StandardAero Unites Mobile Service Team (MST) and Dallas Airmotive’s F1RST Support Field Service Team Under New Look

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – April 11, 2022 – StandardAero has released a new look for its global Mobile Service Team (MST) that has grown to more than 100 team members with the acquisition of Dallas Airmotive’s F1RST Support field service team.  Now integrated under the StandardAero brand, MST continues to deliver on-site and AOG engine support to general aviation, business aviation and helicopter engine customers when and where they need it most, but on a bigger scale than before.

The refreshed StandardAero MST brand and unified organization is a direct result of StandardAero’s efforts to continue to grow service offerings that provide value to its customers.

“We’re excited to see the continued success this newly united MST will achieve and the value the team’s members will provide our customers in this expanded service network,” said Jeff Turner, VP of StandardAero’s Service Network.  “The integration of StandardAero with other world-class aircraft MRO service organizations adds capabilities our customers not only need but demand from us as an industry leader.”

StandardAero’s MST technicians stand ready for dispatch to aircraft operators around the world, where customers can rely on expert support services for their aircraft, including AOG and technical support, troubleshooting, engine removal and reinstallation, borescope inspections, line maintenance and more.

“When you see our vehicles and technicians bearing the StandardAero MST brand, you’ll know your aircraft is in good hands,” Turner said.

StandardAero’s MST support mission is to provide rapid-response, expert technical services that ensure aircraft are returned to service as soon as possible.  Using the latest in technology enables StandardAero’s MST to capture customer’s unique needs and requirements and swiftly deploy mobile service technicians to their aircraft’s location for support.

“Key to our rapid response capability is how customers can get in touch with our mobile service managers,” Forrest Moore, Director of StandardAero’s Mobile Service Team said.  “We encourage aircraft operators to download our myStandardAero app to request MST support or visit”

StandardAero’s global MST provides support to customers operating Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A, PT6T, PW100, PW200, PW300, PW500 and JT15D engines, Honeywell TFE731, HTF7000 and CFE738 engines, and GTCP 36, RE100 and RE220 APUs, GE CF34, CT7 and T700 engines, Rolls-Royce M250, RR300, BR710, Tay, Spey and AE 3007 engines, and Safran Arriel 1 and 2 engines.  Airframe and avionics support is also available for select airframe models and avionics products.

Operators can download the myStandardAero app from their Google or Apple device’s app store or visit if in need of MST support.  For more information about StandardAero’s MST support or other StandardAero services and capabilities, visit

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. For more information about StandardAero, go to