our previous agreements demonstrates mutual trust and dedication towards our business relationship, that is now, safe to say, evolving into a full-scale partnership. I am confident this will bring extended range of opportunities in the nearterm and strengthen strategic cooperation.”



n Joramco, the Amman-based maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) provider and the engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with TAT Technologies Ltd regarding the servicing of aircraft Heat Transfer Components (HTC). Through this MOU with TAT, a global leader in thermal management solutions, Joramco expanded its world-class maintenance services to include HTC components. Under the MOU, a center of excellence will be established at Joramco’s Queen Alia International Airport facilities, through which TAT will provide MRO services including testing,

repairs and overhauls of HTC components via its subsidiary Limco. Fraser Currie, CEO of Joramco, said of the agreement, “We are pleased to announce this agreement with TAT, one of the industry’s largest and leading thermal management solutions provider. Joramco is always looking to grow capabilities in order to better meet our customers’ needs, building on our reputation as a trusted MRO service provider with world-class competences.” Igal Zamir, President and CEO of TAT Technologies Group, added, “We are pleased to partner with a leading MRO supplier in a fastgrowing region. This cooperation is part of our strategy to increase our


TAT MOU with Joramco

Joramco CEO Fraser Currie shakes hands with TAT Technologies CEO Igal Zamir

global presence, improve customer service and grow revenues.” TAT Technologies Group has more than 50 years of experience in the development and manufacture of innovative technologies, such as thermal, engine and actuation components, for a wide range of commercial and military aircraft.

Bamboo Airways buys Boeing 787 support n Continuing its rapid development despite the global crisis, the dynamic young Vietnamese operator has entrusted AFI KLM E&M with a support program for its GEnx engines, coupled with a first C check on its Dreamliners fleet. Both contracts came into effect in early October. A Bamboo Airways Boeing 787 has already undergone a C-Check at AFI KLM E&M’s Amsterdam base, followed by the removal of a first GEnx engine. The partners’ objective is to capitalize on these scheduled maintenance visits to optimize logistics and TATs during engine shop visits. This is a new mark of confidence in AFI KLM E&M from Bamboo Airways. The MRO has been accompanying the Vietnamese airline since its founding in 2018. At the end of 10

2020, Bamboo Airways joined the 787 Operators Community led by AFI KLM E&M and has since benefited from full components support for its fleet, including repairs, logistics, the provision of an advanced stock at its Hanoi base and access to spare parts pools located around the world. “We are pleased to continue to build on our trust-based relationship with Bamboo Airways,” said Ton Dortmans, EVP KLM Engineering & Maintenance. “Over the past months we have worked closely together to address the crisis and implement all necessary adapted solutions. Today, we are more than ever committed to helping Bamboo Airways prepare for the restart of international traffic in the best possible conditions, and to support its strong growth

ambitions in terms of fleet expansion and the opening of new routes, especially to Europe”. Nguyen Minh Khoa, Director of Leasing and Procurement at Bamboo Airways, commented: “As airline-MRO, the AFI KLM E&M teams in Amsterdam have been very responsive and attentive to our needs, both technically and in terms of preparing to welcome our teams and aircraft. The expertise of an MRO with a thorough knowledge of the 787 fleets is of great significance for Bamboo Airways to enhance the operational efficiency and superb services of outstanding quality, contributing to the commercial success of our expansive flight network from Vietnam to the most demanding aviation markets in the world.”


A virtual aircraft engines stand lease platform was announced by EngineStands24

n EngineStands24, a brand of Magnetic Group, has recently launched a new virtual aircraft engines stands lease platform which shortens the engine stand lease process and gives the opportunity to clients to search, reserve and lease engine stands as well as to secure their delivery in just a few clicks. The newly launched platform aims to provide customers with seamless engine stands lease process, with the ability to reserve engine stand for the future lease virtually with options to choose from available stands from various locations, also providing real-time data about the availability around various EngineStands24 hubs around the globe. The new website also has new functionalities for customers who signed General Terms Agreement with the company, providing simplified booking process. These modifications to the e-platform were created after the market research which pinpointed the most sought of

solutions from the customers. “We aimed to educate the industry about the importance of the well-managed engine stands pool and also to provide the innovative, time and cost-saving solutions for those in need to lease engine stands – and the updated e-platform in a world which is getting more and more digital was a natural strategic step,” said Daiva Zemaite, Head of EngineStands24. Since the pandemic, the company has experienced the growth in business as due to the global lockdowns and aircraft being grounded around the globe, the need for engine stands spiked. Responding to the increased demand, EngineStands24 has also updated their stand pool with stands for both narrow-and widebody aircraft engines. In addition, company has equipped its stands tracking system, allowing customers to track stand movement in real-time.

Lufthansa Technik renews easyJet base maintenance contract n Lufthansa Technik AG has renewed a substantial base maintenance contract with easyJet for more than 140 aircraft of the airline’s A320 family, which was initially signed back in 2016. This sucessful cooperation has now been extended by another five years. The base maintenance services will be performed at Lufthansa Technik’s facilities in Sofia, Bulgaria and additionally in Malta and Budapest, Hungary as required. Brendan McConnellogue, easyJet Director of Engineering, noted: “We have used Lufthansa Technik Maintenance across a number of their sites over the years and have always found them to be a reliable partner in support of our A320 family maintenance. The renewal of this contract ensures this working relationship continues and maintains easyJet’s high standards of technical reliability.” Marcus Motschenbacher, Vice President & CCO Aircraft Maintenance Services of Lufthansa Technik, commented: “We are honored to extend our partnership with easyJet as one of Europe’s leading airlines. The renewal of this contract proves that maintaining high quality of service standards over the term is of strategic importance.” Kai-Stefan Röpke, Vice President Corporate Sales EUMEA of Lufthansa Technik, added: “This is another significant pillar of our continued robust relationship with easyJet. Even in current difficult times we have been able to jointly manage challenges the Covid crisis has imposed on us and find viable solutions to continue our services for easyJet”. The extended overhaul services in Sofia under the new agreement have already started in October 2021. LUFTHANSA TECHNIC

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n Liebherr-Aerospace has signed agreements with two new airlines, expanding its existing cooperation with airBaltic, a Latvian carrier, and Swiss International Airlines, based in Zurich and Geneva. airBaltic offers numerous destinations throughout Europe, Scandinavia, Russia and the Middle East with a modern fleet of Airbus A220 aircraft. Swiss International Airlines connects Switzerland to Europe and to the rest of the world, operating a combination of Airbus A220, A320, A321 and other long- range aircraft. Both airlines will benefit from Liebherr-Aerospace’s set of predictive maintenance algorithms and other trend monitoring applications, combined with advanced

Air Montenegro pools with Embraer

technical support, bringing added value to the maintenance of their full-scope of Liebherr products: bleed, air management, landing gear and flight control system components. Working with airBaltic and Swiss is also a great opportunity for Liebherr-Aerospace to obtain feedback regarding market demands and expectations when it comes to health management. “By adopting our Analytics Solutions, the airlines will optimize their maintenance operations, benefitting fully from our OEM product know-how and MRO data”, points out Joël Cadaux, Director Business & Services – Customer Services at Liebherr-Aerospace & Transportation SAS.


n Joramco and Boysen GmbH have extended their spare parts supply agreement during MRO Europe as a continuation of the successful partnership between the two companies. 12



Liebherr expands airline numbers

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n Embraer announced at the MRO Europe that it has signed a Pool Program agreement with Air Montenegro to support a wide range of repairable components for the airline’s fleet of two E195s. Currently, Embraer’s Pool Program supports more than 50 airlines worldwide. Embraer provides support to airlines worldwide, with its technical expertise and its vast component services network. The results are significant savings in repair and inventory carrying costs and a reduction in warehousing space and resources required for repair management, while ultimately providing guaranteed performance levels. Embraer Services & Support’s portfolio offers a wide range of competitive solutions designed for every customer to support the growing fleet of Embraer aircraft worldwide and deliver the best aftersales experience in the global aerospace industry.

