Feb 20, 2018, 15:40 PM
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Honeywell Authorises H+S Aviation for TFE731 Line Maintenance Capability, renews GTCP 36 Series APU maintenance authorisation for additional five years
Portsmouth, UK – H+S Aviation, a BBA Aviation Global Engine Services company, is proud to announce its expanded support capability for TFE731 engine operators in the EMEAI region after gaining OEM authorisation for line maintenance on the Honeywell engine series. In addition, Honeywell has granted H+S Aviation’s heavy maintenance authorisation renewal for the GTCP 36 Series APU program until 2023.
With H+S Aviation’s recent authorisations and sister company Dallas Airmotive’s heavy maintenance authorisation for the TFE731, operators with aircraft powered by the Honeywell TFE731 engine and APU can look to the BBA Aviation Global Engine Services companies’ comprehensive maintenance capabilities and expertise to maintain their aircraft engines around the globe.
“H+S Aviation has strengthened Dallas Airmotive’s ability to support MPI and CZI work scopes for both MSP and non-MSP operators in the region,” Mark Stubbs, Chief Commercial Officer of Global Engine Services said. “As one team, we have the combined capability to service GTCP 36 Series APUs and TFE731 engines specifically in EMEAI, providing Customers with a proven, expert team to continue supporting them.”
Furthermore, Stubbs said that with past TFE731 authorisations dating back over 36 years and with consistent renewals for lines like the 36 Series GTCP APU, it proves that the OEM trust both H+S Aviation and Dallas Airmotive to continue providing quality engine maintenance services to Honeywell-powered aircraft operators. H+S Aviation’s authorisation for the TFE731 engine line maintenance in the Europe, Middle East, Africa and India region allows for quick-turn service and support in the field, where it matters to their Customer base the most.
“Our field support network is one of the largest and most respected in the industry with technicians that have an average of 20 years of engine experience,” Stubbs said. “Customers operating around the world tell us that a strong field service team is required to continue aircraft operations optimally, and it’s our goal to continue delivering on that need, in addition to performing heavy maintenance on their engines.”
H+S Aviation and Dallas Airmotive have dedicated field service staff ready to assist from 27 dispatch locations around the world. BBA Aviation’s Global Engine Services companies are backed by more than 50 field service personnel and growing, 2 heavy maintenance / overhaul facilities including state-of-the-art testing centres and 9 regional turbine centres for quick-turn services around the globe. For more information about H+S Aviation’s added capabilities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
H+S Aviation and Dallas Airmotive have delivered world-class turbine engine service and support to the aviation industry for more than 80 years. The companies have established a global engine network through OEM authorisations in order to provide comprehensive services and support for engines powering the majority of the world’s B&GA and rotorcraft fleets. The network includes engine MRO centres in Portsmouth, UK and Dallas, Texas, as well as 9 regional turbine centres throughout the world. This extensive network is supported by the aviation industry’s largest field support team, including more than 50 field personnel. For more information, please visit HSaviation.co.uk or DallasAirmotive.com.