SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – May 24, 2022 – Following its recent acquisition of Global Engine Services (GES), StandardAero has now completed the first stage of building a new Mobile Service Team (MST) to support its customers in the UK and the EMEAI region. Combining the experience of H+S Aviation’s UK-based Regional Turbine Centre (RTC) and StandardAero’s existing local capabilities in the UK, France and the Netherlands, the MST will deliver expanded on-site engine support to business aviation customers when and where they need it most.
StandardAero’s MST teams in the UK and Europe are on standby to deploy around the clock, thus providing the customer with the confidence that they can rely on expert support services for their aircraft when they need it most. Services provided include AOG and technical support, troubleshooting, borescope inspections, engine removal/reinstallation, and line maintenance.
Commenting on the news, Simon Jones, Managing Director of StandardAero UK, said: “We are excited to bring together these well-respected teams to further bolster our support of operators across the EMEAI region. Our service experts have remained in strong demand thanks to the robustness of the region’s business and general aviation market, and StandardAero’s expanded MST capabilities will ensure that we remain the trusted name in support as the EMEAI economies continue to move out of the pandemic.”
StandardAero’s EMEAI MST/RTC team provides support to business aviation customers operating Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A, PW300, PW500 and JT15D engines, Honeywell TFE731 and HTF7000 engines, and Honeywell GTCP 36-100/150 auxiliary power units (APUs).
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. StandardAero is owned by global investment firm Carlyle.