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Bouncing back? The “new” normal could have highs and lows as supply chains and labour issues dog management

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here are bottlenecks in terms of human resources and maintenance is labour intensive, HAECO Group chief commercial officer, Richard Kendall, told the Ramping Up and Ongoing Challenges session that kicked off the MRO Europe 2021 Conference. Despite Asia’s reputation as an economic juggernaut, Kendall saw that region as still looking down, with Hong Kong traffic down 94 per cent on 2019 levels. Air France-KLM engineering and maintenance executive vice president, Anne Brachet, said the key question was about the engines, is there going to be a big wave of engines or not? She added that for the long term, “we feel very comfortable”. Short-haul from an Air France-KLM perspective is doing better every day. “Each time constraints are replaced, we see a big increase in the bookings,” Brachet explained. But increases in bookings means more flights, and that ultimately means more maintenance. “While we haven’t laid anyone off, there has been attrition and attracting people back to MRO,” Kendall said, pointing out that having the resources for levels of maintenance activity seen in the past is a struggle. Virgin Atlantic engineering and maintenance vice president and engineering director, Phil Wardlaw. said: “We haven’t seen the worst of the supply chain issues. When we get into the engines, I think the supply chain will really matter.” Virgin has 70 per cent of its network across North America, and only 10 per

cent of its fleet has not been activated. Wardlaw explained that what helped was the reopening of the USA in November. “It gave us a chance to get our manpower back in and retrained, and any skills fade removed from the system,” he said. Skills and training are all important for the incoming workforce, and Brachet told the audience that the industry needed to demonstrate to young people that they should work in aviation. “We are working on digital tools to convince young people to come to our industry. There are still a lot of people leaving the industry,” she explained. AAR repair and engineering services senior vice president Brian Sartain admitted that his company had “a lot laid off and we have a very aged workforce of maintenance workers, and they took a package and never returned to the industry.” He added that a lot of workers were lured away from aviation. Despite AAR investing in the workforce it had left and reaching out for recruitment, it still saw a net decrease in staff. A solution to better training was an investment in augmented reality, “to become more efficient, but it’s also become an attraction,” Sartain explained. Yet still, AAR is short of people. While MRO firms struggle with labour and supply chain issues, the airlines want flexibility and cost reductions. Air FranceKLM’s Brachet explained that airlines needed an industry of flexibility for the future. Part of this is the uncertainty of the worldwide recovery so flexibility, and cost reductions, are key. Kendall saw a problem with people

costs not going down. Labour costs will continue to go up and material costs will continue to go up. “We’re seeing unprecedented wage pressure, it’s to do with those people who decided to retire during the pandemic and not come back. Wages have increased substantially,” Kendall said. He added that a lot of the firm’s airline partners are expecting HAECO to maintain a certain level of capacity because the airlines could need that capacity in the near term, but they do not want to contract for all that capacity right now. What the fleets will look like, as airlines whose activation levels are far below Virgin Atlantic’s, is another big unknown. Brachet asked the question, what will be the balance between new and old aircraft, and the answer she gave, and the other panel members agreed: “We are all 100 per cent sure we don’t know.” For Virgin Atlantic, it has Airbus A350 joining the fleet soon, but the airline, Wardlaw said, slowed some fleet renewal, but it will still certainly happen. Like so many airlines, when Covid struck, Virgin grounded its four-engine aircraft. The airlines’ fleets could be single-aisle heavy as Sartain pointed out that with Covid the planned narrowbody fleet divestitures did not happen. Kendall said that his firm is still retaining capability on “those old aircraft because they aren’t retiring soon”. Brachet said that very recently, Air France-KLM was “seeing signals that the airlines need their engines. We expect a big recovery.” n 15

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RO Europe closed out the 2021 MRO series with a bang! Returning to Amsterdam for a live show after a year of virtual content, the conference and exhibition gathered airlines, OEMs, MROs, suppliers and industry experts that covered the full spectrum of the airline maintenance market. Approximately two-thirds of attendees serve at the vice president, director or manager level with more than half representing a “buy/approve” influence. The conference agenda, running alongside the exhibition, featured exciting content that covered the topics from sustainability, to post-pandemic recovery strategies to workforce to retirements with a healthy dose of leasing, engines and OEM outlooks.

“The event was a success, met many new and old faces, appreciate all the hard work and time put into the event!” Robert Blum Director of AOG/Line Material, National Airlines


MRO Europe returned to Amsterdam

The exhibition hosted the Go Live! Theater, offering complimentary content live on the show floor, as well as multiple country and industry focused pavilions.


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Airlines/Lessors Registered



A Who’s Who of Industry Leadership Top 12 Industry Sectors Airframe Airline Operator Avionics/Instruments Cabin Interiors/Flight Ops/ Inflight Entertainment Components/Rotables Consulting Services Distributor/Supplier Engineering Engines/Propulsion/APUs Leasing/Finance Supply Chain Third Party Maintenance


Airframe Full Service 38% Commercial 29% Regional 13% Cargo 10% Low Cost 7% Private/ Charter 3%


MRO Provider Aftermarket 32%

Commercial 36%

Commercial 28%

Aftermarket 22%

OEM 25%

Fixed Wing 7% Military 6% Rotor 2%

OEM 15% Military 12% Fixed Wing 11% Rotor 4%

Attendee Professional Level

Manager 42%

VP, Director, 34%

CEO 13% Other 11%

Attendee Responsibility in Purchasing Cycle Buy/Approve 40% Influence/ Recommend/ Specify 36% Seller/ Prospector (NA) 12% Not involved in any way 12%

“Finally a live event, meeting face to face!” Pavel Prhavc Management Board Member Prhavc “This was the best MRO exhibition for me since I first attended. I had the best meetings ever for my new airline” Hans Hekker Founder, Carinair Airlines

“First MRO after pandemic, great enthusiasm from the operators to meet again and to re-start business opportunities.” Roberto Cacciarelli CEO, Sky Star Services srl “After 2 years of pandemic, some reallife meetings and events, were very welcome!” Peter Broere Procurement Manager, ASL Airlines 19


VIP Club Lounge takes visitors to the Summit

The Summit Aerospace VIP Club Lounge had a strong presence on the show floor


Connections are everything and when you are a buyer with a strong market presence it makes sense to maximise your network.


he VIP Club Lounge, open to attendees with Airline VIP status and open during exhibition hours, provided select seats and tables, free drinks and a quieter zone where the conversation could flow. Summit Aerospace was the VIP Club Lounge sponsor for MRO Europe 2021 and have taken the sponsorship for 2022, when it takes place in London, and for 2023 when the show returns to Amsterdam. Summit Aerospace serves more than one hundred clients a year worldwide. It helps its customers reduce their repair and overhaul maintenance costs with innovative solutions. Summit employees are dedicated to continuously improving the quality, value, and, above all, the safety of all. Customers could have a drink in the VIP Club Lounge and take the time to relax or schedule a meeting. At the heart of the VIP Club Lounge is the idea of partnership, and Summit works in partnership with its customers by continuously integrating its services within the wider air transport industry. Summit manages the growth of each of its businesses by investing in all aspects of its services. Investing time is something that can be done in the VIP Club Lounge. “It’s been excellent. We love the concept of the VIP Club Lounge, and we intend

to be the sponsor now and for a while,” Summit Aerospace Chief Operating Officer Kent Kendrick said, beverage in hand, in the VIP Club Lounge. A lounge is where long-term relationships can be formed. For Summit, partnering the firm’s companies with its customers is the vision. This is done by creating the best possible relationship, 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. “It’s been great; we’ve made a lot of

