Dallas Airmotive to Begin Final Stages of Construction on its MRO & Test Center Campus on DFW Airport

LAS VEGAS, Nevada – November 17, 2015 – Dallas Airmotive announced today that it expects to receive the certificates of occupancy for its new MRO & Test Cell Campus at DFW Airport in January 2016. This new campus features a 220,000 square foot turbine maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility as well as a 30,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art test center that houses six test cells for turbofan, turboprop, and turboshaft engines.

Mark Stubbs, Dallas Airmotive Chief Commercial Officer, explained that these certificates will allow the company to begin the final stages of construction and they can begin transferring people and equipment to the new location during the first half of 2016. “This campus represents the future of Dallas Airmotive and our commitment to delivering world class turbine engine service and support to our customers.”

The new MRO facility will house multiple engine product lines for Business & General Aviation (B&GA) and rotorcraft. Dallas Airmotive will also centralize its component repair and overhaul business in the new facility.

The company’s new test center features customized data acquisition software and an optimized layout designed for efficiency and quick turnaround times. “This is a state-of-the-art test center that was designed for speed, flexibility and adaptability. When it is running at full capacity, we will be able to test up to 12 engines a day,” stated Stubbs.

Dallas Airmotive is exhibiting at NBAA 2015 on Booth N3505. Stop by the booth to see a scale model of its new campus along with video highlights from the construction process.


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