Site: Tilburg, Netherlands
Business Unit: Commercial Aviation, Government & Military
Location: Kranenberg 2, 5047 TR Tilburg
Main Phone: 31.135728572
StandardAero’s European Service Center is located in Tilburg, Netherlands. In operation since 1990, more than 3,000 engines have been processed through the 51,666-square foot facility. StandardAero’s EASA 145 Approved Maintenance Organization (also holding FAA and TCCA approvals) in the Netherlands provides:
- Full maintenance and repair (Service Center)
- Field service support for PW100, PT6A, PW600, CF34 series and T56 series
- QEC capability for PW125B, PW127B, as well T56
- Full in-house repair capability on PW100 and PT6A fuel, air and oil accessories
- Rental and storage solutions for PW100, PT6A, PW150, CF34 and CFM56 engines.
- Program management for long-term contracts for government and civil operators
- Extensive experience with supporting Governmental and Military operators, in addition to regional airline operators and aircraft OEMs, our Service Center has
- Repair capabilities on modules of the Rolls-Royce Gem 42 turboshaft engines of the Westland Lynx helicopters for German Bundeswehr since 1991
- Repair capabilities on modules of the Rolls-Royce T56 engine and the Propeller for the C-130 for Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNAF) since 2013
Program Management. The focus of StandardAero’s program management activities is to assist airline maintenance personnel with forecasting, scheduling, spares planning and cost analysis. On of our Customer Program Representatives will work closely with you to determine the type of maintenance schedule that will most effectively lower your direct operating costs while increasing your mean time between removals. Your Customer Program Representative will conduct regularly scheduled program review meetings with you to determine what your removal drivers are and to let you be a part of our repair development strategy.
Reliability Centered Maintenance. The Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) program will evaluate an operator's fleet with the goal of decreasing maintenance and operational costs. This is an analysis of operator workscopes, material issues, ITT margin and engine failures. We will then use the results of this analysis to advise our customers on preventative maintenance and operational actions that will optimize maintenance cost over the term of the program or aircraft ownership.
Customer Reporting. To help you better understand the maintenance performed on each engine, StandardAero will provide you with detailed engineering reports to give you the complete picture of your engine maintenance. These reports include reasons for removal, workscope, teardown findings, pictures of major parts and corrective actions taken.
Dedicated Field Service. StandardAero provides complete field service support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our teams are strategically based out of Europe and Canada to serve our customers around the globe. Field service capabilities include full engine borescope inspections, fuel nozzles changes, LP Impeller blending, hot section repairs including CCIL and CCOL replacements, Breather shaft replacement, RGB-change, Hot Section Inspection (HSI), line maintenance and QEC support and troubleshooting.
Rental Engine Support. StandardAero has a rental engine pool available to support our customers during both scheduled and unscheduled events; alternatively, a dedicated rental engine can also be provided to our TEAM customers.
Accessory Service Center. StandardAero began servicing fuel nozzles in 1998, and since then, the in-house capabilities have expanded to cover all PW100 fuel- and oil-related accessories. An accessory pool is available for customer use, as well.