“We’ve met a lot of new people here, even met some people from the States who can give us business, we met them here, so it’s really worked out very well” contacts. The VIP Club Lounge has been excellent. So much so we have secured it for next year,” Kendrick added. The concept of the VIP Club Lounge tallies with Summit’s values. Be easy and simple to do business with. Form partnerships to ensure the delivery of a seamless and stress-free service. Always consider the complete journey from the moment the customers send in their repairs. Invest in time to install the latest equipment, more than any

other MRO company in the world, to make customers’ repairs safer and more reliable. Introducing state-of-the-art technology throughout each Summit facility is an ongoing process, just like those introductions that can be had in a VIP Club Lounge. “It’s been a great [MRO Europe] show. It’s one of my favourites for sure. For us personally, yes [to making connections]. You get to meet them as they walk in the door. They come up wanting to come in, so it’s a great opportunity for us, so we’re very happy with it. We’ve had a lot of contacts come in,” Kendrick enthused. What is better than open and honest conversation in the relaxed surroundings of a 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. “We’re ready to go,” said Kendrick. “Summit Aerospace had no slow down whatsoever through the Covid [pandemic]. We’ve met a lot of new people here, even met some people from the States who can give us business, we met them here, so it’s really worked out very well.” Summit Aerospace is about working together, a people business, talking to the customers and more importantly, listening to the customers. Summit aims to develop a partnership approach and what could be more appropriate than that than a VIP Club Lounge. “Simplest way I can summarize this year’s MRO is: Quality over Quantity,” said Summit Aerospace Vice President Sales and Marketing, Alain Torres. n



“Always a good show in terms of quality of visitors, well organised and great networking opportunities too” Tracy Jarman Sales Manager – Europe MAAS Aviation

“Great event and especially so after the past year of Covid restrictions. Met with many old faces and some new which gave real optimism for our very special Industry going forward” Nigel Bruce NCB Avia

“Excellent layout. Excellent organization from welcome-point up to exit!” Daniela Magnaghi Purchasing WESTSTAR NDD


“As a first-time exhibitor, it was a great opportunity to reconnect with European customers” Andrew Walmsley President Volo Aero MRO

“Excitement on day one, good to see everyone again, really good, couldn’t have been better.” Jonathan Bird CEO & co-owner aeroco Group

“Thank you so much for making it happen. Absolutely over the moon that we were all able to connect again and that we are coming back stronger than ever as an industry. For me launching my new business at MRO Europe was the best I could have wished for, thank you.” Delphine Kennedy CEO, DBK AERO LTD

“I attend MRO Europe for years now and I like the environment and the variety of suppliers and MRO customers.” Kai F.G.Roose Managing Director KHX Technology & Services GmbH 23


“Face to face meeting was great after such long time!” Vladimir Stulančák CEO Job Air Technic

“For B&H Worldwide the MRO was the pinnacle post-pandemic show, that determined the appetite for recovery and most importantly an excellent opportunity to re-engage with customers, suppliers and friends that we have not seen for such a long time in person. I wish we had another 24hrs to catch-up with everybody!” Phillip Clews BDM EMEA B&H Worldwide Ltd

“First MRO after pandemic, great enthusiasm from the operators to meet again and to re-start business opportunities.” Roberto Cacciarelli CEO, Sky Star Services srl



Partnership spells reputation

Moog’s presence was impressive

Being a key supplier, Moog has formed partnerships that have built on its world-class reputation in the industry


or over 70 years, Moog Aircraft has been designing, manufacturing, integrating and innovating precision motion control products and systems for commercial aircraft. We’ve established a reputation for delivering innovative solutions for the most challenging motion control applications, including flight control, engine control, and auxiliary controls. As a result, we’ve become a key supplier to the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers like Boeing, Airbus, and Lockheed Martin. Our hardware is positioned on virtually every platform in the marketplace. While partnering with air framers has 26

been our history, today we’re also uniquely positioned to support the end-user with maintenance, repair, and overhaul of both our Moog OEM hardware and other manufacturers hardware. Our large global repair station network and strategically located stocking facilities ensures that our customer-focused aftermarket team is ready to deliver quality products and services specifically tailored to meet your requirements 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Moog Total Support program (MTS) offers a full range of customized services to support your commercial aircraft throughout its’ entire lifecycle.

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n proTECT- a fully integrated component spares and maintenance package that includes integrated flight hour pooling and MRO, commercial and performance guarantees, and OEM technical support and training. Most recently, we’ve added SMART maintenance services, which includes our emerging capabilities in predictive analytics. Partnering with our customers, we’re assessing the needs of the market and building a use-case to further shape our offerings in this area. This technology and its’ predictive data analytics are expected to provide guidance on component health status, delivering avenues of improvement for dispatch reliability and minimizing the risk of service disruptions.

Moog has the maintenance packages industry needs

n assetSOLUTIONS- a simple asset purchase or time and material transactional repairs. This includes sale of new or used material, purchase of customer assets, exchange, lease and loan options, market competitive pricing, extended warranties, inventory available for immediate dispatch and the OEM renowned quality and reliability our customers have come to expect. n reNEW™- is designed for end-ofservice life operations. Moog’s ability to repair and reverse engineer other manufacturers’ products can eliminate obsolescence worries. Our expansive

global network of repair stations gives us a competitive edge in maximizing the remaining life of your components and developing a work scope that meets the life expectations you have for your fleet. The expansion of our capabilities and services has allowed Moog to engage in several successful service partnerships, long term contracts, and cost-per-hour agreements with pooling program access to considerable inventory. In our most recent agreement with Japan Airlines, Moog will provide exclusive, comprehensive support of critical flight control and landing gear actuation components on the airline’s Boeing 787 fleet.

“The agreement will provide Japan Airlines with the best component performance and reliability across their fleet with unparalleled global support,” said Mark Brooks, Moog Group Vice President of Commercial Aircraft Services. “Further collaboration in areas such as predictive maintenance and work scope design which are part of Moog Total Support will reduce service interruptions and improve dispatch reliability.” Moog’s unique culture and commitment to exceed our customer’s expectations results in innovative solutions to customer problems delivered by a trustworthy and dedicated organization. n 27


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to create dashboards and reports with business intelligence capabilities and interactive visualizations. ILS,, and Marketplace Integrations

Businesses can access the ERP solution that is Quantum Control for the new epoch of remote working in a world where data is the new oil Digitalization

Digitalization is now an imperative. With the changes in the world, including widespread remote working, what was once a debate about when is now a debate about how fast. Improving efficiency, reducing risk, and improving profitability will require a digital ecosystem for suppliers and customers from now on. Data and analytics have been strategically and operationally important for some time, and looking ahead, they will be fundamental to the success of that ecosystem. Component Control is an ecosystem company and the leader in the ERP 28

Software space for aftermarket aviation with 1,700 customers in 66 countries. Our Quantum Control ERP solution is the undisputed leader in the MRO, manufacturing, distribution, and aircraft service sectors. With digitization in mind, Quantum is fully supported on the cloud and can be hosted in Component Control’s public cloud or in a private and dedicated environment. ERP software generates terabytes of data, so Quantum is ready to exploit this resource to the maximum with the full integration of Microsoft PowerBI to create, view and share actionable analytics. PowerBI has a simple interface for users

Quantum Control is now fully integrated with ILS and and has new enhancements with SalesEdge and RFQ inbox providing consolidation against nearly every aftermarket listing service. Trusted by the aerospace industry for more than 40 years, ILS is Component Control’s sister company under the CAMP Systems umbrella. ILS helps more than 28,000 users in over 100 countries make better decisions faster with comprehensive AI-driven data services and the largest Aerospace part and repair services inventory worldwide. Quantum Control users can source and sell their inventories directly using ILS or StockMarket. Quantum Control automatically updates both ILS and StockMarket’s databases for a real-time trading environment. The user does not have to intervene. ILS and StockMarket offer a seamless setup for the user. All Quantum Control participants can view stock that a user has designated to list on the public or private community through a browser. An intra-company setting can be arranged so designated stock is only seen by business partners. Using Quantum Control’s inventory module delivers an enhanced ILS and StockMarket search capability, which cross-references matching information on the required part from the vendor and manufacturer, providing more advantageous information. The enhanced search will also provide available images and documents that can be viewed from the same result set. SalesEdge is a web-based Request For Proposals (RFQ) Management application that integrates with the ILS FMV value calculator to provide additional business intelligence on part values. SalesEdge Improves RFQ efficiency, Integrates RFQs in Quantum, and eliminates double entry of sales and RFQ data. Customize and configure for the best

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display and focus on which RFQs are the most important business opportunities. The aggregation of RFQs from multiple listing sites, including ILS, StockMarket and several 3rd party listing sites, can also be supported by the application. Quantum Control is also integrated with Aeroxchange to consolidate and share data across both systems. Electronic communication for MRO Providers and Part Sellers is simple and streamlined using Quantum Control’s integration with Aeroxchange. Optimizing MRO and part sale transactions is seamless and effortlessly, with pricing requests, shipping notifications, acknowledgements and invoices easily transmitted. Time and date stamps are applied to all inbound and out-bound messages, ensuring an accurate, comprehensive transaction record. Customer originating messages such as estimate approvals or denials, notices of receipt of completed units, and billing acknowledgments can all be received rapidly.

