Posted on: 11 June 2019 by Glenn Sands
AerFin, one of the leading global specialists in providing aftermarket support solutions to the aviation industry, has been granted EASA Part 145 maintenance organisation approval certification for its engine MRO services at its UK facility.
The approval will allow AerFin’s capabilities to increase to include engine piece part component inspections, testing, certification, borescope inspections and engine module swaps, so complementing the company’s existing engine disassembly capabilities.
AerFin’s CEO, Bob James, stated: “Securing EASA Part 145 was a natural progression for the business bringing the deserved recognition to AerFin’s exceptional quality of product and customer service. The market is facing significant engine MRO capacity challenges and EASA 145 accreditation underpins our strategy for growth which will see AerFin bring significant added value through engine MRO services to CFM56-5B, -7B, -5C4, CF34 and the RB211 product lines. We’re looking forward to further serving our expanding customer base with engine MRO product development.”
AerFin has seen substantial growth this year with its product range increased to include a wide spectrum of products for regional, narrowbody and widebody aircraft. As well as the general trading of parts and engines, the company now has the capability of sub-leasing entire aircraft.