AeroRepair is another Aeroxchange feature that is integrated with Quantum Control. AeroRepair allows Repair Facilities to easily accept and process customer orders, send acknowledgements and pricing estimates, update customers with estimated completion dates, and send shipping notifications and billings. Features and Vision

With best-in-class processes, Quantum Control is tested rigorously to the high standards expected of the FAA and EASA for compliance and quality. Digitalisation also has environmental benefits and can finally deliver the paperless office by replacing the paper embedded processes with digital applications. New Mobile Application components for Quantum Control have been designed to support a mobile workforce and digitization of MRO processes. Those Mobile Applications include Mobile Technician, Mobile Receiving, Mobile Warehouse, Mobile Imaging, and

Quantum Response Manager. They can support workflow control with single or multi-signature signoffs where, for example, inspection is concerned. All of this can meet your business needs while being configurable and flexible to suit your processes and at the same time be cost-effective because it is an off the shelf product, tried and trusted. With more remote workforces, the digitization imperative, supply chain Integration all founded upon data-driven analytics and ecosystems; we have the technology to support innovations in the aviation MRO space. We are part of the CAMP family of aviation companies, focusing on delivering best-in-class implementation, training, and technical support with highly trained technicians and 24x7 worldwide support. Our vision is to continue to develop products that streamline the supply chain and improve efficiency, reduce risk, and improve profitability for you. Visit to learn more. 29


The customer’s needs are always met at FL Technics

FL Technics is top quality The high standards of certified quality management systems have been demonstrated by FL Technics MRO service


eading maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services provider FL Technics (FLT), and a family member of Avia Solutions Group, has successfully been in receipt of the Certificate for Continuous Airworthiness and Technical Asset Management Services, awarded by the Bureau Veritas. The FL Technics Quality Management System meets the high requirements of EN 9110:2018 and EN ISO 9001:2015 standards. FL Technics Quality Management System is designed to meet the demands of the company’s global onestop-shop MRO service. With over 20 years of operations, FLT has 1,200 people working in Indonesia and in Lithuania and across a network 30

of 40-line stations worldwide. An EASA Part-145, Part-M, Part-147, Part-21 and FAA 145 certified company, FLT can carry out A-, C- and D-Checks. As the largest independent line maintenance network, customers can be assured that despite these turbulent times in aviation, FL Technics standards and the quality of service are designed to ensure the smooth continuity of business worldwide. That reach only became wider with the incorporation in the last few months of Wright International into FL Technics and into FL Technics subsidiary Storm Aviation acquiring Manchesterbased Chevron Technical Services and Prestwick-based Chevron Aircraft Maintenance.

These companies will also meet the EN 9110:2018 and EN ISO 9001:2015 standards which define FL Technics capabilities to match the growing needs of the market; including those of major players such as Airbus, Boeing, and other leading stakeholders. Whether it is base maintenance, line maintenance, engines, airframes and materials, aircraft engineering, design and production, technical training and logistics, the company’s competencies across this industrial breadth have been confirmed by this certification. And an acknowledgement of Fl Technics’ capabilities to deliver best-in-class services to a global pool of clients across the aviation industry. FL Technics Chief Executive Officer, Zilvinas Lapinskas, said: “For our company and subsidiaries, recent years were as challenging as they were successful and, in many ways, a breakthrough development period. We have seen the launch of new stand-alone business lines, such as logistics or FLT Engine Services and the securing of major M&A contracts including recent acquisition of Chevron Technical Maintenance. These milestones demonstrate the commitment and expertise of our people, who are able to deliver despite the circumstances and excel in meeting the needs of our customers.” The successful certification was based on the significant support and guidance of the FL Technics Quality Department and aptly demonstrates the principle that continuous airworthiness and technical asset management services rank as priorities for FL Technics. FL Technics specializes in base and line maintenance, parts and materials trading, engines, auxiliary power units, full aircraft engineering and design, and technical training services. FL Technics has more than 1,200 professionals with offices in Lithuania, Indonesia, Russia and Thailand, and hangars and shop facilities in Lithuania, China, Indonesia and the United Kingdom. It also has an extensive network of line maintenance support stations across Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific, the Commonwealth of Independent States and Russia. n

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Going forward with Go Live!

Go Live! was well attended throughout MRO Europe 2021

Find the best of the innovative solutions the industry has to offer in bite size presentations at the Go Live! Theater during MRO Europe 2021 in Amsterdam


he Go Live! Theater successfully returned to MRO Europe this year with a roster of not to be missed expert speakers. This year the messages were connectedness, supply 32

chains, sustainability, synthetic fuels and blockchain finally coming of age. While Covid is an economically significant but relatively temporary impact lasting a few years, climate change is here for the very long term and becoming a carbon-neutral

industry will be aviation’s contribution to staving off the worst mother nature can throw at humanity. For this reason, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is a dropin fuel solution that does not require the entirely new infrastructure required for hydrogen or hybrid electric. That was one part of the message about SAF from Pratt & Whitney (P&W) fellow of sustainable propulsion, Sean Bradshaw. “We will work with key stakeholders to make SAF is there

Expertise was on display at the Go Live! Theater

in the future,” he said. He described how P&W’s Geared Turbofan (GTF) engine could extract additional efficiencies. “We are working on advanced game-changing technologies to reduce CO2 [carbon dioxide] emissions and other emissions even further,” he added. The industry is expecting airlines to use SAF in blends with jet fuel to reduce, over time, the CO2 emissions. The blend of jet fuel to SAF can be as low as 10 per cent and ultimately up to 100 per cent SAF. “We’ll be ready for the next step of SAF when blends approach 10 per cent. We’ve been testing our engines on SAF for over 15 years on various blends from zero to 100 per cent across our wide array of product families. Our engines will be compatible at blends of 50 per cent and eventually up to 100 per cent.” The standards organization ASTM began work on a new industry standard of 100 per cent SAF blend process and that standard is likely to take up to five years to become reality, according to Bradshaw. From a sustainability perspective, SAF is still small volume with significantly less than one per cent of global fuel demand. President Joseph Biden’s SAF challenge aims to have production of three billion gallons of SAF by 2030, but this is only 10 per cent of preCovid airline jet fuel consumption. Sustainability was at the heart of the Go Live presentation by Dubai Aerospace Enterprise engineering arm, Joramco, chief executive officer, Fraser Currie. “Sustainability is what an MRO needs, if you can’t sustain quality, you can’t sustain your customers. You need to understand

your risks. Transformation, sustainability it works, but you have to work hard at it,” he told the audience. “The key is planning, organization, strong leadership, communication and being very honest with yourself.” An MRO such as Joramco is like a large factory and while the leased aircraft returns kept Joramco staff employed the

“Sustainability is what an MRO needs, if you can’t sustain quality, you can’t sustain your customers. You need to understand your risks. Transformation, sustainability it works, but you have to work hard at it” levels of work during the pandemic were not what the company had previously enjoyed. “We are now seeing recovery in the market,” he explained. “What kept us strong through Covid was our capacity and ability from 737 classics to 787 and A321NEOs; that is what kept us strong. We could cover what our customers needed.” Connecting with customers and suppliers is key, but what does connectedness really mean? Buffalo, New York-based AireXpert chief executive officer Andy Hakes said: “We rarely hear the word connected, and it really matters. Being linked to 1,800 people on LinkedIn doesn’t really mean anything. It’s about making sure everyone is on the same page all the time.” In Hakes’ view, connectedness is people actively collaborating together with the same goals.

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What enables control is the integration that delivers the data and analytics’ insights that deliver efficiency. When a business does not have “visibility about what is going on around its networks and systems, we have problems working out the root cause of the problems,” Hakes added. Connections is at the heart of blockchain, a digital ledger that is distributed making its data resilient and automatically updated to all parties involved. SITA business innovation senior product manager, Pierre-Yves Benain, promoted the benefits of blockchain for end-to-end automation, traceability, and transparency to the Go Live! audience. “We are innovating new solutions for the industry” he said. He pointed out that aviation has $50 billion in global parts inventory and 60 per cent of the cost of that is for engines and components. The human error costs related to the management of that vast inventory are not insignificant. Benain explained that SITA was invited by a group of aviation companies to investigate the application of blockchain to solve a range of challenging industry problems. The criteria for success included, end to end process automation with complete visibility, data confidentiality, compliance with industry standards, independent auto-reconciliation and asset value protection for the end user. Benain said: “We believe we are the only ones to make it right [blockchain for aviation].” The key to unlocking blockchain, Benain explained, was that the supply chain needs to adopt it. n 33


Hangar Equipment & GSE Pavilion First introduced at MRO Europe 2019 the Hangar Equipment & GSE Pavilion was back again for 2021


rom engine stands to ground support equipment, airframe and engine tooling, docking and access platforms, test equipment and safety equipment, visitors to the Hangar & GSE pavilion were able to find suppliers of all kinds of specialist equipment that would be found in an aircraft maintenance hangar and much more. 34

That much more can include automated testers for all types of aircrafts. Entire ranges of pitot testers, bonding and loop testers and battery testers for original equipment manufacturers, operators and maintenance centers are available to assist aviation manufacturing and maintenance. Hangar pavilion exhibitor ATEQ Aviation is a worldwide manufacturer of automated testers for all types of aircrafts.

ATEQ has developed a complete range of products and customized hardware and software solutions, adapted to all industry requirements: pneumatic, electric and electronic safety testing systems. With a presence in 40 countries, ATEQ is servicing more than 5,000 customers worldwide. ATEQ engineers sell and service the aviation product line to more than 1,000 customers. More than 20 engineers work to improve the measurement quality of ATEQ’s systems. Since the concept of the aviation division, ATEQ has introduced its most advanced technological features to

worldwide customers. Cobra Systems has been an ATEQ company since 2018, and it also manufactures pitot-static adapters, accessories and covers. Another company with many years’ experience is Rubb Buildings. It has been designing, manufacturing and constructing high quality, code compliant, engineered fabric tensioned hangars and shelters for more than 40 years. Rubb’s semipermanent and permanent aircraft hangars offer an alternative solution to traditional hangars. Rubb Aviation has a track record in delivering fast, flexible and cost-effective aircraft hangars to aviation and military organisations to protect their planes and helicopters. The hangars are designed to lower project costs, overall structure weight and construction times. Rubb’s clients include easyJet, Lufthansa, Flybe and British Airways. While the hangars are built to last, they are also fully relocatable or extendable to meet changing needs. Custom-made aircraft hangars is Schwarzmann’s forte. A central European steel structure engineering and manufacturing company, it has produced structures for more than 25 years in various industries, including prefabricated aircraft maintenance hangars. Schwarzmann’s hangars are designed from the outset in close cooperation with the client, as the type of aircraft that will be stored or serviced in the hangar dictates the dimensions and equipment of the facility. The purpose or use determines the various properties of the hangars, such as

construction materials, door dimensions, insulation, and accessories, for example mechanical and electrical installations. Aircraft hangars are designed, manufactured, and installed as steel structures covered with insulation panels, or where internal temperature control is not required, PVC membranes. Due to the demanding service activities as well as sensitive and expensive spare parts, hangars for aircraft maintenance and storage

“Rubb Aviation has a track record in delivering fast, flexible and cost-effective aircraft hangars to aviation and military organisations to protect their planes and helicopters. The hangars are designed to lower project costs, overall structure weight and construction times” usually require a controlled environment with a constant temperature. As such the building needs to be isolated and have a built-in heating and ventilation system. A maker of inflatable aircraft maintenance shelter solutions is J.B. Roche (MFG), and it has been providing these structures for more than 25 years. Without the requirements for foundations, J. B. Roche’s large-scale hangars can be classified as temporary facilities. The main benefit of a temporary building is that it does not require a construction permit. These large-scale

hangars can be quickly deployed, and their flexible size can fit any aircraft. The heavy-duty design makes the large-scale hangars good for all aircraft maintenance and repair and for aircraft or helicopter storage. The firm’s IglooMX range of shelters are deployed globally by OEMs, MROs, airlines and aircraft-on ground teams to carry out maintenance tasks in a safe and controlled working environment. Another company with decades of experience is Finnish firm Best-Hall. It produces fabric structures for storage and maintenance areas for aircraft. The dimensioning of Best-Hall aviation hangars is performed according to the equipment used and stored in them, to provide sufficient space. Special doors increase the functionality of the building to fit large aeroplanes inside. The building’s size is also designed according to the size of aircraft being stored or maintained inside it as well as the equipment that will be operated there. The structure can be equipped with very large doors for the purposes of transporting equipment easily. And there is a range of service doors, sliding doors and roll-up doors with suitable options for personnel and service vehicles. The MRO Europe 2021 Hangar Equipment & GSE Pavilion showcased hangar builders, hangar outfitters, ground service equipment providers, an electric and remote-controlled tug maker and a drone inspection specialist. It was a strong line up to a welcome addition to the MRO Europe exhibition. n 35


High-tech ensures more assured maintenance This year’s MRO Europe saw national pavilions for France and the show’s host nation, the Netherlands, and the Sunshine State of Florida set out its stake


rench, Dutch and Floridabased companies have higher visibility this year with the pavilions for the two countries and one US state. Examples of stalwart services of the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) sector can be found alongside the latest in MRO technology. From drones to artificial intelligence to three-dimensional (3D) measurements. Chesneau is the specialist in the fields of polishing, precision adjustment and using 3D measuring to guarantee surface 36

quality and geometric shapes on complex parts. Its 3D measurements have been used, for example, on airfoils, wing chord lengths, win leading and trailing edges and other specific areas. Chesneau sees opportunities in collaboration on the fan, compressor and turbine blades, nozzles, casing, discs, blisks, landing gear and other technical parts. Compressors, turbines, valves, actuators and pumps are some of the many parts that Equip’Aero Services (French pavilion) provides for in its component

MRO services for both commercial and military aircraft programs. Whether it is Boeing, Airbus, ATR, Embraer, Bombardier, Fokker or C-160, C-130 or helicopters, Equip’Aero Services has established a specific organization capable of developing, design and supplying test benches to cover internal MRO and original equipment manufacturer needs. Paz Aviation in South Florida has been in aviation for more than 30 years. Its experienced staff has a large capability list and new technologies to service any potential needs. Paz specializes in aircraft Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Electromechanicals, CSD’s, Generators, Avionics, Instruments, Batteries, Coffee Makers, and Ovens. Located in Miami,

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Florida, Global Airservices is an FAA, EASA, & DGCA Indonesia certified repair station of 12,000 square feet, which has been serving the aviation industry since 2011 for repair and overhaul of commercial and regional aircraft components. Maintenance teams, mechanics, pilots, inspectors, and support engineers need solutions that will give them access to technical documentation and structured data. Fingermind’s (French pavilion) MRO Suite is a unique software suite for aircraft manufacturers, airlines and MRO centers. It can give interactive access to technical documentation and structured data on iOS tablets, Windows and Android, whether in local mode (all data are stored on the tablet) or in connected mode (via a network). Industry 4.0 is the network the industrial world is moving towards, and ISYBOT (French pavilion) designs business-to-business collaborative robots to assist operators in performing their tasks. ISYBOT is at the heart of Industry 4.0, improving the productivity of manual operations. The first applications in production are related to sanding and polishing or surface treatment for Airbus and Safran. ISYBOT is an interactive solution that relieves the operator and increases productivity. Mainblades inspection offers drone inspection of aircraft with a fully automated solution. Every aircraft type, whether indoor or outdoor, the drone can provide full dent-and-buckle damage reporting. Using key robotics technology for localization, mapping, navigation, planning and the best sensors in the market Mainblades

provides an industrial inspection drone with the equivalent of eyes and a brain for fast, safe and easier maintenance. Different types of robots can use a sensor developed by NEDAERO (Netherlands Pavilion), which created its special sensor with its Fiber Optic Gyro (FOG) Program. The FOG sensor is suitable for flight stabilization and attitude control of aircraft, helicopters, drones and missiles. NEDAERO specializes in MRO and the distribution of components and systems for civil and military aircraft and helicopters. NEDAERO manufactures new parts for Airbus and Lockheed Martin.

“Over time, jet engines are subject to a loss of performance... Aiir has developed an Artificial Intelligence system for visual inspection which can overcome human weaknesses that lead to missed problems ” Donecle (French pavilion) offers an automated aircraft inspection solution combining a 100 per cent automated drone with advanced image analysis algorithms. The technology enables aircraft inspections to be completed up to 10 times faster than normal. Supporting applications include lightning strikes, GVI, regulatory markings and paint quality checks. This solution helps optimizing maintenance activities, reducing the inspection time to less than an hour. It automatically analyses damages on the aircraft structure and generates inspection reports to improve traceability. Another type of automation is aiding

jet engine inspections. Aiir Innovations (Netherlands pavilion) is an Artificial Intelligence startup that focuses on the automation of jet engine inspections. Over time, jet engines are subject to a loss of performance. This can be due to external factors such as foreign object damage, or internally generated causes such as wear and tear, overheating, erosion, corrosion, etc. In the engine upkeep cycle, visual inspections of the rotors play an important, even critical, role. Aiir has developed an Artificial Intelligence system for visual inspection which can overcome human weaknesses that lead to missed problems. All the data that can be generated by automated inspections need to be analyzed. The Aviation Academy (Netherlands pavilion) is part of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and its offers in-company master classes and applied research in the field of ‘Data Analytics in MRO Processes’, ‘Advanced Maintenance Technologies’ and ‘Human Factors & Safety’. The Aviation Academy provides the current and next generation of professionals with the skills they need to meet the international aviation challenges of the next 10-15 years. At the regional pavilions, a mix of MRO excellence can be found, from high tech to dependable processes tried and tested across a wide range of aircraft types. For highlighting a businesses presence in a particular nation or region, the pavilions provide a one stop-shop for that company seeking MRO services and at this year’s MRO Europe, the winners are French, Dutch and Floridian. 37


Variety is the spice of life MRO Europe 2021 in Amsterdam saw its newest members highlighted on their Exhibitor Showcase and they were a varied range of companies


rom machining solutions to renewable materials, turbine and fuel components, nondestructive testing and brake products, this year’s MRO Europe Exhibitor Showcase had a great deal to offer not only for the potential customers but exhibitors too. The American Hofmann Corporation is a leader in dynamic balancing machines and measuring equipment, vibration analysis, and balancing technology. It is involved in the production and assembly of balancing machines, moment weight scales and highspeed balancing and over-speed testing installations. It has an aerospace product

line according to SAE ARP and vibration meters and field balancing and runout measuring instruments. Hoffman also sells vibration sensors, contract balancing, field balancing and comprehensive consulting and services. ATL Turbine Services based in Dundee, Scotland, 80+ FTE, 30+ years of experience in turbine component repair and coatings engineering. Customers are OEM and non-OEM MRO’s (RR, GE, MTU, PIAGGIO, SIEMENS etc). Civil and Military Aero Engines, Industrial Turbines. Repairing over 20,000 hot section components per year. Full inhouse shop capabilities. Part-145 C7 /

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EASA/CAA/FAA certified. Our facility operates 24/7, 365 days a year and is complemented by a qualified and highly experienced workforce. Our highly qualified staff hold dual function giving capability for cross-functional skill deployment. Aero Engines covered RB211, RB199, EJ200, GEM, SPEY, ADOUR, TYNE, VIPER, OLYMPUS. Industrial Turbines covered: Siemens, Ruston, GE, Alstom, KHI and RR. Carlisle Brake & Friction is a leading global solutions provider of high performance and severe duty brake, clutch and transmission applications for a diverse range of markets. With the combined strengths of advanced R&D and testing capabilities, global manufacturing and a staff of industry experts, Carlisle has the capacity to provide customers with access to the most highly engineered braking, transmission and hydraulic actuation products available. Cima Aviation specializes in Fuel components and accessories. Cima Aviation provides services for maintenance, repair, and overhaul on an extensive list of fuel, hydraulic, electromechanical, pneumatic, and avionic accessories and components. Cima Aviation has a team with over 25 years of combined experience in the aviation field; we strive to provide the best customer service and competitive pricing. We pride ourselves on our communication, expertise, and resourcefulness. Cima Aviation works on MECs, Fuel Flow Governors, FMU, HMU, boost pumps, and so much more! Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. Our goal is to build long-term business relationships, putting our customer’s needs first. Spairliners is an expert in Aircraft Component Care - Spairliners GmbH is an equally split joint venture between Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance and Lufthansa Technik, headquartered in Hamburg, Germany. The company offers component services for the Embraer E-Jet Family (E170/175 and E190/195) and the Airbus A380. Its multiple services are provided from a single source and combined with

The Exhibitor Showcase saw a constant stream of visitors

engineering expertise. These include component access, home base stock lease, stand-alone repair, and assets optimization. As a market leader in Integrated Component Care, Spairliners is a trusted and proven supplier to worldrenowned airlines. The company operates logistic hubs in strategic locations such as FRA, MUC, CDG, SIN and MIA. SwedAero believes in sustainable Aviation. An industry, which continuously challenges the present for reaching a better future. Our core values’ are environmentally sustainable and up–to– date technology. SwedAero has chosen GAPTEK for the Hangars. GAPTEK takes sustainability very seriously and only uses 100% renewable materials and aluminum instead of steel with aim of decrease the

carbon emission footprint. Hence, this is just a first step. Our next step is to ascertain our mission: “To be the MRO of the Green Future.” TEAM, Inc./TIAT is a worldwide independent non-destructive testing (NDT) supplier, specialized in Aerospace Non-Destructive Testing, training and engineering services, holding an EASA Part-145 D1 Approval (NL.145.1396), providing maintenance and AOG support on a day to day basis. TiaT recognized as an approved training organization (ATO) also trains and qualifies personnel in all NDT methods i.a.w. EN 4179- NAS410, at all qualification levels, as well as providing consultancy and engineering services. TiaT is the end-to-end Aerospace NDT provider with global support capabilities!

Volo Aero MRO provides brilliant machining solutions to the aerospace market for both civil and military customers. It is focused on the repairs of engine piece parts and aircraft accessory sub components such as housings, disks, supports, segments and gears. Typical repairs include machining, grinding, coating, honeycomb replacement and inspections. Volo Aero MRO is an AS9110:C certified facility and a Rolls Royce ARF for the T56 platform. A truly varied range of companies, these newest exhibitors had a great opportunity to be highlighted on the Exhibitor Showcase. This year’s MRO Europe Exhibitor Showcase had a great deal to offer everyone ready to make the most of MRO Europe.



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AIRBUS Services n Airbus Services was founded to deliver world leading integrated aviation services, creating value and enhancing customer performance. Working with operators, lessors, and MROs, Airbus Services enhances fleet performance with the expertise of an aircraft designer and manufacturer. Building on the company’s pioneering spirit, Airbus Services has innovative solutions and latest offering on the services market. Aircraft Component Repair, Inc. (ACR) Aircraft Lighting International

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ASE ASSA ABLOY Hangar Doors ATELIERS BIGATA - CEMG AEROSAUVETAGE ATEQ Atitech Beyond Flight ATL Turbine Services Limited Atlantic Aviation Group Ltd Ireland ATR AV8 PMA AvAir AVFLEX- Global AirServices AVI Aviation Aviapool Aviatechnik Corporation Aviation Academy - Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences www. Aviation Technical Services (ATS) Aviation Week Network



Aviation Week Network n Aviation Week Network is the largest multimedia information and services provider for the global aviation, aerospace, and defense industries, serving 1.7 million professionals around the world. Industry professionals rely on Aviation Week Network to help them understand the market, make decisions, predict trends, and connect with people and business opportunities. Customers include the world’s leading aerospace manufacturers and suppliers, airlines, airports, business aviation operators, militaries, governments, and other organizations that serve this worldwide marketplace. Aviation Week Network’s portfolio delivers award-winning journalism, data, intelligence and analytical resources, world-class tradeshows and conferences, and results-driven marketing services and advertising.Aviation Week Network is part of Informa Markets, a division of Informa PLC. Aviocom B.V. Aviolubes (ExxonMobil Aviation) Avioparts

Aviva Metals AVPARTS International LLC Avsight

B B&H Worldwide Ltd BAE Systems BASF Corporation

Best-Hall Oy Bii, Aero Services by Timken Bill Thomas Associates Inc.

OUR EXPERTISE IS ALWAYS IN REACH. From repairs and spares to digital and comprehensive life cycle solutions, customers around the world trust Collins to support their operations. Our global network of reliable service and support locations provide critical equipment maintenance, repair and overhaul.


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Bridgestone Aircraft Tire Europe s.a. Brokair Aviation Group Bucher Leichtbau AG

Buildair Engineering & Architecture

Business France

C C&L Aviation Group

Caerdav Ltd Carlisle Brake & Friction

Carter Manufacturing Ltd Cee-Bee Aviation Certified Aviation Services CFM International SA Chesneau

Chromalloy n Chromalloy is an integrated solutions provider that delivers innovative programs designed to reduce manufacturing and operating expenses for our customers. We are one of the world’s largest providers of advanced coatings and authorized repairs and parts for gas turbine engines. Focused on quality and driven by innovation, Chromalloy reliably and economically extends the life of gas turbine engines with our proprietary LifeX parts & repairs, serviceable materials, and complete engine management solutions. Chromalloy is of the only fully-integrated solutions providers in the world that provides coatings, authorized repairs, castings, manufacturing overhauls and machining, as well as engine and asset management all from a single source.

We make pushing boundaries work.*

* When it comes to downtime, every second counts. That’s why 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. Let us help you fly more and worry less. Learn more at:

Chromalloy Cima Aviation CNW - Courier NetWork

Collins Aerospace

Collins Aerospace n 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 Control Dynamics Inc. Corso Magenta Crane Aerospace & Electronics CTG (Crestwood Technology Group) Custers Hydraulica B.V Czech Airlines Technics

D Dansoft Aviation Services Ltd & Dansoft Training Services Ltd DASI, LLC DC Aviation GmbH DEDIENNE AEROSPACE

DIEHL Aviation Donecle

Dublin Aerospace & Exeter Aerospace DuraCoatings

E Eaton

Eaton Aerospace Group n In the aerospace industry, Eaton is a leading provider of hydraulic, fuel and oxygen, airframe pneumatics, electrical, motion control and engine solutions, as well as aftermarket service and support, that power military and commercial aircraft globally. On the tarmac and in the air, our reliable products enable hundreds of essential tasks that make air travel possible. From advanced aerospace technologies to world-class customer support and responsiveness, we help our customers meet performance, efficiency, safety and compliance needs, all while reducing life cycle and maintenance costs. Eaton has approximately 85,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. ECA GROUP edataconsulting Eirtech Aviation Services EL AL Israel Airlines, EL AL Tech Elbe Flugzeugwerke Gmbh Electro Enterprises ELMS Aviation Embraer Equip’Aero Services




Embraer S.A. global/en/home n 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. Etihad Engineering Euro- Composites S.A. Expedite OBC

Etihad Engineering n 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 fleet-wide rebranding including new livery, cabin reconfiguration, connectivity and inflight entertainment (IFE) for Etihad Airways and other leading airlines from around the world.

FACC Aftermarket Services

Farsound FieldLogs

Fingermind SA FL Technics


FLYDYNAMICS Fokker Services Fokker Techniek Frank Brown

French Pavilion Future Metals

G GA Telesis, LLC

GA Telesis, LLC n 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.


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GEPAX - The Intelligent Freight Booking Platform GKN Aerospace Services Limited Global Aerospace Corporation Global Aviation Co. Global Engine Maintenance

HISPANO LUSITANA DE AVIACIÓN. MRO – EASA Part 145 HLC Aviation GmbH Hutchinson Hycom BV HYDRO Systems KG

GMI AERO Goodyear Aviation Tires GSE Tool Support GT Engine Services Ltd GTSMRO


H HEICO n HEICO Aerospace Corporation is a successful and growing technologydriven 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 flight-critical 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.

IAI-AVIATION GROUP IATA Iberia Maintenance IFE Products Imperial Polythene Products Ltd Incora Inter-Tec/Causeway International Aerospace Coatings/Eirtech Aviation Services International Aircraft Associates, Inc. Inventory Locator Service (ILS) ISYBOT

J J. B Roche Jacaero Industries LLC Jet Aircraft Services Jet International Co. LLC



Jet Parts Engineering

Jetwash Aircraft Cleaning Ltd Jewers Doors Ltd.

JMS AG Job Air Technic a.s. Logaero Services


LOT Aircraft Maintenance Services Ltd Lufthansa Technik

Jordan Airmotive JVaeroservices

KG Aircraft Rotables

Killick Aerospace Ltd Korita Aviation

MAAS Aviation

Magellan Aviation Group Magnetic MRO

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Lufthansa Technik n Lufthansa Technik is the world’s leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul services (MRO) for civilian commercial aircraft. The Lufthansa Technik Group comprises 37 plants offering technical aviation services worldwide. The company also holds direct and indirect stakes in more than 60 companies. In 2020, Lufthansa Technik AG served more than 4.500 aircraft from more than 800 customers worldwide, including airlines, aircraft leasing companies and operators of VIP jets, as well as OEMs.


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L3Harris Laversab Inc. LEAT S.p.A

Leki Aviation/Leki Tech Liebherr Aerospace & Transportation

n Magnetic MRO is a Total Technical Care maintenance and asset management organisation with a global presence and more than two decades of worldwide experience. The company has a well-established reputation in innovative solutions for digitalised MRO services and a proven track record as a one-stop total technical care organization for airlines, asset owners, OEMs and operators. is a onestop digital shop for aircraft engine stands leasing and trading. MAC Aero Interiors is a leading aircraft interior specialist with more than 50 years of heritage. Direct Maintenance is an MRO provider specialized in Line Maintenance for narrow- and wide-body aircraft. Magnetic MRO is part of the Guangzhou Hangxin Aviation Technology group. Mainblades Inspection B.V. Mankiewicz Coatings


Materialise NV MB Aerospace

MB Aerospace n 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.

MTU Maintenance n Engine experts 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.

MCD Tools GMBH Med-Craft, Inc. Meggitt Services & Support www.MED-CRAFT.COM

MHI RJ Aviation Group Midwest Aero Support, Inc. Mingo Aerospace Moog Inc. MTI Aviation, Inc. MTU Maintenance

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N Navhouse Corporation NEDAERO Netherlands Pavilion Next Aero Concept NORDAM North Bay Aviation NYCO

O Oakenhurst Aircraft Services Ltd Ocean Air, Inc. Oklahoma “MRO Capital of the World” Olympus Europe Ontic Orolia



P Panasonic Avionics Corporation

PartsBase, Inc Paz Aviation

Pentagon 2000 Software, Inc. Perform Air International, Inc.

PhotonFirst Technologies BV Plane Care Solutions - MRO Poente Technical - SkyPlus Maintenance / Pole Air Aviation PPG Aerospace Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney n Pratt & Whitney develops game changing and patented technologies, such as the GTF™ engine, for current and next generation aircraft. Pratt & Whitney EngineWise® solutions represent our commitment to optimizing engine performance. By sharing technical expertise, business intelligence and applying new developments in data analytics, Pratt & Whitney is helping passenger and cargo operators improve engine predictability and reliability. Pratt & Whitney’s portfolio of smart, straight-forward solutions, which include customizable workscopes and payment plans, is tailored to address customers’ evolving business needs throughout the industry recovery and beyond. Precision Fabricating & Cleaning Company, Inc. Precision Measurement Inc. Professional Aircraft Accessories


Proptech Aero Ltd PTC

Q Qualitair Aviation Group

R RBC Aerospace


RECAERO Regent Aerospace Corporation Regional Airline Support Group Regional One, Inc. Reheat Aero Ltd

Relli Technology, Inc. Repairtech International, Inc. Revima Group Rexnord Aerospace Rheinland Air Service GmbH

Roeder Component Service Center GmbH Rotabull ROTAFILO Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre

Rubb Buildings Ltd


At Lufthansa Technik, we cultivate a close relationship with our customers and partners. We put ourselves in their shoes. Not for a short hop, but for the long haul. This attitude, combined with excellent engineering quality, enables us to tackle the toughest demands – and often exceed them. We foster strategic partnerships that make us even quicker in anticipating our customers’ needs. Because we believe the future of aviation is in cooperation. BA RBA RA LORE NZ • CU STOME R P ROG RA M MA N AG E R


We are your engine experts Our people make the difference. We are passionate. We are dedicated. We marry engineering with intelligent creativity. And we never give up unless an optimal solution has been found. As the global market leader in customized solutions for aero engines, MTU Maintenance supports you with the right product across the lifecycle of your engine. From innovative maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, to integrated leasing and asset management. Contact us and find your solution today.

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Sabena technics SAMCO Aircraft Maintenance Satinox Assemblage

SATORI Satys Saywell International Scandinavian Avionics Schaeffler Aerospace Schwarzmann

Seal Dynamics LLC Setna iO Shou Solution SITA SK Aerosafety Group SKF Aerospace SkySelect - Complete Purchasing Automation Skyways Technics A/S

Spirit AeroSystems Aftermarket Solutions n Spirit AeroSystems Aftermarket Solutions is a global company that specializes in complex composite and metallic aerostructures. We offer a broad portfolio (repair, overhaul, modifications, parts supply, exchange, lease and repair management) on engine nacelles, thrust reversers, hydraulics, flight controls, landing gears and electrical wiring on most major aircraft. Our engineering network is ready to work in collaboration with you to keep your aircraft where they belong. In the air.

Smart145 MRO Software

Smiths Advanced Metals SNA – Snap-on Industrial Sovam Spairliners Spantech International

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SPECTO Aerospace bv Spirit AeroSystems Aftermarket Solutions SR Technics Switzerland Ltd STAHLWILLE Eduard Wille GMBH & Co. KG StandardAero

StandardAero n 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.

Sterling Global Aviation Logistics STS Aviation Group Sud Ouest Affutage Summit Aerospace SUNAERO SwedAero





TAT Technologies Ltd. n Established in 1969, TAT Technologies Group is a global provider of cutting edge commercial and defense OEM and MRO solutions. We partner with our customers to design, develop, manufacture and service the following: • Aerospace thermal management solutions • Environmental control systems • Landing gears • Auxiliary power units • Engine fan blades and vanes • Accessories Our services are customized, cost effective and delivered within a short turnaround time. Some of the world’s leading OEMs, airlines, air forces and defense organizations rely on us to ensure effective operation of their fleets and mission critical systems. T.T. Repairs TAG Aero TALA powered by Rotra Taqtile, Inc TARMAC AEROSAVE TDA TEAM, Inc./TIAT TECHMAN HEAD Testek Solutions

TESTIA, an Airbus company TFDI Consultant Total Technic Ltd. TP Aerospace Triumph Group, Inc.





Vertical Aerospace

VAS Aero Services n VAS Aero Services is a leading provider of aftermarket services in the aviation industry. VAS sources, warehouses, and markets components across a broad range of aircraft and engine platforms and provides related services to airlines, MROs and OEMs globally. VAS’ strategic partnerships and superior quality create competitive advantages in the aftermarket. These relationships provide valuable technical knowledge and access to surplus materials. VAS is an aftermarket distributor for The Boeing Company, Hamilton Sundstrand, Satair, Honeywell Aerospace, and others. In addition, VAS is a preferred supplier to leading airlines worldwide. Our global network manages over $3 Bn of aerospace products. Video Refurbishing Services (VRS) Volo Aero MRO VSE Aviation

TOMORROW’S MAINTENANCE SOLUTIONS. AVAILABLE TO YOU TODAY. ADVANCING THE PERFORMANCE, RELIABILITY AND HEALTH OF YOUR ENGINES. Pratt & Whitney’s complete EngineWise® service platform combines predictive technologies, tailored solutions and shared expertise to deliver unprecedented levels of support to your fleet. Reducing your costs and providing greater insights – it’s how we help you operate your engines worry-free.



VSE Aviation n VSE Aviation, including the former 1st Choice Aerospace, provides a global distribution network of OEM avionics, engine parts & accessories, landing gear 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/high-temp pneumatics, fuel, electrical & electronic accessories, crew seats, O2 and cargo systems.

W W.S. WILSON CORPORATION Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Washington State Department of Commerce West Coast Industries, Inc WGI MRO Services Willis Lease Finance Corporation WiN MS Woodward

Willis Lease Finance Corporation n 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, in addition to aircraft storage, disassembly, and maintenance offered at its facility at Teesside International Airport (UK).

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leased engines or aircraft? Keep your asset prepared, protected, and ready to fly. Willis Asset Management provides global engine and aircraft transition management solutions to meet your unique needs. Our award-winning, independent consultancy is focused on providing remote solutions to help mitigate against the risks of planned – and unplanned – asset transitions. Ask about our aircraft disassembly and aircraft maintenance & storage solutions at Teesside International Airport in the UK! OUR REMOTE CAPABILITIES INCLUDE: ✔ Technical records management ✔ Aircraft & engine lease return support ✔ Periodic records inspections ✔ Back-to-birth trace reviews on LLPs ✔ Records systems maintenance ✔ CAMO & shadow CAMO services ✔ Part 145 maintenance services Willis Engine Repair Center (UK & US locations) | +44 (0) 1656.754.777 |

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Aero-Engines Americas January 26-28, 2022 Miami, Florida

Aero-Engines Europe December 1-2, 2021 Stavanger, Norway MRO Latin America February 9-10, 2022 Mexico City, Mexico

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Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance Americas

Upcoming MRO Events We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming MRO/Engine Event! Learn more at

MRO Middle East Februay 22-23, 2022 Dubai, UAE

MRO Americas April 26-28, 2022 Dallas, TX


Military Aviation Logistics & Maintenance Symposium April 27-28, 2022 Dallas, TX Engine Leasing, Trading & Finance Europe June 7-8, 2022 London, UK

Baltics, Eastern Europe & Russia

MRO Asia-Pacific September 20-22, 2022 Singapore

June 15-16, 2022 Istanbul, Turkey MRO Europe October 18-20, 2022 London, UK